Does polarisation have a mass base?
A colonial record’s hint at a forbidden lesbian relationship is a reminder of the potential for historical research to uncover queer life in Indonesia’s past and present
China’s modes of foreign economic cooperation are tailor-made for the Jokowi-era political economy
Boat arrivals cause frictions in coastal communities amid signs of a policy shift towards deterrence
Personal connections to the president dating back to his mayorship of Solo have proven a career asset to senior military officers.
A system of aged care focused on filial responsibility unduly burdens women. The social protection system needs a bigger role.
Artists at the Makassar Biennale grapple with the social and environmental consequences of land reclamation.
The president has put all his chips on Prabowo in the hopes of securing influence beyond 2024. Will it work?
On the sidelines of Changi Prison lies a fissure in an environment engineered to “invisibilise” Singapore’s social divides.
At a graveyard beside the Indian Ocean lies insight into Australia’s ongoing multicultural history and heritage