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After the Riots: Indonesia’s Post-Election Future
May 30, 2019
After the Riots: Indonesia’s Post-Election Future
As the dust settles following the events of the past week, a closer look at some of the key aspects that will shape the country’s future.
After the Riots: Indonesia’s Post-Election Future
6 Dead in Indonesia Post-Election Protest
May 23, 2019
6 Dead in Indonesia Post-Election Protest
A mass protest against Indonesia’s presidential poll result turned violent – and deadly.
6 Dead in Indonesia Post-Election Protest
Indonesia’s Surprisingly Quiet Election
April 23, 2019
Indonesia’s Surprisingly Quiet Election
In an era of increased electoral polarization and agitation, what are the lessons of Indonesia’s tame campaign?
Indonesia’s Surprisingly Quiet Election
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
Will Foreign Policy Matter in Indonesia’s Presidential Election?
April 06, 2019
Will Foreign Policy Matter in Indonesia’s Presidential Election?
Under what conditions does foreign policy influence voters?
Will Foreign Policy Matter in Indonesia’s Presidential Election?
What Did Indonesia’s Second Presidential Debate Reveal?
February 21, 2019
What Did Indonesia’s Second Presidential Debate Reveal?
A look at some of the key issues addressed in the second in a series of debates leading up to Indonesia’s presidential elections.
What Did Indonesia’s Second Presidential Debate Reveal?
Indonesia’s 2019 Elections: Beware the Foreign Puppet Wars in the Jokowi-Prabowo Race
February 07, 2019
Indonesia’s 2019 Elections: Beware the Foreign Puppet Wars in the Jokowi-Prabowo Race
The role of foreign influence has unsurprisingly featured among the issues in Indonesia’s upcoming general elections.
Indonesia’s 2019 Elections: Beware the Foreign Puppet Wars in the Jokowi-Prabowo Race
Indonesia’s Year of Dithering Dangerously
December 19, 2018
Indonesia’s Year of Dithering Dangerously
Why did Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo skip the G-20?
Indonesia’s Year of Dithering Dangerously
Free Speech and Democracy Under Threat in Indonesia
October 20, 2018
Free Speech and Democracy Under Threat in Indonesia
Democratic gains are being threatened by rising intolerance, new legislation, and emboldened conservative Islamic groups.
Free Speech and Democracy Under Threat in Indonesia
Indonesian Elections: Getting Realistic About Millennial Votes
October 12, 2018
Indonesian Elections: Getting Realistic About Millennial Votes
Millennials make up about 42 percent of Indonesia’s total registered voters.
Indonesian Elections: Getting Realistic About Millennial Votes
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
May 12, 2018
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
Despite a recent decision, the debate about the group shows few signs of ending anytime soon.
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
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