Indonesia’s Refugees Are Just in Transit. What Happens If the Boats Keep Coming?
By Aisyah Llewellyn
The past week has seen a new wave of Rohingya arrivals from the refugee camps of southeastern Bangladesh.
Hundreds of Rohingya Refugees Disembark in Indonesia’s Aceh Region
By Sebastian Strangio
Five boats carrying nearly 900 people have reached western Indonesia over the past week, UNHCR officials say.
The Asia-Pacific’s Next Refugee Crisis Is Coming – Ready or Not
By Adam Severson
The Bali Process still holds promise for principled regional responses to the movement of refugees and migrants.