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What’s in Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Cooperation Concept?
May 16, 2018
What’s in Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Cooperation Concept?
The articulation of ASEAN’s own Indo-Pacific concept may pre-empt competitive narratives from Washington or Beijing.
What’s in Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Cooperation Concept?
What Is the Nature of Power in the Asia-Pacific and Who Wields It?
May 11, 2018
What Is the Nature of Power in the Asia-Pacific and Who Wields It?
A new tool helps rank Asian states by their relative and absolute power rankings across a variety of measures.
What Is the Nature of Power in the Asia-Pacific and Who Wields It?
Winning Hearts on China’s Belt and Road
May 04, 2018
Winning Hearts on China’s Belt and Road
Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative needs to win hearts, not just projects, in Southeast Asia.
Winning Hearts on China’s Belt and Road
The Plight of Traditional Fishermen in Indonesia
April 11, 2018
The Plight of Traditional Fishermen in Indonesia
Indonesia’s vast maritime space is hotly contested between modern and traditional fishermen.
The Plight of Traditional Fishermen in Indonesia
Capital Punishment, Human Rights, and Indonesia's Chance for the Moral High Ground
April 03, 2018
Capital Punishment, Human Rights, and Indonesia's Chance for the Moral High Ground
The execution of Indonesian migrant workers highlights the need for new protections, both abroad and at home.
Capital Punishment, Human Rights, and Indonesia's Chance for the Moral High Ground
The Indonesian Presidency and Foreign Policy
March 27, 2018
The Indonesian Presidency and Foreign Policy
Each Indonesian president has come to shape, in their own way, the country’s foreign policy.
The Indonesian Presidency and Foreign Policy
The Problem with Indonesia’s Infrastructure Projects
March 15, 2018
The Problem with Indonesia’s Infrastructure Projects
It is inexcusable to sacrifice safety even for the development of a nation.
The Problem with Indonesia’s Infrastructure Projects
Living in the Shadow of Mount Sinabung
March 02, 2018
Living in the Shadow of Mount Sinabung
As Mount Sinabung keeps erupting, the Indonesian government struggles to tackle a long-running natural disaster.
Living in the Shadow of Mount Sinabung
Aman Abdurrahman: Leading Indonesia’s Jihadists from Behind Bars
March 02, 2018
Aman Abdurrahman: Leading Indonesia’s Jihadists from Behind Bars
An imprisoned Indonesian ideologue is on trial again, but his influence is unlikely to diminish.
Aman Abdurrahman: Leading Indonesia’s Jihadists from Behind Bars
At Melanesian Spearhead Group, the Question of West Papuan Membership Lingers
February 16, 2018
At Melanesian Spearhead Group, the Question of West Papuan Membership Lingers
The MSG will deliberate the United Liberation Movement for West Papua’s application, but some worry about angering Indonesia.
At Melanesian Spearhead Group, the Question of West Papuan Membership Lingers
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
February 15, 2018
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
While proposed new laws may threaten human rights in Indonesia, the country continues to engage positively with the UN and other bodies.
Top UN Human Rights Official Completes Mission to Indonesia
What Does Indonesia’s Own Indo-Pacific Strategy Look Like?
February 08, 2018
What Does Indonesia’s Own Indo-Pacific Strategy Look Like?
The Southeast Asian state has advanced a version of the concept before, with some important differences.
What Does Indonesia’s Own Indo-Pacific Strategy Look Like?
Indonesian President Visits South Asia, Boosting His Image at Home and Abroad
February 06, 2018
Indonesian President Visits South Asia, Boosting His Image at Home and Abroad
In South Asia, Jokowi sought to re-engage Indonesia with the region and signal to his audience back home.
Indonesian President Visits South Asia, Boosting His Image at Home and Abroad
A Guide to Navigating the 2018 Risk Landscape in Indonesia
January 29, 2018
A Guide to Navigating the 2018 Risk Landscape in Indonesia
The Indonesian economy presents a stable outlook, but the political landscape of the country paints a bleaker picture.
A Guide to Navigating the 2018 Risk Landscape in Indonesia
What Does Indonesia’s New Political Landscape Mean for the Future of its Economy?
January 05, 2018
What Does Indonesia’s New Political Landscape Mean for the Future of its Economy?
A look at the twin rise of religious conservatism and resource nationalism.
What Does Indonesia’s New Political Landscape Mean for the Future of its Economy?
5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet
October 12, 2017
5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet
Trade negotiators are meeting next week in South Korea to discuss the RCEP, which could impact billions of lives.
5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet
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