The painting of pigs at least 45,500 years ago on a cave wall in Sulawesi may be the earliest figurative rock art ever found.
Air travel in Indonesia is a lot safer than a decade ago.
Indonesia's Peatland Restoration Agency is likely to have its tenure extended by four years. What has been achieved and what should the agency focus on for the next term?
Jokowi's administration has been unable to deal with the pandemic effectively because it lacks political will and fears it could wreck the economy and, with it, his legacy.
Nine months into the pandemic, Indonesia has seen serious threats to civil liberties, involving not only privacy but also freedom of expression and of the press in the digital realm.
The omnibus law on job creation puts efforts to bring about social change to almost 24 million Indonesians living with a disability in reverse.
Indonesia is paying the price for failing to control the spread of the coronavirus. The country needs to change course and give priority to public health as the first step in repairing the economy.
There are three key factors behind the government's poor COVID-19 responses in the past nine months, and Indonesians can take steps to fix this.
The increasing dependence of Indonesia on China has negative economic and political repercussions.
Considering the limitations of Indonesian law enforcement agencies and prison capacity, the implementation of the bill is not realistic.
Migrant workers' families suffer from limited access to pandemic-related health care and loss of income.
Our two-year study explores how female writers and journalists use online platforms to engage in gender activism, and how they navigate the challenges and opportunities that come with digital media.
The visit by Indonesian Defence Minister Prabowo Subianto is unlikely to lead to significant defence industry cooperation between the two countries.
Indigenous people in rural Borneo associate the coronavirus with modern life, not their traditional hunting.
The US is willing to ignore human rights violations committed by a country as long as it does not interfere with US interests.
There are three main reasons for the the public disappointment in Jokowi.
If Indonesia can maximise its role as the hub for the production and distribution of Chinese COVID-19 vaccines for Southeast Asia region, the country may gain profits.
Indonesia's Legal Aid Institute (LBH) has become an icon of Indonesian civil society and a staunch defender of the public interest.
A stronger partnership between China and Indonesia may impact Indonesia's relationship with the US.
Variation in the local structure of religious authority, rather than political or ideational differences, explains militant groups’ success or failure in Java.