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Exclusive Discussion on Indonesia’s “Humanitarian Islam” and the Nahdlatul Ulama’s Geopolitical Engagement featuring General Secretary of the Supreme Council of Nahdlatul Ulama, K.H. Yahya Cholil Staquf

On July 16, 2021, USINDO and The Indonesia – U.S. Council on Religion & Pluralism (CRP) hosted an exclusive in-person discussion in Washington DC on July 16 featuring CRP Executive Board Member K.H. Yahya Cholil Staquf, General Secretary of the Supreme Council of Nahdlatul Ulama. The discussion was attended by 20 people, representing the public,…

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USINDO U.S. Graduate School 101 Series

Want to go to the United States for your next degree but not sure where to start?  USINDO has partnered with top U.S. universities to host interactive Zoom sessions for potential Indonesian graduate school students. During the series of these events, potential students are given the rare opportunity to interact directly with departments from a…

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Remembering Stanley Weiss

Stanley Weiss, 1926-2021 USINDO regrets to announce the passing of Stanley Weiss on August 26. Mr. Weiss was larger than life –  engaging, witty, and uplifting. His sense of purpose, deep interest in Indonesia, keen opinions and Op-Ed articles, and range of contacts all helped Indonesia be better understood in the U.S., our mission.  We…

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Virtual Farewell Reception and Discussion In Honor of H.E. Muhammad Lutfi

Cordially invites you to aVirtual Farewell Reception and DiscussionIn Honor of His Excellency Muhammad LutfiIndonesia’s Ambassador to the United StatesandMinister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Remarks by:Ambassador Sung KimActing Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian And Pacific Affairsand U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Please join us for this important virtual event to bid farewell to…

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Special Open Forum on U.S. Presidential Election: Outlook, Issues, and Significance of Domestic and Foreign Policy

USINDO held a Special Open Forum October 1 on the U.S. Presidential Election: Outlook, Issues, and Significance for Domestic and Foreign Policy, featuring distinguished panelists Casimir A. Yost (Senior Fellow at the Institute for Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University), and Dr. Jonah Blank (Senior Political Scientist, RAND Corporation). Both are former senior staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Outlook:…

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