Tag Archive: Indonesia

Education Scholarships and the Indonesian Australian Relationship

Anna Kent

Deakin University

The following essay addresses two of three key questions presenters at a recent Australian Policy History Network event, focused on Historical perspectives on current policy challenges.

How would you see the specific focus of your research fitting within a longer-term pattern or process Read more »

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Balibo: Time to Move On

by David Fettling, PhD Candidate, The Australian National University (ANU)

 

Decades after their murder by Indonesian soldiers, the fate of the Balibo Five often is held up, implicitly or explicitly, as an encapsulation of supposed lessons of recent Australian foreign policy toward Indonesia. If this were true, Balibo’s continued prominence in Australian Read more »

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