Indonesia is a democratic archipelago nation that consists of 255 million people, 13,000 islands, separated into 34 different provinces. It is a resource-rich country with a demographic dividend and a growing economy. As a nation, Indonesia still relies heavily on fossil fuels as a primary component in both its energy and power mix.
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About halfway through NYU’s Center for Global Affairs orientation, Professor Thomas Hill had me hooked.
My career includes work for the United Nations on governance, anti-apartheid, and conflict prevention that took me to South Africa from 1992 to 1994 in the run-up to the election of Nelson Mandela and to many fragile and conflict affected countries over the past twenty-five years.