Remembering John MacDougall, an American Scholar of Indonesia
By Luke Hunt
Indonesia Sets Date for Full Bali Tourism Opening
By Sebastian Strangio
Will Mandalika Be the Next Bali?
By James Guild
Bali Fights Back
By Pascale Hunt
Mount Agung Rumbles, Residents Evacuate
By Alexandra Radu
Australians Attempt Bali Boycott
By Helen Clark
Bye Bye, Bintang? Bali Braces for Proposed Indonesian Alcohol Ban
Islamists push for prohibition in the world’s largest Muslim-majority country.
Peeling Off Indonesia’s Veneer of Tolerance
Indonesia’s “dynamism and diversity” are clouded by growing violence and intolerance.
Miss World 2013: Indonesia’s Religious Intolerance and Bikinis
The cultural clash over Miss World 2013 highlights the polarization of Indonesian society.
Bali: Indonesia’s Laid-Back Hindu Haven
Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali offers something for travelers of every stripe.
Bali's Dark Side
A riot in Bali’s notorious Kerobokan prison highlights the darker side of the island’s tourism success story.
Jogja: Heart of Indonesia’s Art
Bali may look like an art town, but most of Indonesia’s top artists actually come from another place: Jogjakarta.