Millennials don’t remember Washington behaving as a great power or helpful ally, so support for the alliance is waning.
As Victoria enters a COVID-19 induced state of disaster, more transparency is needed between emergency response public health measures and their economic, social and political consequences.
6 progressive Indonesian films with LGBT characters making a difference in an increasingly conservative society
From a ‘lengger’ coming to terms with his body, to a young woman’s search for her transgender sex worker father, these movies prove the power of cinema to shift the conversation.
The government needs a fast public policy response in emergency periods, and the public needs data transparency and data policies made clear.
State-owned company PT Bio Farma is looking for volunteers to assist in the clinical trial of a COVID-19 candidate vaccine developed with Chinese firm Sinovac Biotech.
Part two of this interview examines the effects of the pandemic, relationships with China, the US and others, and the next presidential election.
From the early days of science in the Dutch East Indies, there is strong evidence of collaboration, rather than diffusion by the colonisers, with the process carried out through an intense two-way communication.
Local fishers have opposed the Sulawesi development, saying it will damage the ecosystem that they depend on for their livelihood.
Java is at the advantage of being the home base for many ministry-run laboratories, state universities and private hospitals and labs.
Australia’s realigning strategic focus in the face of adverse strategic trends is perfectly reasonable but the focus on Southeast Asia raises the question of where Indonesia fits in.
Four Indonesian influencers talk openly about ‘deviant sex’, body-shaming and other culturally sensitive issues
Next-gen role models are challenging the government over their response to coronavirus, sex advice, gay rights and self-love.
Australia’s national science agency CSIRO will work with Indonesian research partners to strengthen Indonesia’s pandemic preparedness.
For workers, especially in the palm oil sector, the draft Omnibus Bill takes away the safety net and weakens their labour protections.