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USINDO Summer Studies 2018 Post Program
USINDO Summer Studies 2018

Secretary Pompeo met with President Joko Widodo on August 05, 2018 at State Palace in Jakarta. (Photo: Tempo)

USINDO Jakarta-PADA MoFA Open Forum: "U.S. Policy toward Southeast Asia under President Donald Trump: Continuity or Change?", July 27, 2018

Executive Roundtable with Indonesia Higher Education and Research Minister Nasir - 5/22/2018

LPP Participants with Rep. David Price (D-NC), Ranking Minority Member, House Democracy Partnership

LPP Participants at U.S. Capitol Building



USINDO Jakarta Open Forum: A Political Update From Washington D.C. September 18, 2018

USINDO - PADA MoFA Open Forum: "U.S. Policy toward Southeast Asia under President Donald Trump: Continuity or Change?" July 27, 2018

Indonesia: The Journey Forward | A US-Indonesia Gala Business Dinner

USINDO, in partnership with AmCham Indonesia, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American- Indonesian Chamber of Commerce, and the US-ASEAN Business Council, held a Gala Business Dinner in conjunction with the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings on October 10 in Nusa Dua, Bali. With Indonesia: the Journey Moving Forward as the key theme, the Gala Dinner had a full-house audience with keynote speaker Vice…

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Looking Back at 2018 Summer Studies Program

2018 Summer Studies Program has just concluded in August. The USINDO Summer Studies Program has been our core educational program providing young Americans with in-country language and cultural experience in Indonesia. The rigorous 10-week program, conducted in Yogyakarta and Jakarta, includes intensive Bahasa Indonesia language class, volunteering, cultural workshops, special lectures, field-trips, and staying with a host…

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USINDO and US Chamber Special Event: Luncheon and Policy Address with Indonesian Minister of Trade, H.E. Enggartiasto Lukita

On July 24th, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and USINDO held a Special Event Luncheon with visiting Indonesian Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita. Minister Lukita was in Washington to discuss many current U.S.-Indonesia bilateral trade issues, including the trade imbalance between the US and Indonesia, Indonesia’s participation in the Generalized System of Preferences program, and other…

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