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Indonesia, a presidential democracy, is the largest Muslim-majority nation in the world and the fourth most populated on earth. It is also the largest nation in Southeast Asiaâ€”Indonesiaâ€™s archipelago of over 18,000 islands stretches the distance from Seattle to Boston. In this episode, Senior FellowÂ Jonathan StromsethÂ interviews Tom Pepinsky, a professor at Cornell University and nonresident Senior Fellow at Brookings, about democracy in Indonesia. The two discuss the history of Indonesiaâ€™s transition to democracy, the upcoming (in April) presidential election, the roles of Islam and the military, and relations between Indonesia and the United States. Subscribe to Brookings podcastsÂ hereÂ or onÂ iTunes, send feedback email toÂ BCP@Brookings.edu, and follow us and tweet us atÂ @policypodcastsÂ on Twitter. The Brookings Cafeteria is part of theÂ Brookings Podcast Network.
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2018 midterms: What forgotten Americans want from politics and policy
Isabel Sawhill, a senior fellow in Economic Studies at Brookings, addresses the economic, cultural, and political divisions in America today, and describes what she learned by talking with Americans in three cities about what they wantâ€”and donâ€™t wantâ€”from government. These discussions are the heart of her new book, â€œThe Forgotten Americans: An Economic Agenda for a Divided Nation,â€ in which she lays out a new agenda that â€œmarriesâ€ red state values about work, family, and education with blue state policies.Â Also in this episode, a new Metro Lens segment, featuring Metropolitan Policy Program senior fellow Mark Muro talking about a new factbook on the state of the American heartland. Subscribe to Brookings podcastsÂ hereÂ or onÂ Apple Podcasts, send feedback email toÂ BCP@Brookings.edu, and follow us and tweet us atÂ @policypodcastsÂ on Twitter. The Brookings Cafeteria is a part of theÂ Brookings Podcast Network.