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Saudi Arabian Relations Under Strain in Southeast Asia
November 07, 2018

Saudi Arabian Relations Under Strain in Southeast Asia

By Scott Edwards & Asmiati Malik
Saudi Arabia's relations with Malaysia and Indonesia, in particular, are worth watching for signs of cooling enthusiasm.
Free Speech and Democracy Under Threat in Indonesia
October 20, 2018

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
October 12, 2018

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.

Indonesia’s 2019 Elections: How Will the Religion Factor Play Out?
September 19, 2018

Indonesia’s 2019 Elections: How Will the Religion Factor Play Out?

By Erin Cook
As polls near, questions remain about the traction candidates are getting from Muslim groups.

Indonesia’s Regional Elections: The Tale of 2 South Sulawesi Races
July 06, 2018

Indonesia’s Regional Elections: The Tale of 2 South Sulawesi Races

By Erin Cook
A brief look at two compelling contests.
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: A Look at West Java and North Sumatra
June 29, 2018

Indonesia’s Regional Elections: A Look at West Java and North Sumatra

By Erin Cook
An early assessment of what recent outcomes might mean.

Indonesia’s Booming Tourism Industry
June 07, 2018

Indonesia’s Booming Tourism Industry

By James Guild
What growth in Indonesia's tourism sector tells us about Jokowi’s economic policies.
The Strategic Logic of Modi’s Indonesia Visit
June 06, 2018

The Strategic Logic of Modi’s Indonesia Visit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The trip reinforced both the growing strategic alignment between New Delhi and Jakarta as well as its limits.

Counting Down to Indonesia’s Presidential Election
May 22, 2018

Counting Down to Indonesia’s Presidential Election

By Edward Parker
Indonesian democracy will be put to the test next year, with Jokowi most likely facing off against Prabowo again.

Do Indonesia’s Surabaya Attacks Signal a Rising Terrorism Threat?
May 19, 2018

Do Indonesia’s Surabaya Attacks Signal a Rising Terrorism Threat?

By Erin Cook
A closer look at the significance of recent developments in the Southeast Asian state.

What’s in Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Cooperation Concept?
May 16, 2018

What’s in Indonesia’s Indo-Pacific Cooperation Concept?

By Jansen Tham
The articulation of ASEAN’s own Indo-Pacific concept may pre-empt competitive narratives from Washington or Beijing.
Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever
May 12, 2018

Indonesia's Hizbut Tahrir Debate Rages on Amid Election Fever

By Erin Cook
Despite a recent decision, the debate about the group shows few signs of ending anytime soon.

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