Program Launching: Indonesian Next Generation Journalist Network on Korea

FPCI proudly launches the Indonesian Next Generation Journalist Network on Korea in collaboration with the Korea Foundation. This is a platform for Indonesian journalists to increase their understanding and expand their networks on Indonesia-Korea Affairs. The program specifically aims to create a growing pool of dedicated journalists who share interests on Korean issues.

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What Makes the ASEAN’s TAC Tick? It’s the Wide Acceptance of the ASEAN Values and Principles Enshrined in It – Opinion by Calvin Khoe

When ASEAN was founded in August 1967, it was ostensibly for the purpose of economic and functional cooperation. However, the statements of the foreign ministers of the five original members—Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand—at the signing of the founding document, the Bangkok Declaration, hinted at an underlying objective: the survival of the member countries at a chaotic time in the region, as war raged in the Southeast Asian mainland.

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