Indonesia’s Position and Strategy in Agreement on Agriculture (AoA) Negotiation of the Doha Round and the Role of Domestic Interest Groups

Monograph Series: Strategic Issues of Indonesia International Trade Topics 2013   The role of domestic interest groups is crucial in determining a country’s position and its interest in international trade negotiations. This research mainly focuses on analysing the role of major domestic interest groups related to agricultural sector in Indonesia and how they articulate their […]

Analysis of Traditional Society Interests Related to Indonesian Position in the TRIPs Negotiations on the Doha Round to Establish National Law Reform Strategy

Monograph Series: Indonesia’s Strategic Topics In International Trade 2012 The Trade Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) is one of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreements. After the Agreement was finally agreed in 1994, there has been an expansion of issues in the TRIPs negotiation. After the Uruguay round, the TRIPs negotiation has developed […]

New-Protectionism in International Trade: Utilization of Environment Issues in Indonesia-USA Timber Trade

Monograph Series: Indonesia’s Strategic Topics In International Trade 2012 The research aims at elaborating the notion of environmental protectionism in trade practices as exemplified in the case of Indonesia-US timber trade relations. Under the Lacey Act amendment (promulgated in April 2010), entry to US timber market requires environmentally friendly certification making a barrier to Indonesia’s […]