Netherlands Announces Return of Cultural Objects to Indonesia
By Sebastian Strangio
The repatriation will include the “Lombok treasure,” a collection of 335 gold and silver items plundered by Dutch troops from the Indonesian island in 1894.
Indonesia’s Mandalika Project Reveals the Dark Side of AIIB Lending
By Wawa Wang
The Chinese-led bank’s governance model emphasizes rapid and flexible infrastructure financing, making it easier for clients to dodge higher rule-based standards.
Will Mandalika Be the Next Bali?
By James Guild
The state was heavily involved in getting Indonesian tourism going in the 1970s, but today's industry may call for a more hands-off approach.
Bali: Indonesia’s Laid-Back Hindu Haven
Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali offers something for travelers of every stripe.