The Long Political Afterlife of Megawati Sukarnoputri
By Johannes Nugroho
After battling years of political and sexist attacks, the 75-year-old is hoping to have a decisive impact at Indonesia's upcoming general election.
Who Will Lead Indonesia’s PDI-P Into the 2024 Election?
By Jefferson Ng
As President Joko Widodo approaches the end of his second term, it is shaping up as a race in two.
Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Fight
By Nithin Coca
Anti-corruption could be Jokowi’s ticket to political redemption.
Jokowi’s Battle for Survival
By Anthony Fensom
The former managing editor of the Jakarta Post on the performance and prospects of Indonesia’s president.
Asia’s Political Dynasties
By Paul French
Postwar dynasties in Asia have been remarkably persistent.
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
By Luke Hunt
The bloc has rarely discussed the death penalty. It is time it did.
Indonesia: Can Jokowi Recover?
By Jon Emont
The Indonesian president has disappointed his supporters, yet many remain optimistic.
Jokowi Still Favorite to Be Indonesia's Next President
By Luke Hunt
His party underperformed in legislative polls this week, but the Jakarta governor is still the frontrunner for the presidency.
Indonesian Foreign Policy: ‘A Million Friends and Zero Enemies’
By Ted Piccone and Bimo Yusman
Under SBY, Indonesia has boosted its international presence. What will his successor do?