Indonesia is surging ahead with its electric vehicle program by opening the sector up to foreign investment. Will the new decision bring an electric revolution to the nation’s roads?
ASEAN was not hospitable to the Uyghur population when they arrived as refugees. But as the full extent of China’s mass incarceration policy comes to light, ASEAN nations have the opportunity to make amends.
The political rhetoric on display at the 212 Reunion rally held earlier this month put it in violation of campaign laws. But there will likely be no repercussions.
Recent terrorist attacks in Indonesia reminded the nation that the threat from terrorism is still alive. The US and Hong Kong are assisting Indonesia in the battle with its brand of violent terrorism.
2018 has been a tough year for Jokowi’s government. Recent disasters have provided the opposition with an opportunity to erode Widodo’s popularity.
Recent arrests in Indonesia show that the illegal sale of babies is still taking place in ASEAN. How can governments tackle a hidden problem that transcends ASEAN’s borders?
The Indonesian Vice-President has expressed his interest in Indonesia re-joining the TPP. Why the change of heart? Will it benefit Indonesian trade?
Outdated teaching techniques and government inaction leave Indonesia’s youth vulnerable to radicalisation. NGOs are doing all they can but cannot protect the nation’s youth on their own.
Six people died during a recent prison riot in Jakarta. The number of prisoners in Indonesia continues to increase. The country does not have enough cells. Something has to give.
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.