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Indonesia Officially Awards Election to Jokowi
May 21, 2019
Indonesia Officially Awards Election to Jokowi
The official count released Tuesday confirmed earlier projections that Joko Widodo would be re-elected as president.
Indonesia Officially Awards Election to Jokowi
Battling Corruption in Indonesia’s Elections
May 15, 2019
Battling Corruption in Indonesia’s Elections
While the vote was largely free and fair, there are issues that Indonesian authorities must address before the next election.
Battling Corruption in Indonesia’s Elections
Indonesia’s Election Is Over But Identity Politics Will Linger
April 22, 2019
Indonesia’s Election Is Over But Identity Politics Will Linger
Jokowi needs to make tackling intolerance a focal point of his second term.
Indonesia’s Election Is Over But Identity Politics Will Linger
What Does Jokowi’s Win Mean for Indonesia’s Economy?
April 19, 2019
What Does Jokowi’s Win Mean for Indonesia’s Economy?
The Indonesian president has made progress, but has unfinished business to complete in his probable second term.
What Does Jokowi’s Win Mean for Indonesia’s Economy?
Indonesian Elections: Scenes From Aceh
April 19, 2019
Indonesian Elections: Scenes From Aceh
The northernmost and most conservative province of Aceh is a stronghold for opposition candidate Prabowo Subianto.
Indonesian Elections: Scenes From Aceh
Indonesia’s Jokowi Set for 2nd Term as President
April 17, 2019
Indonesia’s Jokowi Set for 2nd Term as President
Preliminary results suggest Joko Widodo has triumphed over rival candidate Prabowo Subianto.
Indonesia’s Jokowi Set for 2nd Term as President
Indonesia 2019 Elections: Officials to Probe Warehouse of Ballots in Malaysia
April 13, 2019
Indonesia 2019 Elections: Officials to Probe Warehouse of Ballots in Malaysia
Election commission to investigate incident after videos circulate of ballots scattered through a warehouse in neighboring Malaysia.
Indonesia 2019 Elections: Officials to Probe Warehouse of Ballots in Malaysia
Asia’s Elections: Market Moving or More of the Same?
April 12, 2019
Asia’s Elections: Market Moving or More of the Same?
Predicting the economic impact of polls in Thailand, Indonesia, India, Australia, and more.
Asia’s Elections: Market Moving or More of the Same?
The Natural Resource Oligarchy Funding Indonesia’s Election
April 11, 2019
The Natural Resource Oligarchy Funding Indonesia’s Election
Indonesia’s natural resource industry funds both campaigns – which may be why it remains free from debate.
The Natural Resource Oligarchy Funding Indonesia’s Election
Fake News in India and Indonesia's Elections 2019
April 09, 2019
Fake News in India and Indonesia's Elections 2019
In both countries, social media platforms are fertile ground for disinformation and hoaxes.
Fake News in India and Indonesia's Elections 2019
Indonesia’s Democratic Discontent
March 01, 2019
Indonesia’s Democratic Discontent
As elections loom, the future of Indonesia’s young democracy is at a crossroads.
Indonesia’s Democratic Discontent
How the Economy Factors Into Indonesia’s Elections
February 20, 2019
How the Economy Factors Into Indonesia’s Elections
Looking at the candidates in the race to Indonesia's presidency.
How the Economy Factors Into Indonesia’s Elections
Human Rights Overlooked as Indonesia's Presidential Election Nears
January 30, 2019
Human Rights Overlooked as Indonesia's Presidential Election Nears
Both candidates were largely silent on past and current human rights issues in the country.
Human Rights Overlooked as Indonesia's Presidential Election Nears
Will ‘Fake News’ Determine Indonesia’s Next President?
November 09, 2018
Will ‘Fake News’ Determine Indonesia’s Next President?
Nearly two years after Ahok, is Indonesia better prepared for misinformation ahead of 2019’s presidential election?
Will ‘Fake News’ Determine Indonesia’s Next President?
Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back
August 14, 2018
Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back
Once again, Jakarta will lose a top leader to a campaign for national office.
Indonesia's Presidential Elections Could Set Jakarta Back
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