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What Is Happening at Indonesian State-Owned Pharmaceutical Company Indofarma?

What Is Happening at Indonesian State-Owned Pharmaceutical Company Indofarma?

By James Guild
The company has recently come under investigation for its involvement in a long list of fraudulent activities.

Central Sulawesi and Central Java Continue to be JI Strongholds

Central Sulawesi and Central Java Continue to be JI Strongholds

By Adlini Ilma Ghaisany Sjah
Jemaah Islamiyah remains the most active terrorist organization in Indonesia, even as its priority has shifted to preaching rather than conducting direct attacks.
Indonesia Should Embrace a New ‘Revolution’ in Military Affairs

Indonesia Should Embrace a New ‘Revolution’ in Military Affairs

By Iqbal Bagus Alfiansyah
The idea of "collaborative combat" could help integrate the country's military and prepare it to meet the challenges of the coming decades.

Germany Faces a Balancing Act in Engaging with Prabowo’s Indonesia

Germany Faces a Balancing Act in Engaging with Prabowo’s Indonesia

By Tim Hildebrandt and Christopher J. Godwin
The former general, who is set to assume office in October, will present a stiff test of Berlin's values-based foreign policy.

Indonesia’s Prabowo Meets With US Secretary of State Over Gaza

Indonesia’s Prabowo Meets With US Secretary of State Over Gaza

By Sebastian Strangio
Incoming leader Prabowo Subianto seems set to play a more active international role than the current president.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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Art Imitates Life in Indonesian Horror Film – But is Anyone Entertained?

Art Imitates Life in Indonesian Horror Film – But is Anyone Entertained?

By Aisyah Llewellyn
The hit film “Vina: Sebelum 7 Hari” drew its inspiration from the rape and murder of a 16-year-old girl in 2016, prompting accusations of bad taste.

Indonesia’s President Says New Capital On Track, Despite Resignations

Indonesia’s President Says New Capital On Track, Despite Resignations

By Sebastian Strangio
Joko Widodo said yesterday that the new city is on schedule to host this year's Independence Day celebrations on August 17.
Top Officials in Charge of Indonesia’s New Capital Project Step Down

Top Officials in Charge of Indonesia’s New Capital Project Step Down

By Sebastian Strangio
The resignations of Bambang Susantono and his deputy have raised questions about the future of the multibillion-dollar Nusantara project.

Why the EU’s Deforestation-Free Regulation Is Not Working in Southeast Asia

Why the EU’s Deforestation-Free Regulation Is Not Working in Southeast Asia

By Lauren Mai
Indonesia and Malaysia, which account for 85 percent of global palm oil production, have reacted with hostility to the EU's new regulation.

Indonesia Ready to Send Peacekeepers to Gaza, Prabowo Says

Indonesia Ready to Send Peacekeepers to Gaza, Prabowo Says

By Sebastian Strangio
Addressing the Shangri-La Dialogue defense forum in Singapore, the president-elect also called for the U.S. and China to exercise restraint as geopolitical tensions build.

Indonesian Court Again Makes Controversial Tweak to Election Rules

Indonesian Court Again Makes Controversial Tweak to Election Rules

By Sebastian Strangio
The Supreme Court ruling will pave the way for President Joko Widodo's youngest son to run in the Jakarta gubernatorial election on November 27.
How Timorese Women Perceive the Election of Prabowo Subianto in Indonesia

How Timorese Women Perceive the Election of Prabowo Subianto in Indonesia

By Maria Manuela Leong Pereira and Li-Li Chen
While Dili has publicly welcomed the former general's election, other Timorese -- particularly women -- want justice for his role in past atrocities.

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