In Indonesia blockchain can be strategically utilised and developed for environmental protection.
Indonesia’s new capital authoritarianism
Though the Capital Authority acts as a "fast track" for the goal, they have to bear in mind the cost of constitutional democracy at the local level in the future
At what cost: The impact of Indonesia’s Omnibus law on underwater cultural heritage
Why, after such a long hiatus, is underwater cultural heritage is once again being considered as an economic, not an archaeological or historical, resource?
Watch: Hari Tani Nasional, a forum on the future of rural Indonesia
Critical Indonesian thinkers reflect on a simple question: What are the most important policy problems in rural Indonesia, and what can researchers do about them?
How China’s foreign policy shapes prejudice against Chinese Indonesians
China’s domestic and foreign policy actions indirectly affect prejudice against Chinese Indonesians
Human rights in the age of Southeast Asian extractivism
Analysing the development of Filipino, Thai and Indonesian laws and policies for the achievement of the human right to a healthy environment.
Religious minorities in Indonesia face discriminiation
"Spineless politicians, feckless government bureaucrats, and narrow-minded ulama officials" stand in the way of religious freedom in Indonesia.
Rethinking memories of Darul Islam
The anti-traditional rule of the Darul Islam movement had a tremendous impact on indigeneity and the way that it is constructed today among the Duri
The Costs of Repressing Islamists
The banning of FPI or any other “anti-Pancasila” group is not a shortcut to ending deep-seated discrimination against minorities.
ARTS AND CULTURE
Kita perlu bicara! Seni, pelanggaran, dan politik di Documenta 15
Kolektif-kolektif berorientasi hak asasi manusia dari Indonesia telah dituduh anti-Semitis di salah satu pameran terbesar di Eropa, Dokumenta di Kassel, German.
Art and artists in society in Indonesia: future tense
After two decades of enormous social change on global and local scales, what role will art and artists play in Indonesia’s future?
‘That damned elusive pimpernel: Tan Malaka and the Patjar Merah stories
What exactly was the relationship between the real Tan Malaka and his fictional alter ego?
COVID-19 IN INDONESIAVIEW THE INDONESIA ARCHIVE HERE
Surabaya’s transwomen fighting COVID-19
Despite giving up on the legislative situation that discriminates against them, Surabaya transwomen fight against it by engaging actively in public activity.
Herd immunity/herding constituents: parpol and COVID-19 vaccines in Indonesia #1
Online and social media shows that several political parties are actively involved in the vaccination program.
COVID-19 is eroding Indonesian local media’s role as watchdog
Local media are failing to supervise regional Indonesia, with many relying on government PR budgets or politicians’ fresh cash.
COVID-19: a closer look from Jakarta
A personal tragedy illustrates a larger disaster playing out across the city.
Governing a pandemic: centre-regional relations and Indonesia’s COVID-19 response
The current arrangements slow initial local responses without a corresponding payoff.
Kaum perempuan di garis depan: Peran kepemimpinan yang tak dihitung dalam penanganan COVID-19
Pengakuan pentingnya peran ini bisa memperkuatkan strategi baru.
Disrupting pathways: What awaits rural youth forced home by COVID-19?
An influx of new ideas might boost rural and coastal sectors, but unemployment looms large too.
Gendering Indonesia’s responses to COVID-19: Preliminary thoughts
The approach used in the creation of these policies ignores that women may face more difficulty in accessing the promised benefits.
Indonesian disability activism amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
Indonesian disability activists are leading action to assess needs and advocate for the inclusivity in the government's COVID-19 response.
Dignified quarantine: indigenous strategies for containing COVID-19 in Indonesia
“For hundreds of years, we’ve been practising so-called self-quarantine. Long before the recent COVID-19 outbreak. We called it besesandingon.”
Power, illegality and impunity in Indonesia’s plantation zone
about 3 days ago
Palm oil companies can act with impunity because of corporate–state collusion and a lack of organised resistance.
The rise of performance politics in Indonesia?
about 2 weeks ago
What does it mean for Indonesia’s political development when elites and voters view democracy in instrumental terms?
Indonesia and North Korea: warm memories of the Cold War
about 4 weeks ago
Friendly ties to Pyongyang have been an emblem of non-alignment for generations of Indonesian foreign policy makers.
Indonesia’s virtual capital
about 2 months ago
In the online version of Nusantara, nobody can hear you protest.
Indonesia’s new criminal code turns representatives into rulers
about 4 months ago
The new law isn’t the final nail in the coffin for democracy, but it’s a hammer for anyone who wants to drive one in.
POST-ELECTION DEMOCRACY CHALLENGESVIEW THE INDONESIA ARCHIVES
Indonesia’s omnibus law is a bust for human rights
Trade unions and human rights groups believe the law is in fact no more than an attempt by the nation’s oligarchs to roll back political reform.
The Yogyakartan Surrealism of Jokowi
Like the Yogyakartan surrealist, Jokowi’s leadership offers a dreamscape, relying much on the promise of the future.
Indonesia’s pro-democracy protests cut across deep political cleavages
Bipartisanship and problems of representation in Indonesian politics.