Indonesian Screening May Be Missing Virus Carriers
The popular tourist destination has had no coronavirus cases. Is that good luck—or bad testing?
Wuhan Virus Boosts Indonesian Anti-Chinese Conspiracies
Wild claims of Chinese plots are spreading fast on social media.
Jokowi Offers Prabowo a Piece of the Pie
The new Indonesian defense minister is a threat to the president—and democracy.
Indonesia’s Activists Are Ready to Fight Together
Coalitions are forming in the face of threats to democracy and pluralism.
Protests Against Joko Widodo Rock Indonesia
In the largest student uprising in decades, former supporters of the president are now questioning his commitment to reform.
For the Poor, Falling Poverty Numbers Aren’t Always Good News
Chronic poverty may be on the decline, but too many families still face cyclical poverty.
Indonesia Floats Yet Another Plan to Move Its Sinking Capital
Big plans to relocate from Jakarta keep disappearing into nothing. Will this time be different?
The World This Weekend
In recent days, Washington raced to decipher the Mueller report and Indonesian voters cast ballots at more than 800,000 polling stations.
Islam Is the Winning Ticket in Indonesia
Politics has turned religious in the world's biggest Muslim nation — but that's part of democracy too.
Whoever Wins Indonesia’s Presidential Election, Indigenous People Will Lose
Millions of Indonesians lack basic protections. The presidential contenders don’t seem to care.
Indonesians Fight for Their Right to Not Vote
It's an act of protest—but the government calls it terrorism.
Asia’s Airlines Are on Course for More Disasters
Cheap flights are pushing the limits of regulation .
Indonesia’s Opposition Takes Up the Uighur Cause
China's internment camps for Muslims have become a political talking point.
China Is Violating Uighurs’ Human Rights. The United States Must Act.
Much of the world has turned a blind eye to Beijing’s abuses. Washington cannot remain silent in the face of an elaborate campaign of repression and religious discrimination.
For South Sudan, It’s Not So Easy to Declare Independence From Arabic
When the world’s newest country broke away from Khartoum, it discarded Sudan’s main official language, too. But casting aside the oppressor’s tongue did not heal the country’s divisions.