Strangers Next Door?: Indonesia and Australia in the Asian Century

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Tim Lindsey, Dave McRae
Bloomsbury Publishing, 22 Feb 2018 - 304 halaman
There are no two neighbouring countries anywhere in the world that are more different than Indonesia and Australia. They differ hugely in religion, language, culture, history, geography, race, economics, worldview and population (Indonesia, 270 million, Australia less than 10 per cent of that). In fact, Indonesia and Australia have almost nothing in common other than the accident of geographic proximity. This makes their relationship turbulent, volatile and often unpredictable.

Strangers Next Door? brings together insiders and leading observers to critically assess the state of Australia–Indonesia relations and their future prospects, offering insights into why the relationship is so important for Australia, why it is so often in crisis, and what this means for the future. This book will be of interest to anyone concerned with the Indo-Pacific region, Southeast Asia, Australia and Indonesia, and each country's politics, economy and foreign policy. It contains chapters that will interest specialists but are written in a style accessible to a general audience. The book spans a diverse range of subjects, including political relations and diplomacy, security and defence, the economy and trade, Islam, education, development, the arts, legal cooperation, the media, women, and community ties. Contributors assess the current state of relations in their sphere of expertise, and outline the factors and policies that could shape bilateral ties – and Indonesia's future – over the coming decades. University of Melbourne scholars Tim Lindsey and Dave McRae, both prominent observers and commentators on Indonesia and its relations with Australia, edited the volume, providing a synthesising overview as well as their own thematic chapters.
 

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Preface
Strangers Next Door?
A Rising Regional Neighbour of Increasing Importance
Perceptions and the Capacity to Persuade
Implications for Indonesia
Opinion Polling and Attitudes to the other
Bali Bad News and AustraliaIndonesia Relations
Prospects for the AustraliaIndonesia Defence Relationship
Papua as a Multilateral Issue for Indonesia and Australia
Ties that Rarely Bind
Our Man in Indonesia
The Artistic Nuance in AustraliaIndonesia
Taking on Australias Disinterest Ignorance
Women and the Bilateral Relationship
Education as a Bilateral
Australias Aid Relationship with Indonesia

How Asylum Seekers Keep Upsetting
Fear Stereotypes and Opportunity
Indonesia Australia and ASEAN
Human Rights Australia and Indonesia
Police Cooperation between Australia and Indonesia
A Prerequisite for a Healthy
Unbound
A Business Perspective
How Youth Programs and Organisations Build Links
Terminology
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Tim Lindsey is Malcolm Smith Professor of Asian Law, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and Director of the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society at Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne.

Dave McRae is Senior Lecturer at the Asia Institute, Faculty of Arts, The University of Melbourne; and an Associate of the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society at Melbourne Law School.

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