Indonesia is struggling to keep its waste from the oceans. The government has announced ambitious plan to curb plastic waste. However, lack of research to support the policy.
Indonesia passes a regressive anti-democratic law – with more to come – just as BJ Habibie dies, the president who championed the dramatic reform process that transformed Indonesia after 1998.
Indonesia's state budget (APBN) for 2020 was signed into law without any meaningful resistance. It allocates US$180 billion for the next fiscal year.
Electrifying transport needs bigger changes than another high-end electric car.
Without clearance from authorities, scientists can face penalties for conducting 'dangerous' research'.
New research models how the Homo floresiensis species could have evolved its small size remarkably quickly while living on an isolated island.
Here are some immediate actions need to be made to avoid the unprecedented youth vaping epidemic in Indonesia.
Some refugees have been waiting to be resettled for almost a decade, and their broken trust is visceral.
Research shows previous fires increased child mortality and reduced growth rates.
New research investigates how music helps healing from trauma and dealing with violence and repression in Papua and West Papua.
Academics should become intellectual defenders of public interest and role models for civic engagement, scholars say.
Can developing countries get rich from data?
A reflection from a former student activist in 1998 on lessons her generation can learn from the 2019 student protests.
There are limitations on the ground that may hinder the realisation of Jokowi's grand vision of making Indonesia a global maritime power.
If the draft tax law is approved by the Indonesian parliament, individuals and businesses will be affected by at least six important changes.
Raising the minimum age for Indonesian women to marry to 19 years is important, but on its own is not enough to reduce rates of child marriage.
Indonesia's populist morality movement considers talking about eliminating sexual violence against women is the same as supporting women’s right to have sex outside of marriage.
Shifting the capital of Indonesia and other countries may actually send the wrong message that cities too can be discarded.
Indonesia's strategic position in today’s geopolitical configuration explains the lack of response internationally.
He has inspired generations of Indonesians. Through his work, he changed many lives, including mine.