Indonesia’s oil industry has been at the centre of several recent disasters. As the industry seeks to recover losses, risk mitigation is no longer a priority.
The Indonesian Solidarity Party offers a break with the political establishment. But to secure its position as the party of the future, it must offer more than this.
The Indonesian government will host talks between Afghanistan and Pakistan. This conflict is beyond Indonesia’s peace brokering abilities.
The EU approved a draft to ban palm oil importation for use in biofuel. This will have damaging effects on Indonesian and Malaysian exports.
Religious fanatics continue to attack places of worship in Indonesia. The country’s prided religious tolerance is at stake.
General Prabowo Subianto is shaping up to become Gerindra’s 2019 candidate. His shrewd campaigning abilities make him a fearsome opponent.
The calls for Sharia law are getting louder. Its implementation risks creating empowering ISIS and promoting religious intolerance.
The MD3 law is the product of nervous politicians looking to escape the KPK’s net. In their escape, they are damaging Indonesian democracy.
Google announced it had invested into Go-Jek. Go-Jek has found a useful ally for the next stage of the Grab-Go-Jek war.
Indonesian politics is reserved for the wealthy and the elite. That could be about to change.