Jan 21, 2017 Last Updated 1:38 AM, Jan 19, 2017

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Latest Articles

Safe water at a premium

Jan 16, 2017 - RA Koesoemo Roekmi

Home-delivered gallons of drinking water. (Credit: Ikhlasul Amal)

The UN’s claim that 87 per cent of Indonesians have access to safe drinking water seems exaggerated

In the name of food security

Jan 09, 2017 - Emirza Adi Syailendra

A banner in front of a military outpost in Langkahan village, North Aceh. The banner reads ‘Together with the people the TNI will be stronger’. Emirza Adi Syailendra

The army’s over-immersion in civilian affairs is being encouraged by its role in food security projects

Vale George Aditjondro

Dec 21, 2016 - Garry Rodan

Academic, activist and human rights defender, George Aditjondro will be sadly missed

Essay: ‘Harvard’ and ‘Cambridge’ at your doorstep

Dec 20, 2016 - Duncan Graham

Welcome to Kampoeng Inggris, Pare, East Java. (Credit: Erlinawati Graham)

Pare’s English language school grew out of a tutoring job and is now attracting thousands

Review: Recounting the revolution

Dec 12, 2016 - Kevin W Fogg

Two recently republished memoirs illustrate the divergence of experiences during the Indonesian Revolution

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    Anthony - 18 Jan
    Back in 1984, Indonesia was able to produce 25.8 tons of rice and was regarded by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) as a success story. ... I ...
     
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    Ari Z - 10 Jan
    Bapak: sentiments like these are reminiscent of the authoritarian New Order period (1966–1998) when the Indonesian military.
     
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    Thank you for the review of Revolution in the City of Heroes (title, Student Soldiers, in Indonesia). A reminder: this was a diary, not an academic ...

30th Anniversary Book

Inside Indonesia - 30th Anniversary Photo Book

 

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The book features 30 of the judges' favourite images from the 2013 Inside Indonesia Photography Competition.

Preview the book  and order your copy online (Soft cover approx AUD$23.00 / Hard cover approx AUD$35.00).