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Christine S. Tjhin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Democratisation and civil society, Chinese Indonesian community and pluralism, Sino-Indonesian relations, Aceh reconstruction and peace
(1) Regional Co-coordinator of the ongoing program for 'Democratisation Assessment in Southeast Asia'. This project is a joint project with Institute for Security and Development Studies (ISDS), Manila, Philippines, as part of the ASEAN People’s Assembly (APA) initiatives;
(2) Program Coordinator of the 'Aceh Reconstruction and Peace Building Policy Assessment' program in cooperation with Aceh Recovery Forum and the European Commission.
(3) Assisting the establishment of the upcoming Contemporary China Centre - an areas focused wing of CSIS, Jakarta.
CSIS website: www.csis.or.id
|Address:||Jl. Tanah Abang III No. 23-27
Jakarta Barat, DKI Jakarta 10160
|Primary Phone:||(62-21) 386 5532-35|
|Fax Number:||(62-21) 384 7517, 380 9641|
|List Affiliations:||Former List Editor for H-Democracy
|Interests:||Asian History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Ethnic History / Studies
Political History / Studies
I was a program officer at the Indonesian Pluralism Institute (IPI), involved in developing training modules on pluralism and peace building for local activists.
Bachelor degree in Management from the Faculty of Economics, Tarumanagara University, Jakarta in 1998. Australian Development Scholarship for postgraduate studies at the Australian National University, Canberra in 1999 (MA in East Asian studies) in 2002.
Chapters in Books:
» In Indonesian. 2005. ‘[Indonesian Voters Behavior: From Traditional to Rational?]’ In [Direct Presidential Elections 2004: Documentation, Analyses and Critics]...
» 2004. ‘Ethnic Chinese & Indonesian democratic stage: A personal note’ In Budi dan Nalar: 70 Tahun Harry Tjan Silalahi ...
Articles in Journal:
» With Tommi A. Legowo 2005. ‘Problems of great magnitude lay before Indonesia’ The Indonesian Quarterly 33(1)
» With Tommi A. Legowo 2004. ‘Some lessons of the democratisation process: Post-legislative and pre-presidential elections’ The Indonesian Quarterly 32(2)
» With Tommi A. Legowo 2004. ‘2004 general elections: Complexities and prospects’ The Indonesian Quarterly 32(1)
» October 2005. Post Tsunami Reconstruction and Peace Building in Aceh: Political Impacts and Potential Risks...
» August 2005. Politics of humanitarian efforts in a plural Society and the role of the Chinese Indonesians in Aceh...
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