dra. Evi Fitriani, M.A., Ph.D

NIP:
196812201997032001
Fakultas:
Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Politik
Organisasi:
Ilmu Hubungan Internasional
Pendidikan:
S3

Profile

Evi Fitriani is the head of the International Relations Department Faculty of Social and Political Sciences University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. She is the co-founder of the ASEAN Study Center, University of Indonesia. She also holds a position of the Indonesia's Country Coordinator of the Network of East Asian Think Tanks (NEAT). She helped established the master program on European Studies at the University of Indonesia and has been one of the peer-group in the program.

She was born in Bangka on 20 December 1968. Her professional education includes Bachelor of Arts in International Relation Studies from the International Relations Department, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia in 1992. She then received Master of Arts in Modern International Studies from the Institute of International Studies, Leeds University, the UK in 1994 under the British Chevening Award. She also obtained Master of Arts in Southeast Asia Studies Program from the Center for International Studies Ohio University the U.S. in 1995 with the Fulbright Scholarship. She accomplished a PhD Program in Political Sciences and International Relations in the Crawford School of Economics and Government, the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, in 2011, supported by Australian Development Scholarship (ADS). In addition, Dr. Fitriani took some training programs in Upsala University (Sweden), the Central European University Budapest, Hungary, and University of Indonesia. She carried out research in Japan, China, the Netherlands, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Australia. Her research interests include Indonesia's foreign policy, ASEAN, Asian regionalism, Indonesia relations with Australia, Indonesia-Malaysia relations, precolonial Southeast Asia, border studies, European Union (EU) and EU-Asia relations. She has also become speakers for those issues in various regional and international conferences and workshops. She has published journal articles, books, working papers, and newspaper opinions on those issues. Her publication includes Fitriani, Southeast Asians and the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM): State’s interests and Institution’s Longevity, (ISEAS Singapore, 2014); Fitriani, ‘Europe and Southeast Asia: The Nature of Contemporary Relations’ in Erixon & Srinivasan (Eds.), Europe in Emerging Asia, (Rowman & Littlefield, London, 2015); Fitriani, ‘Yudhoyono’s Foreign Policy: is Indonesia a rising power?’ in Aspinal, Mietzner & Tomsa, (Eds.), The Yudhoyono Presidency: Indonesia’s Decade of Stability and Stagnation, (ISEAS, Singapore, 2015); Fitriani, 'ASEAN and EU Cooperative Culture in the Asia-Europe Meeting', in Telo, Fawcett and Ponjaert, Interregionalism and the European Union: A Post-revisionist approach to Europe’s place in a changing world, (Ashgate, London, 2015); Fitriani, ‘The Impact of the EU Crisis on EU-ASEAN Relations’, Geopolitics, History, and International Relations, Vol. 6, No.1, 2014; Fitriani, ‘Asian perceptions about EU in Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM)’, Asia Europe Journal, Vol. 9 No. 1, 2011. She has received more than ten international grants and scholarships.

Previously, Dr. Fitriani served as the Head of International Office of the University of Indonesia, Secretary of the University's Senate, and member of the University's Task Force on Autonomy.