It is necessary for Indonesia to develop its own Covid-19 vaccine. And it will be by Indonesia, from Indonesia, to Indonesia.
Australia’s decision to acquire longer range strike capabilities will be welcomed by our strategic partners in south-east Asia.
Directly monetising a government deficit has long been a taboo, and raises potential risks around inflation and the central bank’s independence.
As the Australian government’s finances come under increasing pressure from the effects of Covid-19, so too might the scope for some forms of Defence investment in new capital equipment.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has told his Cabinet he is ready to reshuffle ministers or even disband government agencies he feels have not done enough to fight the coronavirus outbreak, according to his office.
Over the last decade, Indonesian entertainers who push social boundaries have found audiences on social media. But in the last few years, some have found opposition.
Indonesia lags in appointing women to key judicial posts and the gender gap in the region is closing at a glacial pace.
Before 2016, the term ‘LGBT’ was rarely used in Indonesia. But early that year, comments by a senior Indonesian politician prompted a dramatic shift toward public anti-LGBT discourse.
States are finding it increasingly difficult to deal with multiple contemporary issues – such as climate change, pandemics, terrorism and economic inequality – due to inefficiency and corruption.
Help is on the Way follows the lives of four Indonesian women workers either already working in Taiwan or training to go there.
An overview of the struggles experienced by women’s groups when dealing with gender-biased policies, with a focus on the fisheries and aquaculture sectors in South Sulawesi.
Why are Indonesia’s case numbers relatively low? Is the testing regime adequate? Have the government’s social restrictions regulations been successful? And what does the future hold?
There are about 70 million indigenous people across Indonesia, mostly in remote and isolated areas, and the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the inequality the have long faced.
Children and teenagers are most exposed to cigarette ads they regularly see in kiosks, sports events, music events, free samples, merchandise logos and discount offers.