Remembering Indonesia’s Bloody Coup
By Nithin Coca
Fifty years ago this week Indonesia experienced one of the 20th century’s darkest moments.
Cambodia and Indonesia in the Oscars
By Mong Palatino
The Academy recognizes controversial films about Cambodian and Indonesian genocides.
By Justin McDonnell
The Diplomat’s Justin McDonnell spoke with Joshua Oppenheimer, the director of the acclaimed documentary The Act of Killing, a film that looks at the genocide in Indonesia in 1965-66, largely through the eyes of the perpetrators.
Beyond The Act of Killing: Indonesia and the Price of National Unity
A new documentary is inventive, but will not help Indonesia get to the truth of the 1965 killings.