Nov 23, 2020 Last Updated 3:35 AM, Nov 18, 2020

The price of rice

Bulog had to feed Indonesia, pacify farmers, and support Suharto’s industrialisation policy. What will happen to it now?
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Back on the beat?

For years, police were ‘little brother’ to soldiers. Will that now change? And will it bring back the friendly local cop?
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Coming out

For 32 years they were condemned to a life of misery. Now former communist political prisoners are emerging, slowly, into the daylight.
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