Indonesians will go to the polls on February 14 to elect a new leader. Here are the three leading candidates and their running mates.
Sea-level rises and storm surges don’t discriminate, but societal structures do.
Researchers are watching Australians’ knowledge of Indonesian language and culture slowly die of neglect.
Archaeologists have discovered two 7,000-year-old tiger shark teeth that were once part of ritual or fighting blades on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.
The Conversation’s senior religion and ethics editor traveled the world to learn more about Indigenous populations. See one piece of what she discovered.
A court ruling has paved the way for current president Joko Widodo’s son to run as a vice presidential candidate, even though he doesn’t meet the minimum age requirement.
Indonesia has the world’s second-highest rates of TB – but lack of funding means not enough people are being diagnosed and treated fast enough.
The international quest for green energy is reliant on ‘sacrificial zones’ in developing countries.
After decades of absence, crocodiles are now being seen off Bali, Lombok and Java. That’s good for the species – but what about us?
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Research shows that despite Indonesia progress in providing education access for refugee children, the pandemic has made several barriers for the implementation.
Indonesia has taken a good decision by not joining BRICS, but still needs to be aware that this bloc remains important for the country, and ASEAN.
I have spent decades researching this unique region. Without serious conservation, millions of hectares of its forests could transform into desolate wastelands, risking wildlife like the tiny tarsier.
On February 14, 2024, more than 200 million Indonesians will vote for their next president and vice president, legislators, and councillors. This will be the world’s biggest one-day election.
New research shows densely populated countries in Southeast Asia and West Africa could harvest effectively unlimited energy from solar panels floating on calm tropical seas near the equator.
As current chair of the regional body ASEAN, Indonesia is tasked with resolving a conflict that has killed thousands. Progress has been slow.
Palm oil is used in half the products sold in global supermarkets. Much of the oil comes from Indonesia where it is grown on plantations that are relatively inefficient, but occupy huge areas of land.
Peatlands safely store hundreds to thousands of years’ worth of humanity’s toxic legacy but climate change and physical disturbances are putting these pollution vaults, and us, at risk.
In recent years, Indonesia has slashed the rate of deforestation. That’s why this new crackdown on researchers is so surprising.
The Indonesian president’s visit to Australia could lead to closer co-operation on the energy transition, with Australia supplying lithium for Indonesia’s electric vehicle and battery production.