Saskia Sch├дfer reviews a feature-length documentary that follows the lives of three Jakarta street buskers
Xanana Gusm├гo’s ongoing reign continues to undercut a generation of young leaders
Antje Missbach and Anne McNevin examine the messaging in Australian-funded anti-people smuggling ads
The real test for Jokowi is ensuring food security for Indonesia's poor, writes John McCarthy.
The first cabinet for Indonesia's new, 'reformist' president, Joko Widodo, is striking for how bad some of the appointments are, writes Edward Aspinall.
Amitav Acharya argues that Indonesia's new leaders have a strong foundation on which to build their foreign policy
A Jokowi presidency is a win for Indonesia's democracy. But Indonesia got lucky by having Jokowi in the race, writes Liam Gammon.
It may be old, but it is still gold! New Mandala gives you everything you need to know about Indonesia's newly inaugurated president, Joko Widodo.
In this photo-essay, Ray Yen explores an informal settlement in Jakarta during the age of Jokowi
Experts from Indonesia and around the world reflect on the SBY decade.
Indonesia’s ban of ISIS was motivated by more than fear of returning fighters, writes Dominic Berger.
Indonesia's democracy may be safe, but the economic good times aren't set to roll on, writes Hamish McDonald.
The scrapping of direct elections for local officials in Indonesia won't have that profound an effect, writes Michael Buehler.
A new volume of poetry by Zubaidah Johar powerfully recounts the experiences of women in Aceh’s troubled past and uncertain future.
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s 10-year rule leaves Indonesia with mixed fortunes and a controversial legacy, writes Marcus Mietzner.
Things are looking up for Chinese Indonesian political candidates, but it all depends on where and at what level they run, writes Chong Wu Ling.
How much of the ‘new’ politics of president-elect Joko Widodo will get through Indonesia’s transfer of power, asks Hamish McDonald.
Ray Yen captures some of the colour and drama from the ruling confirming Jokowi's victory.
Maxensius Tri Sambodo goes local and looks at the potential impact of the village fund on Jokowi's presidency.
Jokowi's personal vision of what ails Indonesia and how it can be cured may be flawed, warns David Henley.
Disputes from the legislative election in April offer hints about how it will deal with the presidential election result
Jokowi has to overcome three immediate economic challenges, write Stephen Howes and Robin Davies