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In Southeast Asia, COVID-19 Slowly Tightens Its Grip
September 18, 2020

In Southeast Asia, COVID-19 Slowly Tightens Its Grip

By Sebastian Strangio
After weathering the early stages of the pandemic, several Southeast Asian nations are in the midst of worrying spikes of COVID-19.

Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back
August 14, 2018

Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Muhamad Randi Ritvaldi
Once again, Jakarta will lose a top leader to a campaign for national office.
If Indonesia's Democracy Is in Trouble, It's in Good Company
March 08, 2018

If Indonesia's Democracy Is in Trouble, It's in Good Company

By Giora Eliraz
A look back at Indonesia's political developments in 2017 shows some familiar global trends.

What Does Indonesia’s New Political Landscape Mean for the Future of its Economy?
January 05, 2018

What Does Indonesia’s New Political Landscape Mean for the Future of its Economy?

By Edward Parker
A look at the twin rise of religious conservatism and resource nationalism.

What Obama’s Indonesia Trip Revealed About His Post-Presidency
July 06, 2017

What Obama’s Indonesia Trip Revealed About His Post-Presidency

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The ex-president has been spreading a broader message that has sometimes gotten lost in the headlines.

The Fall of Ahok and Indonesia's Future
April 21, 2017

The Fall of Ahok and Indonesia's Future

By Nithin Coca
Ahok's defeat says less about the rise of Islamism and more about the strength of entrenched political interests.

Ahok, the Jakarta Gubernatorial Race, and the Future of Indonesian Islam
February 24, 2017

Ahok, the Jakarta Gubernatorial Race, and the Future of Indonesian Islam

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Does the blasphemy scandal surrounding Ahok portend a transformation of Indonesian Islam?
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test
February 18, 2017

The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The political future of the Jakarta governor isn’t quite the litmus test some are claiming.

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