Direktur Jenderal Perkeretaaapian Kementerian Perhubungan mempercepat pengerjaan jalur kereta api pertama di Sulawesi. Langkah ini sebagai upaya mengejar target operasi di Oktober 2022.
Anthony Albanese last week successfully passed what has become a foreign policy initiation for new Australian prime ministers: he established a good working relationship with his Indonesian counterpart.
March 2 marked a historic day for the global effort to eradicate plastic pollution. The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) finally passed a draft resolution to create an international, legally binding instrument to end plastic pollution.
Garuda Indonesia won overwhelming approval from creditors on Friday for its make-or-break restructuring proposal that staved off bankruptcy for the country’s oldest airline.
Thousands of visitors queued in front of food stalls in Sydney, being served dishes such as nasi padang, ayam penyet, Indonesian style meatballs, to instant noodle-flavored ice cream.
Indonesia’s National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM) has discussed the plan to hold a peaceful dialogue to resolve the problems in Papua during its visit to the United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
G20 countries have provisionally agreed to set up a multi-billion dollar fund that health officials have said will finance efforts like surveillance, research, and better access to vaccination for lower-to-middle income countries.
It’s great Albanese is in Indonesia, but Australia needs to do a lot more to reset relations. Here are 5 ways to start
A new Australian prime minister flying to Indonesia to “reset” relations is now so routine it would probably raise hackles in Jakarta if it didn’t happen.
INTERVIEW: Why there are grounds for optimism in Indonesia, even in an age of global democratic regression
One of the most gratifying insights from film research on the pandemic in Indonesia was the discovery that, in fact, after a period of initial uncertainty as some of the more radical Islamists mobilised, reports like these were quickly discredited.
The Australian Prime Minister’s visit to Makassar underscores the importance of a part of Indonesia which is a focus for the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s economic and social research projects.
Strengthening the global health architecture and building collaborative networks is necessary given considerable differences in the capacities of countries and regions in detecting as well as monitoring potential pathogens.
By going to Jakarta so early in his prime ministership, Anthony Albanese is practising what he preached during the election campaign about the importance he intends attaching to Indonesia.
Data Bicara: negara gagal lindungi mayoritas korban yang alami kekerasan seksual di lingkungan terdekat
Riset tersebut menemukan mayoritas korban merupakan perempuan di bawah umur dan mayoritas pelaku berasal dari lingkungan terdekat korban – dari pacar hingga anggota keluarga.
As the country with the largest Muslim population in the world, calls for an environmentally conscious Islam are growing in Indonesia.
‘Pushing the boundaries of innovation’: How 9 Indonesia start-ups become unicorns during the pandemic
The pandemic and subsequent restrictions forced millions of Indonesians to change their lifestyles and turn to technology to help with their day-to-day activities.