The Indonesian government should consider opening its plan to the world by turning Bali into a “Zoom island”.
As the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. Just because students are given the freedom to learn, it does not mean they will.
Residents of flood-prone areas have been counting on local knowledge and community support to deal with floods for centuries. Can scientists work with them to better understand floods?
Toba eruption caused temperatures to plummet by up to 10°C in some regions – but not where most humans lived.
Our latest research recommends that Indonesia build a partnership with Australia to develop resilient and responsive healthcare supply chains using modern digital technologies.
Plus, new research from Indonesia on the relationship between cigarette advertising near schools and children smoking.
Two things contribute to increased COVID-19 cases in several countries in Southeast Asia: human mobility and activities and the spreading of new coronavirus variants.
We talked to two political scientists to understand more about young people’s political preferences as Indonesia slowly gears up for the 2024 elections.
COVID-19 cases in Indonesia are rising and are expected to keep doing so for another two weeks until the effects of restrictions and mask mandates are seen.
The campaign is a strategy by the government to manipulate the Papuans to retain an Indonesian national agenda.
African identity needs a revision to move beyond current understanding of its relationship with China
In the immediate aftermath of an event like the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the path forward is not always clear. Looking backward, what have we learned?
Palm oil is responsible for widespread deforestation and labor abuses, but it’s also cheap and incredibly useful. That’s why many advocates call for reforming the industry, not replacing it.
The budget number, slated to cover a 25-year-period, is not peculiar. Nevertheless, weapon systems procurement needs to involve good governance, accountability and legislative oversight.
Significant discrepancies in the quantity and quality of hospitals’ facilities and services for COVID-19 treatment have contributed to increasing risks for medical workers.
COVID-19 has had both positive and negative implications for the Indonesian environment, but post-pandemic prospects are not looking good.
The lawsuit resembles earlier legal efforts to make tobacco companies remedy wrongdoing.
New cases have more than doubled in the past two weeks, sparking concerns that last month’s Eid holiday could have been a super-spreader event.
Indonesia needs to learn from China’s economic success, especially when Indonesia-China’s relations are mainly based on economics.
Poverty, vulnerability and discrimination are barriers many Indonesians face in acquiring identity documents.