A Pancasila discussion
J Scott Younger
International chancellor at President University
PREMIUM Pancasila Day is a time to reflect on how we are faring, which is what some of us by chance found ourselves doing on June 1. Where are we on infrastructure, education, food production, logistics, urbanization, ASEAN and global issues and so on? What Indonesia has managed over seven decades is quite astonishing against a background of large global changes fueled first by competing ideologies sur...
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