12 min

Natalie Sambhi x Generals gaining ground: Civil-military relations and democracy in Indonesia The Readout

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What does an expanded role of the military in civilian government mean for Indonesia's next government, and how does this affect Australia’s development assistance and support of democratic institutions in Indonesia? Founder of Verve Research and Non-Resident fellow at Brookings Institution Natalie Sambhi explains how civil society and trust in public institutions play a crucial role in strengthening democracy in Indonesia, as we explore her article ‘Generals Gaining Ground: Civil-military Relations and Democracy in Indonesia.’
Read Natalie’s article for Brooking’s here: https://www.brookings.edu/articles/generals-gaining-ground-civil-military-relations-and-democracy-in-indonesia/

The Readout is the Development Intelligence Lab's podcast hosted by CEO Bridi Rice. Each episode, you'll meet one development leader, hear their big idea and discover how it can shape the future of Australian development assistance.
Visit Development Intelligence Lab for cracking analysis on Australian development cooperation:
https://www.devintelligencelab.com/our-analysis
The Readout is recorded and produced on Ngunnawal and Ngambri lands.
Music by Viljami Mehto. Support and editing by Ruby St Ledger and Walter Colnaghi.

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What does an expanded role of the military in civilian government mean for Indonesia's next government, and how does this affect Australia’s development assistance and support of democratic institutions in Indonesia? Founder of Verve Research and Non-Resident fellow at Brookings Institution Natalie Sambhi explains how civil society and trust in public institutions play a crucial role in strengthening democracy in Indonesia, as we explore her article ‘Generals Gaining Ground: Civil-military Relations and Democracy in Indonesia.’
Read Natalie’s article for Brooking’s here: https://www.brookings.edu/articles/generals-gaining-ground-civil-military-relations-and-democracy-in-indonesia/

The Readout is the Development Intelligence Lab's podcast hosted by CEO Bridi Rice. Each episode, you'll meet one development leader, hear their big idea and discover how it can shape the future of Australian development assistance.
Visit Development Intelligence Lab for cracking analysis on Australian development cooperation:
https://www.devintelligencelab.com/our-analysis
The Readout is recorded and produced on Ngunnawal and Ngambri lands.
Music by Viljami Mehto. Support and editing by Ruby St Ledger and Walter Colnaghi.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

12 min

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