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Jokowi: Rise of a polite populist

Jokowi: Rise of a polite populist

Jokowi’s path to the presidency might not be as smooth as it once seemed, but he is still the front runner

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Transcending personality politics

Transcending personality politics

The election of Anas Urbaningrum suggests Partai Demokrat can survive without its founder, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

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Gus Dur’s 100 days

 Gus Dur’s 100 days

Abdurrahman Wahid’s life deserves serious and critical reflection

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A storm in a bank vault

A storm in a bank vault

The much publicised ‘Bank Century’ case is unlikely to do any lasting damage to SBY

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Promoting pluralism

Promoting pluralism

Pesantren progressives defend constitutional religious freedoms

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Inside Yudhoyono'€™s anti-corruption machine

Inside Yudhoyono'€™s anti-corruption machine

Despite attempts to re-engineer Indonesia’s governance mechanisms, corruption remains a chronic problem

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Personality cults

Personality cults

Foreign news coverage needs to focus on Indonesia’s people, not just its leaders

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When is a public holiday not a holiday?

When is a public holiday not a holiday?

The 100 year anniversary of Indonesia’s ‘National Awakening’ fails to inspire

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Teaching and remembering

Teaching and remembering

The legacy of the Suharto era lingers in school history books

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The peace dividend

The peace dividend

With no internal wars to fight, Yudhoyono can afford to reform the military.

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How will Indonesians remember Suharto?

How will Indonesians remember Suharto?

Newspaper obituaries, from Sabang to Merauke

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The passing of a dictator

The passing of a dictator

Arief Budiman reflects on Suharto and his legacy.

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Megawati: 'Why not a woman President?'

Amidst great enthusiasm, Megawati Sukarnoputri was elected chairperson of the small political party PDI in December 1993. But last June she was ejected from the leadership by military-backed rivals. Many now look to her to lead a democratising movement wider than the PDI. To find out how she felt about this wider role, SAILENDRI recorded this exclusive interview with Megawati in her home.

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A Javanese king talks of his end

When speaking off the cuff, Suharto sees himself not as a modern president but as a Javanese king. Ben Abel talks with BEN ANDERSON.

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Suharto'€™s last erection

Suharto'€™s last erection

Nationalism and every-day tourism.

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Suharto (8 June 1921- 27 January 2008)

A career soldier who commanded a country.

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Suharto's fires

Suharto cronies control an ASEAN-wide oil palm industry with an appalling environmental record

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