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Supporting moderate Islam in Indonesia

Dr. Hans-Gert Pöttering engaging in political talks in Jakarta

Chairman of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), also former President of the European Union Parliament, Dr. Hans-Gert Pöttering, completed a series of visit in Indonesia from 28-30 April 2017. Dr. Pöttering attended KAS Conference of KAS Asia & Pacific team in Asia and Pacific region. During his trip, he was accompanied by Deputy Secretary General and Head of European and International Cooperation, Dr. Gerhard Wahlers. more…

Event Reports | May 9, 2017

Professional Ethics for Judges - Seminar and exchange for Indonesian judges

Professional Ethics for Judges - Seminar and exchange against corruption

Indonesia as the oldest democracy and the biggest Muslim country of the world faces great challenges in stabilization and consolidation of the democratic state. In the official “Corruption Perceptions Index 2016” Indonesia ranks at place 90 out of 176 counties and improved in comparison to 2014 where the island state reached place 107 in the overall ranking. The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung is supporting the path of democratic transition and development of the Indonesian democracy. more…

Event Reports | March 20, 2017

Between Vision and Reality

Perception of the ASEAN Economic Community in Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia

From KAS International Reports 1/2016 more…

Denis Schrey, Michael Winzer, Thomas Yoshimura | April 4, 2016

Between Vision and Reality

Perception of the ASEAN Economic Community in Thailand, Cambodia and Indonesia

On 22 November 2015, the ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) decided to form an economic community. The integration process thus initiated might unleash further growth potential in the already dynamic region. However, whether a regional consciousness or even a common regional identity will develop in the process, remains to be seen. more…

Denis Schrey, Michael Winzer, Thomas Yoshimura | International Reports | April 4, 2016

Change in Government in the World’s Largest Muslim Country

From KAS International Reports 10/2014: More than 190 million Indonesians were called to the polls in July to elect a new president. The winner is Joko Widodo, Jakarta’s former governor and a favorite of the media. In order to enforce his ambitious reform agenda parliamentary and political power within his party are required. Jokowi enjoys both of these only to a limited degree. more…

Dr. Jan Woischnik | October 29, 2014