To avoid misguided use of sacred texts, religious believers should understand the context in which the texts appeared the first time.
Better knowledge about the local market helps Indonesia's ridesharing startup Gojek beat Silicon Valley tech company Uber in Indonesia.
About one-quarter of the world's countries, both in developing and developed economies, have anti-blasphemy laws. Their implementation is always controversial and highly politicised.
Indonesia has the potential to make important contributions through academic research and the dissemination of knowledge emerging from Indonesian universities.
Human trafficking is a growing problem in Indonesia and, despite support from regional neighbours, the country isn't making much progress.
An enormous rally in Jakarta, organised by hardline Islamic militia group the Islamic Defenders Front, appears to have mobilised a diverse group of conservative Muslims in Indonesia.
The reality of the November 4 rally in Jakarta is much more complex than growing Islamic radicalism in Indonesia.
Indonesia's decision to allow forced chemical castration as punishment for those who sexually abuse children is controversial.
The politicisation of academia definitely contributes to a decline in academic standards. This is a situation South Africa must work hard to avoid. It can learn from others on the continent.
Truth’s victory over hate propaganda is neither automatic nor preordained. It requires a commitment to equal rights and norms of tolerance.
Indonesian lawmakers should ignore a push from nationalists groups to return monopoly rights over the country's oil and gas reserved to the state oil company, Pertamina.
While the details of exactly what happened during Indonesia's 1965-66 massacre of 'communists' remain buried in the depths of time, here's what we do know.
Air pollution from burning firewood and charcoal is the fourth-biggest killer in many countries.
While Indonesia's Constitutional Court deliberates whether casual sex should be outlawed, the government plans to ban gay dating apps.
ASEAN has been silent over the blatant disregard of human lives by the Philippines and Indonesia in the name of the 'war on drugs'.
Unless managed more effectively, forced migration will have permanent and intensifying negative impacts on countries across the globe.
Australia and Indonesia should gradually re-frame their relationship by considering shared interests within the broader regional context.
The annual Conference of Australian and Indonesian Youth (CAUSINDY) to be held in Bali this week is an initiative that can help change negative attitudes towards Indonesia.
Mass tourism in Bali is causing the island to face imminent groundwater crisis.
An Indonesian expert in Australian studies weighs in on the recent survey of Australian-Indonesian perceptions.