Research shows the clearing of forests on Indonesia's Sulawesi island threatens the existence of endemic primates.
Green diesel may be intended to reduce emissions but it is not necessarily environmentally and socially sound.
The Job Creation Bill is alleged to enrich only the elites and harm the working class.
Delaying a widespread vaccination program would cause not only higher causalities but also long term economic loss for Indonesia.
The agreement marks a key milestone in strengthening bilateral financial cooperation between the world's largest exporter, China, and Southeast Asia's largest economy, Indonesia.
Indonesia has a warning system for tsunamis generated by earthquakes – but not volcanoes.
A pandemic can amplify friction and tension between jurisdictions – especially when there are political differences and existing conflict.
A key electoral reform in 2009 shifted the focus of legislative elections from political parties to individual candidates.
My analysis of 3,000 pages of secret internal military documents strengthens findings pointing to the Indonesian military's involvement in the 1965-66 genocide.
The preexisting gender inequalities put women at a higher risk of coronavirus.
A recent report rom the US Defence Ministry says China has likely considered a military base in Indonesia, among several other countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Only 7% of the total research produced between 2013 and 2017 in Indonesia took gender and minority perspectives into account.
As the Indonesian government reopens schools located in the green and yellow zones, a blended learning approach is being discussed as a solution.
The International Indonesian Scholars Association (I4) launched a new "matchmaking" platform to connect scientists based in Indonesia with those working abroad to improve research collaboration.
Interventions with good intentions aren't always fruitful.
Tilik’s narrative and the portrayal of its characters allow women take centre stage in this film.
Shame and fear resulting from stigma and discrimination can drive increased transmission of COVID-19 and prevent vital public health control.
Islamic solidarity, customary law and their experience of conflict and foreign aid can explain the Acehnese greeting people in need with open arms.
Letters between a British author and an Indonesian political prisoner led to the creation of a fund in support of 'prisoners of conscience'.
Archaeological discoveries in a jungle cave in central Indonesia suggest humans arrived there 18,000 years ago and decided to stay a while, hunting in the jungle and building canoes.