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Edition 119: Feb-Apr 2015 10

Indonesia’s Millennium Development Goal report card

Edition 118: Oct- Dec 2014 8

Design & architecture in Indonesia

Edition 117: Jul-Sep 2014 10

Business and politics in Indonesia

Edition 116: Apr-Jun 2014 7

Elections 2014

Edition 115: Jan-Mar 2014 7

Cosmopolitan edition

Edition 114: Oct- Dec 2013 9

Feeding Indonesia

Edition 112: Apr-Jun 2013 8

Contemporary art

Edition 111: Jan-Mar 2013 8

The politics of health

Edition 110: Oct- Dec 2012 7

New social media as a tool for activism

Edition 109: Jul-Sep 2012 8

Women and development

Edition 108: Apr-Jun 2012 8

The many faces of corruption

Edition 107: Jan-Mar 2012 6

Where is the left?

Edition 106: Oct - Dec 2011 12

Villages and the environment

Edition 105: Jul - Sep 2011 9

Climate change and Indonesia

Edition 104: Apr-June 2011 11

The rich in Indonesia

Edition 103: Jan-Mar 2011 10

Women and Islam

Edition 102: Oct-Dec 2010 8

Learning to belong

Edition 101: Jul-Sep 2010 11

Remembering Rendra

Edition 100: Apr-June 2010 9

Leaving Indonesia

Edition 99: Jan-Mar 2010 9

The killings of 1965-66

Edition 98: Oct-Dec 2009 10

Land and Social Justice

Edition 97: Jul-Sep 2009 12

Election politics

Edition 96: Apr-June 2009 9

East Timor ten years after the referendum

Edition 95: Jan-Mar 2009 14

Chinese Indonesians ten years after reformasi

Edition 94: Oct-Dec 2008 13

West Papua: Inside Indonesia?

Edition 93: Jul-Sep 2008 7

Crime and criminality

Edition 92: Apr-Jul 2008 8

Ten years of reformasi

Edition 91: Jan-Mar 2008 8

Tourism in question

Edition 90: Oct-Dec 2007 8

Aceh: Two years of peace

Edition 89: Jan-Mar 2007 9

Freedom of religion

Edition 88: Oct-Dec 2006 10

Pramoedya's legacy

Edition 87: Jul-Sep 2006 9

Access to Justice

Edition 86: Apr-Jun 2006 8

Workers organising: the struggle continues

Edition 85: Jan-Mar 2005 8

Youth Culture

Edition 84: Oct-Dec 2005 11

International aid: Helping or hindering development

Edition 83: Jul-Sep 2005 7

Arts Politics: a new era?

Edition 82: Apr-Jun 2005 4

From Mataram to Merauke

Edition 81: Jan-Mar 2005 9

Aceh: the new East Timor?

Edition 80: Oct-Dec 2004 13

Indonesia's environmental challenges 

Edition 79: Jul-Sep 2004 4

Islamic Law: What would it mean for Indonesia?

Edition 78: Apr-Jun 2004 10

Unity in diversity? Ethnicity and the nation

Edition 77: Jan-Mar 2004 8

Fear and willing: Indonesia's neo-con agenda

Edition 76: Oct-Dec 2003 9

Out of Crisis? Agendas for the future

Edition 75: Jul-Sep 2003 14

Body Politics

Edition 74: Apr-Jun 2003 16

In the wake of the bombing

Edition 73: Jan-Mar 2003 15

A Militarized Society

Edition 72:Oct-Dec 2002 16

Give press freedom a chance

Edition 71: Jul-Sep 2002 18

Outside Indonesia - East Timor

Edition 70: Apr-Jun 2002 19

Peace: The legacy of Herb Feith

Edition 69: Jan-Mar 2002 17

The poor first

Edition 68: Oct-Dec 2001 16

Rewriting history

Edition 67: Jul-Sep 2001 20

West Papua: towards a new Papua

Edition 66: Apr-Jun 2001 18

The politics of gender

Edition 65: Jan-Mar 2001 14

The environment

Edition 64: Oct-Dec 2000 18

Artists and activists

Edition 63: Jul-Sep 2000 20

Democracy - How far, so far?

Edition 61: Jan-Mar 2000 18

Abdurrahman Wahid wins the top job

Edition 60: Oct-Dec 2000 20

East Timor has its say

Edition 59: Jul-Sep 1999 16

Elections: For the people, or the parties?

Edition 58: Apr Jun 1999 20

Off to the polls

Edition 57: Jan-Mar 1999 20

No turning back

Edition 56: Oct-Dec 1998 16

15th Anniversary

Edition 55: Jul-Sep 1998 11

Salam reformasi!

Edition 54: Apr-Jun 1998 10

Nation in crisis

Edition 53: Jan-Mar 1998 9

The military: Kings or kingmakers

Edition 52: Oct-Dec 1997 7

Imagining Islam

Edition 51: Jul-Sep 1997 8

What price victory? The 1997 elections

Edition 50: Apr-Jun 1997 7

The battle for Kemayoran

Edition 49: Jan-Mar 1997 8

Special issue on Sumatra

Edition 48: Oct-Dec 1996 6

Megawati: Where to now? Exclusive interview

Edition 47: Jul-Sep 1996 10

Asmara Nababan speaks up for indigenous rights

Edition 46: Mar-Jun 1996 6

Arist Sirait: Should child labour be abolished?

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