Geopolitics of Indonesia at the 'Ecole Superieure de Guerre' in Algeria

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

On February 24, 2011, the Indonesian Ambassador in Algiers, Ms. Yuli Mumpuni Widarso became a lecturer for the program of study at the 'Ecole Superieure de Guerre' on the Geopolitics of Indonesia, at the headquarters of the army Algerian land (equivalent SESKO Bandung), followed by 200 officers in Algeria. Campus School, located in Borj El Bahri (25 km from Algiers) buildings class solid, clean and tidy ready to facilitate various activities of study - education in this school. The Director of School, General Khourli Nouredine and all levels of academic and non academic staff welcomed the arrival of Ambassador with military procedures at the school yard. In a welcome briefing held in the lounge, the School has expressed his gratitude to Mrs. Ambassador for his willingness to accept an invitation to complete the curriculum of the School of Geopolitics of arrival is a milestone important for the first time the Ambassador of Indonesia to give a lecture on geopolitics of Indonesia.

The conference took place in one of the buildings that shaped amphitheater with a capacity of 200 seats filled by many school students and academic staff and was also attended by the principal who all listened with attention. The Indonesian Ambassador to the beginning of the course by describing the history of Indonesia gained independence from the guerrilla war and fighting as practiced by the nation of Algeria. In the struggle of Algerians during the period from 1956 to independence in 1962 from Algeria, the Indonesian National Army (TNI) has been assisting the Algerian guerrillas, at least with the "guerrilla science" from the classic book of the General. AH Nasution, the book became required reading in many schools of war worldwide. In addition, Indonesia has also provided diplomatic support to the struggle for Algerian independence Bandung in 1955 during the Afro-Asian Conference and the UN resolution on decolonization in 1960, which raised the question of colonialism in Algeria on the world stage.

The participants listened attentively to a communication that developed after the geopolitical map of Indonesia after the Second World War, the Cold War, the collapse of the Berlin Wall, followed by the emergence of the agenda of the democracy, human rights, corruption and religious fanaticism, terrorism, all of which must cope with Indonesia's wisdom, intelligence, and appropriate, in accordance with national interests of Indonesia and in accordance with active foreign policy that puts free and ASEAN as its main pillars. Attention is also expressed on the issues raised after the ambassador of Indonesia opened the question and answer session with a call to discuss, as this role could be played by Indonesia as as member of ASEAN and the Movement of the G-20 and various other multilateral fora to create a balanced regional and international levels, how the policy of Indonesian Government to address the problem of the Indonesian population is very large and how the Indonesian government's strategy in developing its economy to avoid a global financial crisis in 2008 and entered the G-20.

At the end of the conference, Ambassador presented a book titled Indonesian Business Guide 2010 - 2011 issued by PT. Independent Research & Advisory Indonesia (IRAI). On February 24, 2011, the Indonesian Ambassador in Algiers, Ms. Yuli Mumpuni Widarso became a lecturer for the program of study at the Ecole Superieure de Guerre on the Geopolitics of Indonesia, at the headquarters of the army Algerian land (equivalent SESKO Bandung), followed by 200 officers in Algeria. Campus School, located in Borj El Bahri (25 km from Algiers) buildings class solid, clean and tidy ready to facilitate various activities of study - education in this school. The Director of School, General Khourli Nouredine and all levels of academic and non academic staff welcomed the arrival of Ambassador with military procedures at the school yard. In a welcome briefing held in the lounge, the School has expressed his gratitude to Mrs. Ambassador for his willingness to accept an invitation to complete the curriculum of the School of Geopolitics of arrival is a milestone important for the first time the Ambassador of Indonesia to give a lecture on geopolitics of Indonesia.

The conference took place in one of the buildings that shaped amphitheater with a capacity of 200 seats filled by many school students and academic staff and was also attended by the principal who all listened with attention. The Indonesian Ambassador to the beginning of the course by describing the history of Indonesia gained independence from the guerrilla war and fighting as practiced by the nation of Algeria. In the struggle of Algerians during the period from 1956 to independence in 1962 from Algeria, the Indonesian National Army (TNI) has been assisting the Algerian guerrillas, at least with the "guerrilla science" from the classic book of the General. AH Nasution, the book became required reading in many schools of war worldwide. In addition, Indonesia has also provided diplomatic support to the struggle for Algerian independence Bandung in 1955 during the Afro-Asian Conference and the UN resolution on decolonization in 1960, which raised the question of colonialism in Algeria on the world stage.

The participants listened attentively to a communication that developed after the geopolitical map of Indonesia after the Second World War, the Cold War, the collapse of the Berlin Wall, followed by the emergence of the agenda of the democracy, human rights, corruption and religious fanaticism, terrorism, all of which must cope with Indonesia's wisdom, intelligence, and appropriate, in accordance with national interests of Indonesia and in accordance with active foreign policy that puts free and ASEAN as its main pillars. Attention is also expressed on the issues raised after the ambassador of Indonesia opened the question and answer session with a call to discuss, as this role could be played by Indonesia as as member of ASEAN and the Movement of the G-20 and various other multilateral fora to create a balanced regional and international levels, how the policy of Indonesian Government to address the problem of the Indonesian population is very large and how the Indonesian government's strategy in developing its economy to avoid a global financial crisis in 2008 and entered the G-20.

At the end of the conference, Ambassador presented a book titled Indonesian Business Guide 2010 - 2011 issued by PT. Independent Research & Advisory Indonesia (IRAI).