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Gibran Rakabuming Raka

Indonesia-Middle East Relations Set to Bloom Under Prabowo

Indonesia-Middle East Relations Set to Bloom Under Prabowo

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
The former general, who spent time in voluntary exile in Jordan, is poised to build on the progress made by President Joko Widodo.

Prabowo Subianto Claims Victory in Indonesian Presidential Election

Prabowo Subianto Claims Victory in Indonesian Presidential Election

By Sebastian Strangio
With unofficial results pointing to a landslide victory, attention turns to how the former special forces commander plans to govern.
Indonesia’s Presidential Election: What You Need to Know

Indonesia’s Presidential Election: What You Need to Know

By Sebastian Strangio
The most important things to watch ahead of the world's largest single-day poll on February 14.

Indonesia’s Presidential Hopefuls Woo Young Voters With Social Media, K-Pop

Indonesia’s Presidential Hopefuls Woo Young Voters With Social Media, K-Pop

By Edna Tarigan
Around 205 million Indonesians are eligible to vote on February 14, more than half of them under the age of 43.

East Java Looms as Key Battleground in Indonesian Presidential Contest

East Java Looms as Key Battleground in Indonesian Presidential Contest

By Joseph Rachman
The country's second-most populous province is also a stronghold of the country's largest and most influential Islamic organization, Nahdlatul Ulama.

Prabowo’s Lead Holds Steady in Latest Indonesia Election Poll

Prabowo’s Lead Holds Steady in Latest Indonesia Election Poll

By Sebastian Strangio
Support for former Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan is building, setting up a potentially interesting run-off election in June.

Indonesian President’s Son Broke Campaign Regulations, Watchdog Rules

Indonesian President’s Son Broke Campaign Regulations, Watchdog Rules

By Sebastian Strangio
Gibran Rakabuming Raka, the running-mate of Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto, was accused of breaching a minor Jakarta gubernatorial regulation.
Are Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates Helpful?

Are Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates Helpful?

By Aisyah Llewellyn
Indonesia's recent presidential and vice-presidential debates have obscured as much about the candidates as they have revealed.

Prabowo Subianto Opens Up Significant Lead in Latest Indonesian Polls

Prabowo Subianto Opens Up Significant Lead in Latest Indonesian Polls

By Sebastian Strangio
Since appointing President Joko Widodo's son as his running-mate in October, the former general's popularity has surged.

Indonesia’s Constitutional Court Rejects Challenge to Controversial Election Ruling

Indonesia’s Constitutional Court Rejects Challenge to Controversial Election Ruling

By Sebastian Strangio
The October 16 ruling opened up a path for President Joko Widodo's eldest son to take part in the presidential election in February.

Campaigning Begins for Indonesian Presidential Election

Campaigning Begins for Indonesian Presidential Election

By Sebastian Strangio
An estimated 204 million are eligible to cast their votes when the country goes to the polls on February 14.
An Indonesian Constitutional Court Scandal and an Election in Jeopardy

An Indonesian Constitutional Court Scandal and an Election in Jeopardy

By Aisyah Llewellyn
An October 16 ruling by the Constitutional Court could reshape the upcoming presidential contest, and even the future trajectory of Indonesian democracy.

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