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Bigger than Ahok: explaining the 2 December mass rally

Bigger than Ahok: explaining the 2 December mass rally

Scholar Greg Fealy offers an important analysis of the extraordinary mobilization of Indonesians in a campaign against the Chinese Christian Governor of Jakarta, known as Ahok, who has been...

The Jakarta Post
Insight: Paris Agreement to test Jakarta’s commitment on carbon emissions

Insight: Paris Agreement to test Jakarta’s commitment on carbon emissions

Expert Daniel Murdiyarso argues that Parliament's Ratification of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change will bring Indonesia Benefits at the same it Tests the Government's Commitment

Time Magazine
Visionary or Cautious Reformer? Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s Two Years in Office

Visionary or Cautious Reformer? Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s Two Years in Office

Jon Emont asks whether Joko Widodo is a visionary or a cautious reformer in this assessment of his first two years as Indonesia's president. 

The Intepreter
Why Indonesian extremists are gaining ground

Why Indonesian extremists are gaining ground

Sidney Jones, one of the leading experts on extremism in Southeast Asia, writes that Islamist extremists are gaining ground because of a lack of political leadership in Indonesia. 

Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict
Pro-ISIS Groups in Mindanao and Their Links to Indonesia and Malaysia

Pro-ISIS Groups in Mindanao and Their Links to Indonesia and Malaysia

Support for ISIS has deepened cooperation among extremists in maritime Southeast Asia, according to the latest report from the Jakarta-based Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict. The report...

The Saudis Are Coming

In 1980, Saudi Arabia started an all­ expenses-­paid university in Jakarta. The Institute for the Study of Islam and Arabic (LIPIA)...

Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict
The Anti-Salafi Campaign in Aceh

The Anti-Salafi Campaign in Aceh

In its latest report, The Anti-Salafi...

The New York Times
Southeast Asia Blazes May Have Led to Deaths of Over 100,000, Study Says

Southeast Asia Blazes May Have Led to Deaths of Over 100,000, Study Says

A study by public health experts from Columbia and Harvard reveal that pollution from burning forests may have led to premature deaths of more than 100,000 people in the region. 

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