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Politics in Indonesia: It’s Business As Usual
January 24, 2018
Politics in Indonesia: It’s Business As Usual
Indonesian elections are plagued by business dealings colored as politics.
Politics in Indonesia: It’s Business As Usual
The Rapid Rise of Censorship in Southeast Asia
January 19, 2018
The Rapid Rise of Censorship in Southeast Asia
From Myanmar to Indonesia, governments are clamping down on the internet and social media.
The Rapid Rise of Censorship in Southeast Asia
Indonesia’s West Papua Headache Continues
October 14, 2017
Indonesia’s West Papua Headache Continues
Jakarta must tread carefully on the issue.
Indonesia’s West Papua Headache Continues
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test
February 18, 2017
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test
The political future of the Jakarta governor isn’t quite the litmus test some are claiming.
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test
2014: A Year of Botched Elections in Asia
August 24, 2014
2014: A Year of Botched Elections in Asia
Setbacks in Thailand, Afghanistan and Bangladesh suggest that democratic reforms are on the retreat.
2014: A Year of Botched Elections in Asia
Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2014
July 16, 2014
Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2014
A look at the recent presidential election in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s Presidential Election 2014
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
July 12, 2014
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
An election outcome in the balance leaves Indonesia exposed to some disturbing outcomes.
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
Indonesia: A Bigger Role in the South China Sea?
July 09, 2014
Indonesia: A Bigger Role in the South China Sea?
As Indonesia goes to the polls, the expectations of its international partners are growing.
Indonesia: A Bigger Role in the South China Sea?
Narrowing Polls Show Indonesia’s Limited Options
July 07, 2014
Narrowing Polls Show Indonesia’s Limited Options
As the candidates continue mudslinging, the path to long-term prosperity could be difficult.
Narrowing Polls Show Indonesia’s Limited Options
Jokowi and Indonesian Democracy
April 11, 2014
Jokowi and Indonesian Democracy
Although his party underperformed this week, the Jakarta governor remains a bright light for Indonesia’s democracy.
Jokowi and Indonesian Democracy
Indonesia: A Legal Plot to Thwart Corruption Fight
March 20, 2014
Indonesia: A Legal Plot to Thwart Corruption Fight
Legislators try to hobble the country’s popular anti-corruption body.
Indonesia: A Legal Plot to Thwart Corruption Fight
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