After India Visit Obama Turn His Face to Jakarta Capital of Indonesia
Obama arrived on Tuesday on a world’s fourth most populous country and leave on Wednesday.It is a short visit of US president Barack Obama.
U.S. President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Indonesia on Nov. 9 and 10. he make his schedule to visit his birth place(Indonesia) Three times each time his trip has delay and after delay his trip has canceled due to some reasons.Peoples are disappointed with Obama, he delay his tour to visit his HOMETOWN(Jakarta) where he spent four years of his childhood.
Obama and his party promise to improve the U.S. image, Muslims community think that Obama is batter other US presidents, although Muslims are not so much happy with the U.S policy towards the Muslims world.
During the meeting,most of his talk on domestic issues, and he think that he help to make reformed Indonesian military, foreign investment assurance or the U.S. scholarship to Indonesian students. However, the world would benefit obama great meeting as it deals with three major issues.
Obama and Yudhoyono need to work like a partners to build his country and Muslims freedom and mutual respect. President Yudhoyone was very disappointed with extreme Western Islamophobia as a result of the wild freedom of press in Europe.
Yudhoyono should boost Obama to further advocate a partnership with Muslim communities across the whole world on the basis of mutual interest and respect of both fake worlds.Though there has been no powerful change in the US policy, Muslims leaders in the world have developed a soft corner for Obama. They believe that there has lees people in white house which are against the Muslims. Obama’s policy does not like as Bush was.
Both presidents may share the experience of getting out of a crisis from the whole world. Both leaders have many things common in there speech. During his administration, Yudhoyono proved himself to be a good crisis manager. He showed this shortly after his inauguration in 2004 in his first time following the tsunami in Aceh in 2004.
As a second Asian-African Summit after a gap of 50 years, as a promoter of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), as a peacemaker in Aceh, as host to the U.N. Conference on Climate Change in Bali in December 2007.