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Outlook #7: Green Investment: Balancing Economic Growth and Environmental Protection

Written by Ahmad Yasri Zaenuri (Public Relations), Sharon Felicia Davidson (External Events), and Priya Danuputranto (Protégé) FPCI Chapter UI Board of 2023 Green Investments: A Closer Look at Indonesia’s Progressive Approach The emphasis on addressing climate change is widespread across Indonesia. The significant risk faced by the younger generation is becoming increasingly apparent. Climate change influences …

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Outlook #6: Plastic’s Travel: How Waste Flows Across Borders

Written by Arthur Farellio H.P., Natasha Fazilla P.N., and Stefanie Gloria Research and Analysis Division FPCI Chapter UI Board of 2023 Globalization has allowed for the transfer of trade and culture across nations. This interconnectedness also results in the disposal of wastes from More Economically Developed Countries (“MEDCs”) to Less and Middle-Income Economically Developing Countries …

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Outlook #5: Quran Burnings in Sweden: Free Speech Gone Too Far?

WWritten by Larasati Hidiaputri, Natasha Fazilla P.N., and Naufal Qinthara Rasyad Research and Analysis Division FPCI Chapter UI Board of 2023 During the first day of Eid al-Adha on the 28th of June of 2023, a man started a demonstration and burned the Holy Quran in front of the Grand Mosque of Stockholm (Mannes & …

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Outlook #4: Pakistan’s Crisis: A Pandora’s Box of Global (In)security

Written by Larasati Hidiaputri, Naufal Qinthara Rasyad, and Stefanie Gloria Research and Analysis Division FPCI Chapter UI Board of 2023 Waves of Uncertainties in Pakistan Recently, Pakistan’s tumultuous political and economic landscape has garnered significant international attention, especially from the great powers, as Pakistan still struggles to ensure its people’s social welfare and map out …

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Outlook #3: Challenging the Dollar’s Dominance: BRICS and Pathways of De-Dollarization

Written by Bimo Bagaskara Indiputera, Debby Aurora Tionardy, and Michelle Calista Research and Analysis Division FPCI Chapter UI Board of 2023 In The global economy is undergoing significant changes due to the emergence of a new power center—the BRICS, consisting of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. They intend to reduce reliance on the …

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Outlook #2: Projecting India’s Resilience Against Global Economic Recessions Through the G20 Presidency

Written by Bernadete Elisabeth Dening Siregar, Bimo Bagaskara Indiputera, and Michelle Calista Research and Analysis Division FPCI Chapter UI Board of 2023 In October 2022, IMF lowered its 2023 global economic growth forecast because of the ongoing strain of the war in Ukraine, inflationary pressures and interest rate hikes by major central banks, and also …

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Outlook #1: Tantangan Pemerintahan Joko Widodo Menuju Keketuaan Indonesia di ASEAN 2023: Keketuaan Untuk Siapa?

Ditulis oleh Nino Nafan Hudzaifi, President of FPCI Chapter UI Board of 2020 Kepemimpinan Indonesia di Kawasan dan Rekam Jejak Keketuaan Indonesia Pada tahun 2023 ini, Indonesia kembali dipercaya untuk memegang keketuaan ASEAN dan akan memikul tanggung jawab dalam menyelaraskan Komunitas ASEAN yang lebih kohesif. Sebelumnya, Indonesia telah beberapa kali memegang estafet Keketuaan ASEAN pada …

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Outlook #4: Welcoming Northern Triangle Migrants Into the Land of Hopes and Dreams

Written by Celia Vanessa Hakim, Gracesya Eunike, and Sutra Setiara Ruslim Article 28 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized”. Unfortunately, not everyone is privileged enough to have this …

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Outlook #3 – Rise of Electric Vehicles: Analyzing Indonesia’s Accelerating Climate Ambitions Amid the G20 Presidency

Written by Gracesya Eunike, Louise Arashel Sibuea, and Thalia Franceska Prasetyo The world is on fire—both figuratively and literally. As we all know, the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has severely affected the two nations, hindered global economic growth, and strained relationships between each of them with other states. While the world has its eyes …

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Outlook #2: 2022 French Presidential Elections: Second Season of the Macron–Le Pen Duel

Written by Kenzie S. Ryvantya On Sunday, 10 April 2022, more than 35 million French citizens made their way to their local voting stations and casted their ballots in the 2022 presidential elections. After having been exposed to plenty of campaigns, rallies, and televised debates for the past few months, the French public will decide …

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