Prosecutors' request for a suspended sentence for Ahok underscores what a political farce the legal process has been.
Framing Jakarta's election as a referendum on Indonesian pluralism is a way to avoid addressing inequalities of political and economic power.
How poor policy understanding of slash and burn farming has impacted communities.
How memes mobilise emotions and people.
How the government's policy is a loss for the disabled community.
The end of an era for the iconic form of transportation?
The Aceh Party needs revolutionary internal change.
Battling ongoing challenges with tax administration.
What must Ahok-Djarot do in order to win the second-round?
Obstacles to gender equality in Indonesia.
Shaping the performance accountability of elected political leaders.
Lack of inclusivity keeping down the disabled.
Why West Papua remains a sore point in the relationship between Canberra and Jakarta.
Can Indonesia roll its way out of another corruption scandal?
How Indonesia continues to suppress press freedom in Papua.
Aceh and Papua still seek development and peace.
Where to go next for the stalled debate on Indonesia's SOEs?
Why Indonesia and Australia must acknowledge their secret shared history.
How Jokowi has kept hardliners in check.
Why the LGBT label runs the risk of erasing other non-normative sexual identities in Indonesia.
Why Ahok should brace for more racial and religious politics in Jakarta's race for governor.
An unusual test case for tolerance in Indonesia and Ahok's resilience.
Why Southeast Asia should be worried about Trump's pick for Secretary of Labor.
What happened to Indonesia's moderate Islamic voices?