Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s energy investment plans have not yet materialised. One village is taking matters into its own hands.
What lessons has Widodo learnt from the ferocious gubernatorial election in Jakarta? Will his PDIP draw on them to help in the 2018 and 2019 elections?
Ahok has filed for divorce. It is the latest misfortune in a long string of unfortunate events for Ahok.
The fight against modern terrorism requires a modern approach. Indonesia’s Detachment 88 is at the forefront of the fight.
The Indonesian government disapproved of Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. But Israel-Indonesian trade undermines the response.
The Indonesian Constitutional Court rejected a petition to make gay sex illegal. But the gay community remains an easy target for Indonesian politicians.
Indonesia is catching up with other ASEAN nations. The Indonesian National Payment Gateway represents a landmark step in streamlining electronic payments.
Joko Widodo launched ambitious infrastructure projects to create his legacy. Now he may be ruining it.
Jakarta’s new governor used sectarian rhetoric in his inauguration speech. Indonesia risks returning to ethnic violence due to such politicking.
The nations’ adoption of fundamentalist Islam values brings them closer to extremism. Racial intolerance between communities has risen, and there is more trouble brewing.