Recent popularisation of smartphone application AyoPoligami stirs controversy over women’s rights in Indonesia.
Will moderate Islamic values stand against the onslaught of young radical clerics?
Why is democratic Jokowi returning to dictatorship style government under Suharto?
Local Indonesian ride-hailing app Go-Jek challenges the regional competitor Grab’s existing market share in Indonesia.
President Joko Widodo’s critics have left him with little choice but to take action to bring peace to Myanmar. Will other ASEAN states follow suit, or will Indonesia stand alone?
Bilateral relations between Indonesia and Vietnam are at an all-time high, but the unresolved issue of overlapping economic zones is turning the South China Sea into a dangerous place for Vietnamese fishermen.
After politicians rejected proposed changes to the election nominations, manoeuvres ahead of the 2019 Indonesian Presidential election are underway.
Relocating Indonesia’s capital will not relocate Jakarta’s existing problems. Joko Widodo’s administration needs to face these problems head-on.
Indonesia increases protection over their natural assets in the South China Sea. The move is part of Widodo’s two-pronged approach to dealing with China: court them for investment, but prepare the military for the worst.
Indonesia’s largest ever corruption scandal claims more government scalps. Nothing will stop the KPK from cleaning up Indonesia’s graft problem.