Why has the Indonesian government failed to do more to adopt health policies consistent with the right to health? What have been the main obstacles to change?
Fintech start-up Ajaib has decided to layoff 67 employees, joining the ongoing axing spree afflicting Indonesia’s tech industry.
Remarkably lax” and “laissez-faire” law enforcement efforts by conservation authorities in Indonesia have allowed the killing, capture and trade of scores of orangutans to persist, according to a recent study.
Navy Chief of Staff Admiral Yudo Margono has been nominated by President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo as the new commander of the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI) replacing General Andika Perkasa, a senior lawmaker confirmed on Monday.
Indonesia’s kebaya supporters are pushing for their country to join a multinational bid to nominate the traditional costume for Unesco’s intangible cultural heritage list.
It is regrettable that the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are not playing a role in handling Rohingya refugees in Indonesia.
The global incidence of tuberculosis is decreasing, yet it remains high in Indonesia.
How can Indonesian researchers better share their knowledge and expertise with the world?
More than 60 Australian and Indonesian personnel from a range of specialist functions trained side-by-side in Surabaya, Indonesia, as part of Exercise Nusa Bhakti Ausindo 22 (NBA22).
Continued carbon emissions would significantly reduce rice and coffee production in Indonesia — one of the world’s top producers of both crops — according to a study.
Five years after his death, a new version of Gurrumul’s Bayini shines light on Indigenous Australia’s pre-colonial ties with Indonesia
Thanks to a new release of Rraywun Maymuru’s song Bayini performed by Gurrumul Yunupingu, the little-known relationship between Australia’s First Nations people and the Makassar of the Indonesian archipelago is back in the spotlight.
As former Twitter employees speak up about the possibility of the social platform’s collapse, its users talk about the prospect of moving out.
The existence of civil society organisations does not necessarily introduce democratic change and they may face limitations in advancing a liberal political order.
Indonesia says that the imported vaccines are insufficient to create herd immunity against the foot-and-mouth disease that suddenly returned in May.
How can one of the least politically appealing issues in Indonesia turn into a central piece of the national debate linked to the elections set for 2024?