Conference Outline*

All times are Indonesia Central Time Zone (UTC+8)

Thursday, June 29, 2023Friday, June 30, 2023Saturday, July 1, 2023
All sessions on Thursday will be held Online

11:00-11:10: Welcome and Opening Remarks

11:10-12:50: Online Parallel Presentation Session 1
Room A | External Influences on Peace and Development
72106 Baloch Nationalism and Peace Interval, 1977-1988: Analysing the Role of Internal and External Factors
72579 Characterization of the Partnership for Development Between ASEAN and Chile
71865 A Study on Interaction Between Land ASEAN States and China After the Cold War – Centered on the GMS Mechanism

Room B | Societal Peacebuilding and Cooperation
70819 Youth in Bangladesh and Future Opportunities
70595 Cooperation among Environmental Organizations in an Illiberal Regime: The Case of Hong Kong
72404 The Trend of Betonamujinron Research in Japan: Implications for Mutual Cultural Understanding and Policy
71866 Inclusive Shame for Peaceful Coexistence: Historical Reconciliation with Reciprocal Non-domination in Northeast Asia

12:50-13:05: Break

13:05-14:45: Online Parallel Presentation Session 2
Room A | Geopolitics and Security
72950 Analyzing Bangladesh’s Indo-Pacific Outlook
72087 The US-China Rivalry in the Maritime Domain: The Case of South China Sea
72082 German Security and Energy Policy and Its Change in Ukraine War
72049 Securitization and Regional Strategy: The Role of Non-traditional Security in China’s Track 2 Diplomacy in Southeast Asia

Room B | E-democracy
72048 Denunciation in the Xi Jinping Era: An Analysis of State-Society Relationship
72080 “Fake News” Through the Lens of the State: A Thematic Analysis and Illustration of the Non-decision by the Duterte Administration
72068 Consolidating People’s Voices for Participation in National Elections: An Assessment and Bridging of Identified Gaps Through ICT Initiatives
72078 From the Screen to the Ballot Box: Comparative Experiences of Electoral Disinformation on Social Media in Southeast Asia

14:45-15:00: Break

15:00-16:40: Online Parallel Presentation Session 3
Room A | Porous Borders and People
71684 Buoyancy: The Cross-border Online Gambling Linkages Between China and the Philippines
71875 Contesting Humanity: COVID 19 and the Precarity of Rohingya Refugees
72057 Examining the Role of Civil Society Organizations on ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights Agenda-Setting: Projecting a Post-Pandemic Trajectory
72065 Liberal Convergence or Differential Exclusion? Path Dependency in Migration Policy

All sessions on Friday will be held onsite at Merdeka Tower Business Center (MTBC), Warmadewa College

08:00-09:15: Registration

09:15-09:45: Welcome and Opening Remarks | Main Hall

09:45-10:35: Keynote Address | Main Hall
Ibu Spica A. Tutuhatunewa, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia (online)
Bapak Muhammad Takdir, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia (online)

10:35-10:50: Coffee Break

10:50-12:30: Onsite Parallel Presentation Session 1
Main Hall | Panel: Political Dynasties and Democratization

Room 1 | E-democracy & Elections
71377 Democracy Under Threat: Post-Truth Politics and the Authoritarian Tendency in the Philippines
72054 Malay Politics and Social Media During the 15th General Election in Malaysia
72088 Understanding The Role of Indonesian Millennials in Digital Politics Participation Towards Simultaneous Election in 2024
71872 Indonesian Democratic Consolidation and the Challenges of Digitalized Electoral Democracy

Room 2 | Civil Society & Social Issues 1
72110 Legal traditions, Domestic Institution and International Cooperation
72107 Dealing with Dilemma: Thailand’s Policies Toward International Labor Migration
71848 Political Culture, Electoral Rules, and Patronage Politics in Korea

12:30-13:30: Lunch Break

13:30-15:00: Session 2: Featured Panel Presentation | Main Hall
Panel: ASEAN Varieties of Liberalism and Democracy
Roberto Dominguez, Suffolk University, United States (Chair)
Brendan Howe, Ewha Womans University, South Korea
Haruko Satoh, Osaka University, Japan
Christian Schafferer, Overseas Chinese University, Taiwan
Julio Teehankee, De La Salle University, Philippines

This panel is sponsored by the Rosenberg Institute

15:00-15:15: Coffee Break

15:15-16:55: Onsite Parallel Presentation Session 3
Main Hall | Panel: Weaving Social Fabrics: Legitimacy and Peace Building in Southeast Asia

Room 1 | International Governance
72062 Quantitative analysis of ICWC Bulletins on the Aral Sea
72109 Water Control and Management of Indus Basin Region from Colonial Period to Independent India and Pakistan
71858 Decline of Democracy – Do Indonesia and the Philippines follow the Global Trends and Patterns?

Room 2 | Civil Society and the Social Construction of Peace and Conflict
71854 Unveiling the Local-Turn in Peacebuilding: Exploring the Roles and Contributions of Bangsamoro Civil Society Organization in Mindanao Peacebuilding for the Common Good
71853 Words that Kill: Examining the Effects of Red Tagging and Violent Speeches on Human Rights and Democracy
72116 “Payapa means Panatag Shoal”: A Study on Perceptions of Peace in Masinloc, Zambales
71851 Re-thinking Values, Character and Citizenship Education for Civil Society and the Common Good

18:30-21:00: Conference Dinner | Prime Plaza Hotel Denpasar Room 3F
- 19:00-20:00: Keynote Address
Kao Kim Hourn, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Cambodia
- 20:00-20:30: Award Ceremony

All sessions on Saturday will be held onsite at Merdeka Tower Business Center (MTBC), Warmadewa College

08:15-09:00: Registration

09:00-10:40: Onsite Parallel Presentation Session 1
Main Hall | Panel: Business-Government Ties and Politics in Select Philippine Cities

Room 1 | Civil Society & Social Issues 2
71134 Housing Insecurity and Economic Development: A Case Study of Informal Settlements in Manila, Philippines
72111 Sewaka Dharma: The New Public Service Based on Balinese Local Wisdom Toward Good Governance in Denpasar City
72097 The Characteristics of Social Capital Among North Korean Defectors: Focusing on the Survey Data (2017-2021) of North Korean Defectors
71845 Human Security in Korea and Asia

Room 2 | Geopolitics
72075 The New Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific and India-Australia Relations
72047 Reconsidering Ostpolitik of Russia Foreign Policy and Japan Security Policy after the Emerging of Ukraine War 2022
71873 How to Avoid a Great Power War in the Indo-Pacific
71143 Cybersecurity in Sino-US Relations: Challenges, Cooperation, and Prospects

10:40-11:00: Coffee Break

11:00-12:40: Onsite Parallel Presentation Session 2
Main Hall | Panel: Thailand’s Deep South/Patani: Changing Dimensions of a Continuing Conflict

Room 1 | Women, Gender, and Participation
72060 Women’s Political Participation, Policymaking and Democracy in Indonesia
72102 Paradigm Shift in Gender Equality Development Policy in Thailand: Parity Versus Differences
72053 Women and Violence in Urban Spaces: Modalities, Spaces, Narratives

Room 2 | Security, Threats, and Securitization
71956 How Asian States Justify Suppression: Tracing Causal Flows from Societies’ Homogenizing Self-Perceptions to Securitized Ethno-Religious Minority Identity
72050 South Korea’s Threat Perception of North Korea: A Comprehensive Framework
72115 Enforcing Cyber Security Policy and Strengthening Countermeasures Against Cyber Terrorism in Indonesia
71869 The Reasons for the Resilience of Prayut Chanorcha’s Regime

12:40-13:40: Lunch Break

13:40-14:20: Keynote Address | Main Hall
Ambassador Elizabeth Buensuceso, Eminent Person of the Philippines to the HLTF on the Post-2025 ASEAN Community Vision

14:20-16:00: Onsite Parallel Presentation Session 3
Main Hall | Panel: International Studies in Asia
This panel sponsored by the World International Studies Committee (WISC)

Room 1 | Governance and Human Development
72774 - Legitimation Strategies and Liberal Mimicry in Autocratization: The Case of Cambodia
72093 Addressing the Challenges of Poverty within Human Development Peace Nexus Approach: The Case Study of Karangasem Regency, Bali Province, Indonesia
73199 Sustainable Community Development for Promoting Common Good: A Case Study of Sufficiency Economy Learning Center in Buriram Province, Thailand
72113 Policy Studies on Decent Work: What Should Indonesia Learn?

Room 2 | Sustainability and Resilience in a Glocalized World
72953 The Inconsistency of the Thai Government’s Human Resource Development System and Community Needs: A Case Study of the Reskilling and Upskilling Training Program for Indigenous Fishing Communities in Prachuab Khiri Khan, Thailand
72954 Transforming Thai-Laos Relations: The ASEAN Phenomenon and Border Development in Phayao Province
73117 Between Identity and Peacebuilding: A Case of Women’s Participation in Thailand’s Deep South Peace Process
This panel sponsored by Thailand's Academic Network on Social Development Administration (TANSDA)

16:00-16:45: Closing Session | Main Hall

*Please be aware that the above schedule may be subject to change.