With No Response From the Government, Indonesian Students Take to the Streets Again
The term is up for the country’s lawmakers, which means protesters will have to direct their demands to a fresh batch of representatives.
Student Protests Erupt Across Indonesia in Response to Controversial Amendments to Criminal Code
They're rallying against changes that would criminalise extramarital sex and a law that would weaken the country's anti-corruption agency.
People Power? Not so Fast: Making Sense of Jakarta's Post-Election Chaos
Provocateurs, mysterious "commanders," and clashes in the streets of Central Jakarta—the protests and ensuing riots left us with more questions than answers.
Prabowo Declares Victory, but Quick Counts Tell a Different Story—Jokowi Wins
As polls close in a divisive election, similarities from the 2014 race continue to haunt Indonesia, suggesting the battle for the top spot is far from over.
Indonesia's 2019 Election Is Keeping Fake News Fact Checkers Way Too Busy
In part one of "Mass Confusion," writer Adi Renaldi meets the people who are trying to combat the spread of hoaxes in the run-up to April's election.