Regions / Indonesia
Fighting corruption is a proven means to reduce inequality. But the issue has often been co-opted by elites looking to do just the opposite.
Will the Green Climate Fund—the UN body tasked with funding the transition to a clean-energy, climate-resilient future in the developing world—invest in fossil fuels?
The lumbering aircraft carrier known as the United States should be executing a pivot that lives up to its name: a shift from the martial to the pacific.
Developed countries are still using the WTO to squeeze small farmers in the developing world--and developing world governments are going along with the charade.
“The Act of Killing” sheds light on Indonesian mass killings that were even more uncalled for than most atrocities.
Indonesia's Shi'a minority is under heavy attack by Saudi-funded Wahhabists.
Why is the New York Times still concealing the role that the United States played in the 1965 Indonesia coup?
Fukushima has been but a minor inconvenience to nuclear energy advocates.
A new statue of Barack Obama in Jakarta is the focus of protest.
Hillary Clinton had nothing but praise for Indonesia on her recent visit. Somehow she missed genocide, religious intolerance, and a growing split between rich and poor.