Can Indonesia's new president counter oligarchy?
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
If Jokowi wins on Wednesday, it will be in spite of his campaign, not because of it.
The relationship between former Jakarta gangster Hercules and Prabowo Subianto has been shaped by Prabowo's obsession with power
Charlotte Setijadi finds Indonesia's ethnic Chinese minority united on the need for security, but divided on how to get it.
Prabowo masih bertekad untuk mencari mandat dari rakyat hanya sekali saja.
The dead have been drafted into worldly matters of the living and Indonesia's presidential race.
The rise of Jokowi and Prabowo can be explained by SBY's inability to get things done and show leadership, writes Jeffrey A Winters.
Despite concerns over presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto, Indonesia's democracy will be just fine, writes Elizabeth Pisani.
Despite protestations to the contrary, Prabowo is seeking a popular mandate just the once.