After the latest round of executions for drugs crimes, is there hope for human rights in Jokowi's Indonesia?
So-called national emergencies give President no right to breach human rights.
Australia leaves itself short changed in efforts to unlock Indonesia's economy.
How a photography project is helping change attitudes about refugees in Indonesia.
Nostalgic videos of Suharto reveal that the flaws of his rule were obvious to those who lived through it.
Jokowi’s developmentalist democracy goes beyond a simplistic personal attribute or set of beliefs: it is inherent to his class status.
Melanesian solidarity and prosperity at stake with West Papua question.
President aims to set himself up for reelection in 2019 with new look cabinet.
How Wahdah Islamiyah is helping to create an Indonesian Salafi movement.
Hard questions for Indonesia's President as he orders yet another round of executions.
Why findings from the International Tribunal on mass killing warrant action.
Indonesia foreign policy experts call for respect and restraint.
Australia’s television service for the Asia Pacific is a turn off.
Citizenship not enough to alleviate the struggle of those who have fled Indonesia.
West Papua liberation movement's membership could unravel the Melanesian Spearhead Group.
Indonesia's insistence on the death penalty will haunt its people and the nation for decades to come.
How will Australia's domestic political deadlock affect ties between the two nations?
President performing well enough to be the prime candidate for re-election in 2019.