• Insight: Europe’s sad ‘new normal’
    Sadly, angrily, Europe is moving toward a “new normal”.
  • ‘BI should keep independence’
    The government should not openly criticize Bank Indonesia (BI) even if it has different views on managing the country’s economy because such criticism could create uncertainty for the business wo
  • Shake-up at ethics council puts Setya on edge
    A number of political party factions have brought in reinforcements to the House of Representatives’ ethics council (MKD) to leverage support to proceed on an alleged breach involving House Speak
  • Lawyer claims wrongful arrest in murder trial
    A 27-year-old man is facing the maximum sentence of death after being charged with premeditated murder in a crime that according to his lawyer was committed by someone else during a brawl.
  • House buying time on KPK leadership
    The House of Representatives has once again delayed its final decision on whether to return to the government the names of candidates for the leadership of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KP
  • Tension high after candidate ousted from race
    Law enforcers in the North Sulawesi provincial capital of Manado have stepped up security following the recent decision by the local election organizers to annul the candidacy of former mayor Jimmy
  • Jokowi criticized for assigning ministers for specific countries
    International relations experts have lambasted President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo for appointing a number of Cabinet ministers as liaison officers between Indonesia and its major trading partners,
  • Thousands displaced after floods, quakes hit
    Thousands of people have fled their homes after a series of natural disasters hit several regions in the country over the past several days.
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