Keith Loveard
Post-election violence highlights gaping rift between Indonesia's secular and Islamist camps
May 24, 2019
Specter of popular uprising looms on horizon as Subianto's supporters reject Widodo's claims of re-election success
May 13, 2019
Underwhelming manner of victory leaves president without a convincing mandate to build on reforms in second term
April 24, 2019
With vote looming, supporters of rival Subianto cry foul as most surveys put incumbent ahead amid talk of police bias
April 8, 2019
Railway linking Kunming with Vientiane expected to bring influx of Chinese to tiny landlocked country
March 26, 2019
But will the outrage against pilgrimage pirates spread against those fleecing Indonesian society as a whole?
March 7, 2019
Indonesian steps up his brave campaign for a more liberal interpretation of Islam
February 20, 2019
Indonesia agrees to accept UN mission to check claims of rights abuses, but promises have been broken before
February 6, 2019
President's move to try and release 2002 Bali bombings mastermind Abu Bakar Ba'asyir threatens to derail his re-election bid
January 25, 2019
Voters don’t appear to be too excited about the choices: incumbent President Joko Widodo or former general Prabowo Subianto
January 21, 2019
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