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    Indonesia's New President in the Context of a Broader 'Strong Leader' Movement

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    Join us for an analysis of the election in Indonesia and a wider discussion on research methods applied to elections in general.

    Our speaker is A/Professor Thomas R.Seitz from the University of Wyoming, in the School of Politics, Public Affairs and International Studies. 

    His first visit to Asia was in 1981 with the U.S. Navy, and he has returned nearly every year since. A two-time Fulbright scholar, he has taught at universities in Northeast and Southeast Asia, including Seoul National University and Diponogoro University in Indonesia. Seitz has published articles on foreign aid, democratization, nation building processes and security policy in European and Southeast Asian contexts, and a book on the relationship between development and security in U.S. foreign policy. 

    His current research explores cultural perspectives on democratization in Asia and on the objectives of Asian donors' development aid approaches. He received his Ph.D. from Cambridge and his M.A. from the University of Kent at Canterbury.

    This will be followed by a discussion and Q&A on research methodology.

    This is an in-person event hosted by th Graduate Research School


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