Is Indonesia Losing Its War on Corruption Under Jokowi?
By Erin Cook
Recent developments have heightened concerns about the progress on anti-corruption in the country.
Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission Law Weathers the Storm, For Now
By Maxwell Abbott
The commission has won international praise, but faces challenges at home.
Indonesia: Police Chief Scandal Jokowi’s First Real Test
By Mong Palatino
The president’s reformist credentials are questions when his choice for police chief is named in a corruption scandal.
By Joshua Kurlantzick
A slowing economy, a poor education system, and crumbling infrastructure – there is much to choose from.
Indonesia: A Legal Plot to Thwart Corruption Fight
By Gordon LaForge
Legislators try to hobble the country’s popular anti-corruption body.