Get the hospital beds ready! By Wednesday evening Indonesia will be awash with bankrupt and depressed ex-candidates.
After a 15-year decline, will Jokowi’s nomination re-establish PDIP's dominance in Bali?
Indonesia-Malaysia rivalry is very much like sibling rivalry, with the younger one always demanding attention.
New polling on Indonesia's 2014 elections is just like previous polling, only more so.
Against a backdrop of heated district politics, Islamic parties rally in the Papuan highlands.
Sick of oligarchy and money-politics, a coalition of Indonesian NGOs are fighting back
A win is all but out of sight for presidential hopefull Aburizal Bakrie, but can he at least score an equalizer?
Classic Jokowi campaigning was on show on the weekend, but so was the classic PDI-P variety.
Greg Fealy looks at how one of Indonesia's Islamic parties embraced an ethnic Chinese, non-Muslim, airline director
You're not from around here, are you? Non-resident legislative candidates are a national phenomenon.
In a political landscape dominated by money-politics, can a box of treats sweeten up Indonesia's voters?
Eve Warburton reports that PDI-P hopes Jokowimania will help the party make inroads in far-flung parts of Indonesia.
An increasing number of celebrities standing for parliament is a side-effect of quotas for female representation in politics.
Democracy might be 'haram', but Islamist vigilantes are using it to their strategic advantage.
Indonesia's bizarre system for apportioning the votes of expats leads to some unusual campaign strategies.
No, he’s not the Messiah, but a bit of reformist populism was just what Indonesia needed in 2014
Elvin Ong asks if Singapore's politicians will grow up in the next 50 years?
Professor Edward Aspinall asks "how long will elections seem truly consequential for Malaysians if the national government can never be changed by them?"