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Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite
July 18, 2014

Jokowi: A Nation (and Market) Picks a Favorite

By Anthony Fensom
Markets are considering the likely economic policies of the two candidates for the Indonesian presidency.
Jokowi’s Plans?
June 15, 2014

Jokowi’s Plans?

By Joshua Kurlantzick
The frontrunner in Indonesia's presidential election has been remarkably vague on his policies.

Indonesia’s African Outreach
May 27, 2014

Indonesia’s African Outreach

By Istvan Tarrosy
A newly defined African presence could give Indonesia greater political and economic clout on the global stage.

The Regional Implications of Indonesia's Rise
April 10, 2014

The Regional Implications of Indonesia's Rise

By Abdul-Latif Halimi
As it tallies votes from Wednesday’s election, Indonesia’s economic outlook is strong. What does that mean for the region?

Asia’s Next BRICS?
April 04, 2014

Asia’s Next BRICS?

By Anthony Fensom
As growth in the BRICS slows, many of the new economic stars are from the Asia-Pacific.
Indonesia’s South China Sea Options
February 28, 2014

Indonesia’s South China Sea Options

By Clint Richards
Indonesia has the potential to defend its maritime interests, but for now it will need a partner.

Indonesians Shrug Off ‘Taper Tantrums’
February 22, 2014

Indonesians Shrug Off ‘Taper Tantrums’

By Anthony Fensom
Despite an uncertain outlook, investor and consumer confidence is high.
Indonesia: Lessons for the World
January 21, 2014

Indonesia: Lessons for the World

By Edward Parker
While the country faces multiple challenges, it is important to remember how far it has come.

Indonesia’s Economic Bubble
October 25, 2013

Indonesia’s Economic Bubble

A star performer for much of the last decade, Indonesia’s economy now faces serious issues, not least a major bubble.

Can Australia Get the G20 Back on Track?
October 09, 2013

Can Australia Get the G20 Back on Track?

The recent summit was dysfunctional. As the chair for 2014, Australia is well positioned to refocus the group.

Indonesia Faces Crunch Time for Reforms
September 18, 2013

Indonesia Faces Crunch Time for Reforms

Slowing growth and a falling currency signal that Jakarta needs to get serious on its reform process.

Southeast Asia: The Next Crisis?
June 24, 2013

Southeast Asia: The Next Crisis?

The region’s overheated economy faces a period of adjustment – and for some countries the correction could prove very painful.

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