China’s Educational Soft Power Is Seeing Results in Indonesia
By Azis Anwar Fahcrodin
Generous government scholarships have generated positive impressions of China – and even an impulse to defend its policies in the face of Western criticism.
Jakarta Schools Reopen as Indonesia’s COVID-19 Wave Eases
By Sebastian Strangio
But Southeast Asia's largest country is not quite out of the woods yet.
The Golden Opportunity: Indonesia’s Chance to Escape the Middle-Income Trap
By Edward Parker
Education reform needs to be part of Jokowi’s ambitious economic overhaul.
Majority of Indonesians Now Disapprove Of Jokowi
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Surveys suggest his popularity is waning just three months after he took office.
More Religion, Less Science for Indonesian Students
The Indonesian government has announced a major education reform that has generated heated criticism.