Dec 01, 2022 Last Updated 6:29 AM, Nov 29, 2022

Politics

The Indonesian who joined Falintil

Why did Nasir join the guerrillas?

Meet Titi Irawati

An Indonesian human rights worker in East Timor

Born in the wrong era

Amidst globalisation, can East Timor still be a people's alternative?

Peace for Poso

Highlighting the state's role may help stop the Poso conflict

In this issue

Indonesia today is a dangerous place primarily for Indonesians, not foreigners

The Bali Bombing

Understanding the tragedy beyond al-Qaeda and Bush's 'war on terror'

The Endless Wait

Families of the Disappeared are Still Searching for Answers

Not Fade Away

A General of the Sukarno years criticises today's military

On the Waterfront

The Military Fleeces and Polices Port Workers

Putting the (Para)Military Back Into Politics

The taskforces of the political parties

Self-reliant Militias

Homegrown security forces wield great power in Lombok

The Model Militia

A new security force in Bali is cloaked in tradition

Doing Daily Battle

Street children face police and security guards

Brawling, Bombing, and 'Backing'

The Security Forces as a Source of Insecurity

What's Wrong With Freeport's Security Policy?

A report by a human rights organisation in West Papua

Security Disorders

Sending Troops is not Going to Solve Regional Conflicts

Stand your ground

A radio series gives voice to East Timorese stories of resistance to Indonesian occupation

Making peace newsworthy

Indonesian journalists attend a peace journalism training workshop in Manado

Latest Articles

Acehnese fishermen and Rohingya rescue at sea

Nov 16, 2022 - BILAL DEWANSYAH

The criminalisation of people smuggling has created complex moral and legal difficulties for those who assist refugees in peril

Review: Bali, 50 years of changes

Sep 25, 2022 - MARY ZURBUCHEN

Chasing a cure for beriberi

Sep 15, 2022 - NIA DELIANA

A long search for a cure for beriberi in Southeast Asia in the late nineteenth century was led by trial and a lot of error

Review: The candidate’s dilemma

Aug 23, 2022 - BURHANUDDIN MUHTADI

Review: 25 years of music activism

Aug 19, 2022 - JULIA WINTERFLOOD

For two decades Bali-based rock band Navicula’s mission has been to tackle some of the country’s biggest social and environmental ills

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