Feb 23, 2019 Last Updated 4:13 AM, Feb 20, 2019

Separatism

Famine and fraud

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A story of mass starvation tells us much about media coverage and local government in Papua

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On death row

On death row

Dozens of Acehnese drug offenders face the death penalty in Malaysia

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A man on a mission

A man on a mission

From the highlands of Papua to exile in England, Benny Wenda is a leader of his people

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Papua road map

Papua road map

Conflict resolution should move from a security to a justice approach

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A heroine for humanity

A heroine for humanity

There are dozens of stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things for human rights in Aceh. Here is a personal account of one such person.

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Latest Articles

An inadvertent terrorist

Feb 19, 2019 - CAMERON SUMPTER & YUSLIKHA K WARDHANI

Source / Samuel Zeller on Unsplash

One man’s humdrum pathway into terrorism demonstrates the need for extra care in prisons and de-radicalisation programs

A kinder, more gentle FPI?

Feb 06, 2019 - MARK WOODWARD

Lubis described Yogya as a city beset by sin: alcohol, narcotics, free sex, prostitution, pornography and LGBT / Mark Woodward

The historically hardline defenders of Islam plan to enter the political mainstream by softening their rhetoric and abandoning hate speech

Review: Ricklefs on Islamisation

Feb 01, 2019 - RON WITTON

M.Timur/ Flickr Creative Commons

Reclaiming Indonesian citizenship

Jan 30, 2019 - DIEGO GARCIA RODRIGUEZ

Diega Garcia Rodriguez/ The pengibar bendera (flag raisers) group after hoisting the flag

A ‘waria’ version of the traditional flag ceremony celebrates both nationhood and diversity

Photo essay: A protest for fair land reform

Jan 20, 2019 - FRANS ARI PRASETYO

Source/ Frans Ari Prasetyo

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