Edward Aspinall warns that observers need to be careful about potential vote rigging in Papua and West Papua provinces.
Rob Allyn, a media consultant to Prabowo in Indonesia's 2014 Presidential election, seeks to set the record straight
Roanne Von Voorst explores the mechanics of a Prabowo win on the banks of a Jakarta slum
Jacqui Baker asks whether, in Indonesia today, the police are politically neutral?
Menurut Ed Aspinall dan Marcus Mietzner, ada indikasi bahwa kubu Prabowo sengaja membingungkan masyarakat tentang hasil pilpres.
Edward Aspinall and Marcus Mietzner explain how Prabowo Subianto is trying to sow confusion and steal the election
The count may be in, but the contest isn't over, reports James Giggacher.
Virginia Hooker casts her keen eye over how art is depicting Indonesia's 2014 presidential elections.
A closer look at the religious dynamics of Prabowo’s coalition reveals that it may not be as it would seem, writes Greg Fealy.
Follow all the action as we cover Indonesia's 2014 presidential vote.
For Papuans, it's a question of how the vote is conducted, writes Jenny Munro.
Regardless of who wins Indonesia's presidential election it won't make a difference for Papuans, writes Bobby Anderson.
Dom Berger and Eve Warburton's notes from the field in Sulawesi and Maluku.
As thousands of expat Indonesians went to the presidential polls, it seems not everyone is getting their chance to vote
The environment still remains a neglected issue in Indonesia's presidential race.
Some snapshots of an Islamic hardliners' event in support of Prabowo in Yogyakarta