Southeast Asia’s largest country should seek complementary improvements in its relations with the two major world powers.
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) has cut ties with Indonesian palm oil, pulp and paper giant Korindo Group after allegations of deforestation and human rights abuses in the company’s concessions.
As Indonesia becomes the epicentre of the pandemic, a growing number of volunteer groups have assembled to fill in gaps in the government response.
Apex Legends Mobile will soon be launching in a closed beta later this year with Indonesia as their testing market for devices and population.
Many Indonesians and others across Asia getting vaccinated while on vacation — what one tour company has dubbed “Air V&V”.
As Thailand and Indonesia go electric, hybrid-focused players risk losing out.
The results of research published sheds light on why women are minimally represented in official Covid-19 taskforce structures while having overwhelming majority representation in the frontlines of emergency and pandemic responses.
While the Northern Territory sites are well-documented, the Kimberley fishing camps have not been studied since the 1960s. That’s set to change.
An Indonesian court has sentenced disgraced former fisheries minister Edhy Prabowo to five years in jail in relation to a controversial policy to resume exports of lobster larvae.
Competition in the digital banking sector in Indonesia is heating up as technology companies muscle into the scene, capturing a chunk of the market share from large rigid traditional banks.
While COVID-19 has overwhelmed the best healthcare systems in developed nations, resource-limited hospitals in countries such as Indonesia faced even greater, unprecedented challenges.
On a deeper level comes the question of cooperation between the mainland Southeast Asian states, of which there appears to be almost nil in terms of vaccination.
Meningkatnya kasus positif COVID-19 di Indonesia dalam dua bulan terakhir sangat mengkhawatirkan karena bisa meningkatkan jumlah kematian, meruntuhkan layanan kesehatan di rumah sakit, dan memperpanjang masa pandemi.
Indonesia’s COVID disaster a ‘child rights crisis on our doorstep’, warns Save the Children Australia
Indonesia’s rapidly escalating COVID-19 outbreak is infecting and killing children at an unprecedented rate, as Save the Children Indonesia issues an urgent plea to the international community for more vaccines.