Indonesian Communication Minister Arrested For Corruption
By Sebastian Strangio
Johnny G. Plate has been accused of involvement in a telecoms procurement scheme that investigators say cost the state more than $500 million.
Indonesia: Street Protests Resume Over New Law
By Associated Press
Indonesian students resumed protests against a new law they say has crippled the country's anti-corruption agency
Is Indonesia Losing Its War on Corruption Under Jokowi?
By Erin Cook
Recent developments have heightened concerns about the progress on anti-corruption in the country.
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: The Tale of 2 South Sulawesi Races
By Erin Cook
A brief look at two compelling contests.
Let's Face It: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Is a Party With No Future
By Umair Jamal
The PTI has no future in Pakistan’s politics unless a major change arises in the party’s political priorities.
Indonesia: A Legal Plot to Thwart Corruption Fight
By Gordon LaForge
Legislators try to hobble the country’s popular anti-corruption body.
Malaysia Cracks Down on Political Satire
By J.T. Quigley
Also: Indonesia arrests first female governor, Sultan of Brunei’s ex-wife admits to gambling spree.
A Positive Step in Indonesia's Anti-Corruption Campaign
Jakarta’s Corruption Eradication Commission is now going after some of the President’s closest allies.