After 22 Years, ExxonMobil Finally Settles Indonesian Human Rights Case
By Aisyah Llewellyn
Last month, 11 Acehnese villagers reached a confidential financial settlement with the U.S. oil giant, after accusing it of abuses including rape and torture.
How Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo Rejuvenated Dependency Theory
By Fajar Hidayat
Jokowi is making a concerted effort to move his country beyond reliance on raw materials – and by doing so, drawing attention to a lingering legacy of colonialism.
Indonesia to Appeal WTO Ruling on Nickel Export Ban
By Sebastian Strangio
“If we are scared of being sued, and we step back, we will not be a developed country," said Indonesia's President Joko Widodo.
The Natural Resource Oligarchy Funding Indonesia’s Election
By Ian Morse
Indonesia’s natural resource industry funds both campaigns – which may be why it remains free from debate.
What Indonesia's Natuna Gas Means
By Nithin Coca
It's unlikely those living in Natuna will see much benefit from the government's development plans.