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
Is Jokowi Turning His Back on ASEAN?
September 07, 2015
Is Jokowi Turning His Back on ASEAN?
Compared with his predecessor, the Indonesian president has a very different foreign approach.
Is Jokowi Turning His Back on ASEAN?
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
April 29, 2015
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
Diplomatic blowback begins following the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran
Indonesia Executions Strain Ties With Australia
Singapore Launches New Asia Forum
April 14, 2015
Singapore Launches New Asia Forum
The Singapore Forum joins the growing list of regional dialogues.
Singapore Launches New Asia Forum
Jokowi’s Fall
March 05, 2015
Jokowi’s Fall
Once wildly popular, the Indonesian president has been hemorrhaging support. What happened?
Jokowi’s Fall
Is Indonesian Forestry Reform in Peril Under Jokowi?
February 13, 2015
Is Indonesian Forestry Reform in Peril Under Jokowi?
The disbanding of a key agency could threaten conservation efforts.
Is Indonesian Forestry Reform in Peril Under Jokowi?
Charlie Hebdo a ‘Clash of Values,’ Says Indonesia's Former President
January 15, 2015
Charlie Hebdo a ‘Clash of Values,’ Says Indonesia's Former President
Yudhoyono calls for limiting freedom to get past divide between Islam and West
Charlie Hebdo a ‘Clash of Values,’ Says Indonesia's Former President
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’s Papua Censorship Obsession
August 19, 2014
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
The arrest of two French journalists is part of a decades-old policy of preventing foreign media scrutiny.
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
August 04, 2014
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
An attempt by the Australian government to suppress details of a corruption case has backfired.
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
Is Jokowi’s Victory Good for Australia?
July 30, 2014
Is Jokowi’s Victory Good for Australia?
Canberra may have reason to be hopeful that relations will improve, but there are some concerns.
Is Jokowi’s Victory Good for Australia?
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
July 23, 2014
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
His presidency will face early challenges, meaning Joko will need to draw on his popular and regional support.
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
Indonesia: A Bigger Role in the South China Sea?
July 09, 2014
Indonesia: A Bigger Role in the South China Sea?
As Indonesia goes to the polls, the expectations of its international partners are growing.
Indonesia: A Bigger Role in the South China Sea?
Indonesia’s Elections: Promises and Policy Outcomes
July 03, 2014
Indonesia’s Elections: Promises and Policy Outcomes
The candidates are offering plenty of rhetoric, but can they actually deliver on their promises?
Indonesia’s Elections: Promises and Policy Outcomes
Australia: Mending Ties With Indonesia
June 09, 2014
Australia: Mending Ties With Indonesia
While Abbott and Yudhoyono take the first steps in repairing frayed relations.
Australia: Mending Ties With Indonesia
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
May 28, 2014
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
The return is a step towards the normalization of relations following last year’s spy scandal.
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
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