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What Will Indonesia’s Foreign Policy in Jokowi’s Second Term Look Like?

What Will Indonesia’s Foreign Policy in Jokowi’s Second Term Look Like?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A look at how Jakarta’s role in the world may shape up in the coming years.
Indonesia’s Jokowi Set for 2nd Term as President

Indonesia’s Jokowi Set for 2nd Term as President

By Niniek Karmini and Stephen Wright
Preliminary results suggest Joko Widodo has triumphed over rival candidate Prabowo Subianto.

Indonesia’s Democratic Discontent

Indonesia’s Democratic Discontent

By Alexander R. Arifianto
As elections loom, the future of Indonesia’s young democracy is at a crossroads.

Human Rights Overlooked as Indonesia's Presidential Election Nears

Human Rights Overlooked as Indonesia's Presidential Election Nears

By Usman Hamid
Both candidates were largely silent on past and current human rights issues in the country.

The Mixed Legacies of Indonesia’s Reformasi

The Mixed Legacies of Indonesia’s Reformasi

By Natalie Sambhi
Against the odds and despite some setbacks, Indonesia survived its democratic transition and continues to thrive.
Islam and Identity Politics in Indonesia

Islam and Identity Politics in Indonesia

By Neil Thompson
Rising Islamic conservatism, especially among youths, is a worrying trend for Indonesia.

Indonesia-Tunisia Relations: From Trade to Democracy

Indonesia-Tunisia Relations: From Trade to Democracy

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
Jakarta's long-standing relationship with Tunis is expanding beyond trade and investment.
How Political Islam Adapted to (and Changed) Indonesian Democracy

How Political Islam Adapted to (and Changed) Indonesian Democracy

By Rizky Alif Alvian
Indonesia’s political Islam uses democracy to promote conservative aspirations, thus changing the democratic landscape.

ASEAN at 50: A New Test for Democracy in Southeast Asia

ASEAN at 50: A New Test for Democracy in Southeast Asia

By Khoo Ying Hooi
The aspects of the ASEAN Charter dealing with rights and democracy have been largely ignored.

America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy

America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy

By Leslie Dwyer
“The U.S. has a stake in the advancement of Indonesia’s anti-impunity, judicial, and institutional goals."

The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test

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.
Jakarta’s Election Is Unraveling Indonesia

Jakarta’s Election Is Unraveling Indonesia

By James P. Bean
A potent mix of Islamism, anti-communism, and racial prejudice threatens to boil over.

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