Articles by Michael Buehler

Liveblog: Thailand’s irregular election, election irregularities

After five years of military rule, Thailand heads to the polling booths. Follow for live updates.

The fault lines between rich and poor in Lombok quake

Notes from a research trip interrupted by Indonesia’s most deadly earthquake in years.

Desperation in the Indonesian diaspora

The global success of a motorbike gang with roots in the Netherlands’ Indonesian community is indicative of the socioeconomic marginalisation of many Indonesian migrants.

Soal lobi, pertanyaan yang belum dijawab

Michael Buehler memberikan respon tambahan yang penting untuk artikelnya yang sebelumnya dimuat di New Mandala

Lobbyist questions still unanswered

Michael Buehler provides an important follow-up to his New Mandala article, 'Waiting in the White House lobby'.

Waiting in the White House lobby

Did US lobbyists get $80,000 of Indonesian taxpayers' money ahead of Jokowi's dismal visit?

The reassertion of the state

The scrapping of direct elections for local officials in Indonesia won't have that profound an effect, writes Michael Buehler.