The 2nd New Southern Policy Forum

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A platform to discuss ways to enhance the synergy between New Southern Policy Plus Strategy and the ASEAN Comprehensive Recovery Framework

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Welcome remark by H.E. Lim Sungnam, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to ASEAN

Welcome remark by Dr. Park Bokyeong, Chairman of the Presidential Committee on New Southern Policy

Congratulatory remark by H.E. Lim Jock Hoi, Secretary-General of ASEAN

Congratulatory remark by H.E. Pengiran Hairani Pengiran Tajuddin, Permanent Representative of Brunei Darussalam to ASEAN

Session I

Dr. Julia Puspadewi Tijaja, Director for ASEAN Integration Monitoring, ASEAN Secretariat

Briefing on ASEAN Comprehensive Recovery Framework

Mr. Park Dahl, Director for Industry and Technology Cooperation, Presidential Committee on New Southern Policy

Briefing on New Southern Policy Plus Strategy

Session II

Dr. Yose Rizal Damuri, Head of Economics Department, CSIS Indonesia

Key Issues and Strategies for ASEAN’s Post Covid-19 Economic Recovery

Dr. La Meeryung, Research Fellow of Southeast Asia and Oceania Team, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy

Cooperation between ACRF and NSP Plus Strategy for Post Covid-19 Economic Recovery

Closing Remark by Dr. Philips J. Vermonte, Executive Director of CSIS Indonesia

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Organizer Centre for Strategic and International Studies

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The Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Jakarta is an independent, non-profit organisation focusing on policy-oriented studies on domestic and international issues. It was established in 1971. Our mission is to contribute to improved policy making through policy-oriented research, dialogue, and public debate. This is based on the belief that long-term planning and vision for Indonesia and the region must be based on an in-depth understanding of economic, political, and social issues, including regional and international developments.

CSIS research and studies are channeled in various forms as independent input to government, universities and research institutions, civil society organizations, media, and business. CSIS undertakes research in economics, politics and social change, and international relations, with topics selected on the basis of their relevance to public policy. Inter-disciplinary studies are encouraged. In the area of foreign policy, CSIS research is complemented and strengthened by its relations with an extensive network of research, academic, and other organizations worldwide.

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