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A development policy agenda for a new administration

A development policy agenda for a new administration

Indonesia's economic and political transformation has been remarkable, now the challenge i...
The business of politics in Indonesia

The business of politics in Indonesia

Democratic institutions are increasingly burdened by the illicit transactions and collusiv...
Lampung’s sugar-coated elections

Lampung’s sugar-coated elections

Sugar Group financed the election of Lampung’s new governor to secure the renewal of its l...
Pemilu Lampung yang berlapis gula

Pemilu Lampung yang berlapis gula

Sugar Group membiayai pemilu gubernur baru Lampung supaya dapat menjaminkan perpanjangan s...
Balancing business

Balancing business

Indonesia’s unions are engaging in electoral politics in unprecedented ways in an attempt ...
Deforestation, rent seeking and local elections in West Kalimantan

Deforestation, rent seeking and local elections in West Kalimantan

The ubiquity of corrupt forest licensing demonstrates the close relationship between busin...
Business and politics in Indonesia’s expanding palm oil sector

Business and politics in Indonesia’s expanding palm oil sector

Indonesia needs political reform, not just legal prosecution, to eradicate corruption in p...
Challenging times for big tobacco

Challenging times for big tobacco

Can the industry’s political and financial resources continue to stall important regulator...
The politics of audit

The politics of audit

Perceptions of political influence on the Indonesian Supreme Audit Agency’s governing boar...

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Amri Yahya and the Sydney University Labor Club

Amri Yahya and the Sydney University Labor Club

8 DAYS AGO  |  Ron Witton

A link to Australia’s support of the Indonesian revolution
Review: Coming to terms with 1965

Review: Coming to terms with 1965

1 MONTHS AGO  |  Bob Lowry

Can the descendants of both sides of 1965 come together to help the nation achieve reconciliation?

Inside the kitchen of Jakarta's Istiqlal mosque

Inside the kitchen of Jakarta's Istiqlal mosque

1 MONTHS AGO  |  Aip Saifullah

A Ramadan photo essay
Famine and fraud

Famine and fraud

1 MONTHS AGO  |  Bobby Anderson3

A story of mass starvation tells us much about media coverage and local government in Papua

Able to choose

Able to choose

1 MONTHS AGO  |  Thushara Dibley

Disability activists in Indonesia get their message through to the presidential candidates
Review: Surabaya-style football fandom

Review: Surabaya-style football fandom

2 MONTHS AGO  |  Andy Fuller

Junaedi gives a rare insight into Indonesia's football culture

Looking the other way

Looking the other way

2 MONTHS AGO  |  Tim Flicker

Football may be Indonesia’s most popular sport, but it is also riven with corruption – and the Indonesian media is looking the other way
Freedom of information

Freedom of information

2 MONTHS AGO  |  Widodo Putro and Ward Berenschot

The Freedom of Information Act has largely failed to make government institutions more transparent and accountable

Jokowi for President? No!

Jokowi for President? No!

3 MONTHS AGO  |  Roanne van Voorst

Riverbank settlers love Jokowi, but they don’t want him to become president
Review: Money, power and ideology in Indonesia’s political party system

Review: Money, power and ideology in Indonesia’s political party system

3 MONTHS AGO  |  Dirk Tomsa

Marcus Mietzner argues that when seen in the context of other new democracies, Indonesia’s political parties are not so bad
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