US-INDONESIA: Obama begins rebuilding academic tiesThe Chronicle of Higher Education. But a "comprehensive partnership" to deepen relations between the two countries is steaming ahead, one that has as a critical tenet the expansion of higher-education ties.
At the recent G-20 summit meeting in Toronto, Obama announced that the United States would spend $165-million over the next five years on programmes to help strengthen higher education in Indonesia through educational exchanges and university partnerships. The two countries will also hold a higher-education summit next summer.
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