Remembering Indonesia’s Bloody Coup
October 02, 2015
Remembering Indonesia’s Bloody Coup
Fifty years ago this week Indonesia experienced one of the 20th century’s darkest moments.
Remembering Indonesia’s Bloody Coup
Papua’s Hidden Past Haunts Jokowi Presidency
January 24, 2015
Papua’s Hidden Past Haunts Jokowi Presidency
Will the Indonesian president's reform agenda address human rights concerns in the troubled province?
Papua’s Hidden Past Haunts Jokowi Presidency
Yudhoyono’s Checkered Legacy in Indonesia
October 18, 2014
Yudhoyono’s Checkered Legacy in Indonesia
The outgoing president brought stability, but left a great deal undone.
Yudhoyono’s Checkered Legacy in Indonesia
Indonesia: Lessons for the World
January 21, 2014
Indonesia: Lessons for the World
While the country faces multiple challenges, it is important to remember how far it has come.
Indonesia: Lessons for the World
Beyond The Act of Killing: Indonesia and the Price of National Unity
August 24, 2013
Beyond The Act of Killing: Indonesia and the Price of National Unity
A new documentary is inventive, but will not help Indonesia get to the truth of the 1965 killings.
Beyond The Act of Killing: Indonesia and the Price of National Unity
June 14, 2013
Shadow Puppets and Special Forces: Indonesia’s Fragile Democracy
Shocking violence in March reveals the dark side of power politics in Indonesia.
Shadow Puppets and Special Forces: Indonesia’s Fragile Democracy
A False Hope? Indonesia’s Economic Miracle
February 05, 2013
A False Hope? Indonesia’s Economic Miracle
Indonesia has made a remarkable economic comeback. Yet, its amazing growth is neither sustainable nor inclusive.
A False Hope? Indonesia’s Economic Miracle
Unburying the Past
August 03, 2012
Unburying the Past
While some nations in Southeast Asia turn away, Indonesia looks back on a tortured past.
Unburying the Past
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