While the Indonesian economy has been recovering ever since the second quarter of 2021, there is some concern that Indonesia will experience a small first quarter hiccup.
After the Western allies have imposed sanctions against Russia, the world has to face soaring oil and other commodity prices, and other economic disruption across the globe.
Property prices already rising as work on basic infrastructure moves ahead.
Indonesia has announced the name of its new capital — Nusantara. Kevin Evans, Indonesia director of the Australia-Indonesia Centre, explains why Indonesia’s government is relocating out of Jakarta, where Nusantara will be, when it will happen, and the meaning of the name.
Indonesia will take a big step on the global stage this year – are Australians paying enough attention?
Many Australians are probably unaware that neighbouring Indonesia has assumed the G20 presidency and will host the crucial meeting of the world’s largest economies for the first time in October.
It may sound fantastical, but what if I told you some of Australia’s most important diplomatic work took place about 15km outside of Braidwood?
Indonesia will push for the creation of a new global health agency while the country holds the presidency of the G20, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said Thursday at the virtual Davos forum.
As COVID-19 has spread across the globe, governments everywhere have wrestled with a terrible question: what cost in lives is acceptable in order to keep the economy functioning?
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has stressed that Law No.11 of 2020 on Job Creation Law still prevails following the Constitutional Court’s (MK’s) ruling.
Fears explosion in Jakarta could mark escalation in campaign against those working on West Papua issues
“We need not only money, but also state recognition and justice,” said the victim of the 1965 tragedy.
Environmentalists have slammed a move by the Indonesian government to let a three-year moratorium on new permits for oil plantations to lapse.
Saya senang mengumumkan bahwa Duta Besar Australia yang baru untuk Indonesia, Yang Terhormat Penny Williams PSM, telah bergabung dengan dewan penasihat Australia-Indonesia Centre.
Australia’s new Ambassador to Jakarta joins the Australia-Indonesia Centre as part of an extensive career as a diplomat.