On motorcycles, cars, buses, planes or by boat, millions of Indonesians are travelling to their hometowns in the annual Idul Fitri holiday exodus.
The prospects of China acting as a peace mediator are much less likely closer to home.
Soft power through major events has been a hallmark of President Widodo’s foreign policy.
Plastics have transformed our modern world, providing a flexible, durable, lightweight material with a remarkable range of applications.
Eleven Indonesian fishermen have survived six days without food and water on a remote reef off Western Australia’s northern coast.
As Indonesian football finds itself at the crossroads once more, players and fans are again the biggest losers
Once again, Indonesian football finds itself at a crossroads with uncertainty over its future in the wake of being removed as hosts of the upcoming FIFA U-20 World Cup.
Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin has assured that the number of COVID-19 cases ahead of 1444 Hijri/2023 Eid al-Fitr is still under control, although seven Arcturus infections have been detected in Indonesia so far.
Indonesia’s central bank this week kept its benchmark interest rates unchanged for a third straight meeting, predicting headline inflation would be back within its target sooner and after the rupiah currency strengthened significantly.
It remains to be seen whether Indonesia, the bloc’s current chair, can lead a tougher and more effective regional response to the country’s conflict.
Chinese demand for Indonesian wood pulp is propping up industry ostracised elsewhere over sustainability concerns.
Drop Charges Against Rights Defenders Who Criticized Military Role in Papua.
The Ministry of Health has detected two cases of Omicron XBB.1.16 or Arcturus variant of COVID-19 in Indonesia based on the results of genome sequencing carried out in late March this year.
During the fourth quarter of 2022, TikTok removed 7.6 million videos from Indonesia, placing it among the countries with the most content violations.
Reformation in Indonesia is an ongoing process, especially when the democratic practices and institutions that exist in Indonesia are still young and under constant pressure from multiple angles.
The government has once again delayed the implementation of the long-awaited excise tax on sweetened beverages, raising questions over its commitment to improving post-coronavirus pandemic public health.
When the Indonesian government announced its food estate program in 2020, it envisioned the establishment of large-scale agricultural plantations across the country.