Is Indonesia's new castration policy ethical?
Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Muhammad Beni Saputra discuss the implications of Indonesia's mainstream media being controlled by oligarchs.
The second part to Jeremy Mulholland's series on the rise and ruin of the KPK
Jeremy Mulholland details the rise and ruin of Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission.
A failure to focus on leadership promotes deep flaws in education.
Hew Wai Weng explores various aesthetic forms that are popular among middle-class Muslims.
A troubling tale of sorcerer killings and ninja fear in East Java.
Courageous peasant women concrete feet to keep struggle alive, writes Iqra Anugrah.
Truth still elusive after symposium on Indonesia's mass killings, writes Ariel Heryanto.
Contemporary art is breaking new boundaries and tackling important issues.
How Indonesia's 'state care' is making beggars, buskers and the homeless more vulnerable.
When it comes to urban planning, lines of exclusion and inclusion need to be redrawn.
Ministerial visit shows that Jokowi's government still lacks genuine solutions when it comes to troubled region.
What the South China Sea reveals about Indonesia's foreign policy.
'Sexy' war story would have Said in a lather - for all the wrong reasons.
Don't be "arrogant with power" senior army general warns.
Disconnect between Jakarta and provinces could widen under current presidency.
Homophobic local bylaws make a marginalised community more vulnerable.