Thursday, 17 March 2016

"Indonesia as A Maritime Axis: Challenges and Opportunities" Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, by Susi Pudjistuti

Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Susi Pudjiastuti known for his courage to combat illegal fishing vessels in Indonesia. His courage was apparently heard to Uncle Sam. More recently, the minister who is familiarly called Mrs. Cruz was asked to give a lecture at Harvard University.

He gave a lecture titled "Indonesia as A Maritime Axis: Challenges and Opportunities" at the John F. Kennedy School for Governance (JFKSG), Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Monday (03/07/2016) local time. In his lecture Susi explained the case of illegal fishing in Indonesia. She also explained about the firmness of the Indonesian government did not hesitate to blow up the ship fish thieves.

"Theft harm our fish up to Rp 260 trillion per year," Susi said in his lecture. "Our government is firmly against the fish thieves."

Lectures were given Susi is certainly enough to attract attention. Moreover, he was only a junior high school graduate and have to give a lecture to the students one of the top universities in the world.

However, Director of the Academy ASH Center, Harvard Kennedy School, Jay K. RosengÄrd, admitted to not bother with the educational background of Mrs. Cruz. According to all the students and other teachers did know about education Mrs. Cruz but never questioned it. For him, a person is not judged by whether or not the long title behind his name, but rather the ability of the person.

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