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The business of politics in Indonesia

The business of politics in Indonesia

Democratic institutions are increasingly burdened by the illicit transactions and collusive practices of politico-business elites

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Undercutting Kalimantan's future

Undercutting Kalimantan's future

Forest conversion in Kalimantan is a local, national and global concern

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Tweeting about politics

Tweeting about politics

Indonesian politicians want to raise their public profile but don’t want the criticism

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Rock music and social activism on the internet

Rock music and social activism on the internet

Bali rockers Navicula find a platform for social change in online social media

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Public works and ethnic conflict

Public works and ethnic conflict

Tarakan’s riots illustrate the risks of collusive public contracting and the continued weakness of local security responses

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A new frontier

A new frontier

East Kalimantan was once timber country, now it’s coal that rules

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Community engagement

Community engagement

Don’t ignore REDD’s impacts on communities!

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Praying across borders

Praying across borders

Doctrinal borders that divide traditionalist and modernist Muslims in Banjarmasin are breaking down, but slowly

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Passports optional

Passports optional

Indonesian migrant workers without visas - or sometimes even passports - rely on the help of middlemen to get past immigration checkpoints into East Malaysia

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Corrupting politics

Corrupting politics

Corruption continues to shape the political landscape in Kutai Kartanegara, Indonesia’s richest district

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'Selamat Berbuka Puasa'

'Selamat Berbuka Puasa'

In South Kalimantan local politicians target TV screens with strategically-placed messages for Ramadan

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Land, ethnicity and politics

Land, ethnicity and politics

Direct local elections have led to new developments in the struggle for land rights in East Kalimantan

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The politics of Imlek

The politics of Imlek

In contemporary Indonesia, Imlek is much more than a cultural celebration

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Politics and peat: The One million hectare sawah project

Burgeoning industrial areas in Java have eaten up Indonesian self-sufficiency in rice production. To compensate, an area of peat swamp in Kalimantan a third the size of the Netherlands is being converted to rice land. IRIP NEWS SERVICE investigates.

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Smoking gun

The fires were no natural disaster, says JOKO WALUYO. The smoking gun is in the hands of plantation companies.

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Magic on fire

The fires are merely adding to the pressure on East Kalimantan's only national park. But ALEX RYAN also finds that nature lovers have won some battles to protect its beauty.

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Villagers keep the seas alive

Coastal villagers will protect reefs if they know it is in their interest. IAN DUTTON and BRIAN CRAWFORD report on an international project that goes to the cutting edge.

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Singapore, not sawit

Singapore, not sawit

Tourism campaigns in East Kalimantan fall short of provincial middle class aspirations.

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Titiek and the bearded pig

In 2003 Titiek went on a pig-hunting trip with a difference

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A history of diversity

Ethnic relations in West Kalimantan are marked with blood

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