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Indonesia Is Reconsidering Contract With South Korea for 3 Diesel-Electric Submarines
April 03, 2020

Indonesia Is Reconsidering Contract With South Korea for 3 Diesel-Electric Submarines

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Indonesian government is considering cancelling a contract with South Korea for three Nagapasa-class diesel-electric attack subs.

The Many Reasons to Move Indonesia’s Capital
March 27, 2020

The Many Reasons to Move Indonesia’s Capital

By Giora Eliraz
There are a variety of rationales put forward for the decision to relocate the capital, some more prominently articulated than others.
Indonesia’s Virus Response and What It Tells Us About Global Health Governance
March 27, 2020

Indonesia’s Virus Response and What It Tells Us About Global Health Governance

By Sukmawani Bela Pertiwi
Indonesia’s unique responses to the spread of infectious diseases give us a picture of the current state of global health governance.

New Indonesia Terrorism Raid Nets Islamic State-Linked Suspects
March 26, 2020

New Indonesia Terrorism Raid Nets Islamic State-Linked Suspects

By Associated Press
Indonesia's police anti-terrorism squad shot and killed one suspect and arrested two others in a raid on the main island of Java.

Assessing a Potential Coronavirus Lockdown in Indonesia
March 26, 2020

Assessing a Potential Coronavirus Lockdown in Indonesia

By Jefferson Ng
With skyrocketing COVID-19 cases, a lockdown might be in Jakarta’s future. 

COVID-19 Risks Stalling the Indonesia-Australia Economic Partnership
March 26, 2020

COVID-19 Risks Stalling the Indonesia-Australia Economic Partnership

By Kyle Springer
It’s been a year since the signing of the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA); the global pandemic could delay the next critical steps.

Frigate Combat System Upgrade Testing Highlights Indonesia’s Maritime Capabilities
March 23, 2020

Frigate Combat System Upgrade Testing Highlights Indonesia’s Maritime Capabilities

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Jakarta continues to add to its capabilities in spite of the challenges that remain.
Indonesia Halts Islamic Assembly, Quarantining 9,000 People 
March 19, 2020

Indonesia Halts Islamic Assembly, Quarantining 9,000 People 

By Associated Press
President Joko Widodo has called for all mass gatherings to be canceled, but such orders could be hard to enforce in the sprawling archipelago. 

Suspected Leader of Indonesia Terror Group on Trial
March 18, 2020

Suspected Leader of Indonesia Terror Group on Trial

By Associated Press
Para Wijayanto, the suspected leader of Indonesia's al-Qaida-linked Jemaah Islamiyah network, went on trial on charges of terrorism that could result in a death sentence.

Dutch King Apologizes for Deadly Colonial Legacy in Indonesia
March 10, 2020

Dutch King Apologizes for Deadly Colonial Legacy in Indonesia

By Associated Press
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands apologized Tuesday for his country's colonial aggression during his first state visit to Indonesia.

Interview: Indonesian Politics During Jokowi’s Second Term
March 10, 2020

Interview: Indonesian Politics During Jokowi’s Second Term

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A conversation with Alex Arifianto analyzing what to expect in Indonesia during President Jokowi’s second term.
What to Expect from Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Push in 2020?
March 06, 2020

What to Expect from Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Push in 2020?

By Karl Lee Chee Leong
It’s time to take Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific push seriously.

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