Indonesia Gears Up to Start its First High-Speed Rail Line
By Dita Alangkara
The project is part of a planned 750-kilometer line that would cut across four provinces on the main island of Java.
Indonesia Can Bridge Differences in the Infrastructure ‘Cold War’
By Kyle Springer
Indonesia can create a model for the infrastructure dilemma: how to utilize resources on offer while managing geopolitical risks.
The China-Japan Infrastructure Nexus: Competition or Collaboration?
By Ravi Prasad
Can China and Japan cooperate in building Southeast Asia's much-needed infrastructure?
It's Official: China, Not Japan, Is Building Indonesia's First High-Speed Railway
By Shannon Tiezzi
China's offer to build the Jakarta-Bandung line without requiring funding from Indonesia was the tipping point.