Free Speech and Democracy Under Threat in Indonesia
By Tom Sullivan
Democratic gains are being threatened by rising intolerance, new legislation, and emboldened conservative Islamic groups.
Indonesian Elections: Getting Realistic About Millennial Votes
By Dwintha Maya Kartika and Muhammad Sinatra
Millennials make up about 42 percent of Indonesia’s total registered voters.
Why Indonesia Matters in a Season of Change
By Roncevert Ganan Almond
Indonesia is important to the U.S., in ways that might be unexpected.
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
By A. Ibrahim Almuttaqi
One of the last regional bulwarks of democracy is showing signs of slipping.
An Elegy to Indonesian Democracy
By Aria Danaparamita
With the scrapping of direct elections for local leaders, Indonesia’s hard-won democracy is under threat.