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  • Jokowi Calls for Speedier Revisions
    Cover Story

    Jokowi Calls for Speedier Revisions

    After the terrorist bombings in Surabaya, Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged for a speedier conclusion to the anti-terrorism law's revisions.

  • The Syria-Surabaya Terror Axis
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    The Syria-Surabaya Terror Axis

    Indonesia's terror groups are now looking to the Islamic State (IS) after turning away from Al-Qaeda. Some of the 530 returnees from Syria are from Surabaya, East Java.

  • The Rebel in Unit Two
    Cover Story

    The Rebel in Unit Two

    Families who carried out the Surabaya bombings were connected through a religious study group. The children were also recruited.

  • East Java’s Sleeper Cells Attacks
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    East Java’s Sleeper Cells Attacks

    The Surabaya bombings are believed to have been inspired by the rioting at the National Police Mobile Brigade Headquarter in Depok, West Java. The attacks were carried out by pro-ISIS cells that have gone under police radar. These cells had planned to launch attacks later this year, including at an international event, but they acted ahead of schedule in East Java.

  • Premier Li’s Diplomatic Mission
    Economy

    Premier Li’s Diplomatic Mission

    Restricting the import of mandarins has allowed Indonesia to export its mangosteens to China, which has now ordered 2,000 tons to be delivered in the first half of this year.

  • Interview

    Interview

    Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad: If I Was A Dictator, People Would Not Choose Me

    After resigning from his position as Prime Minister of Malaysia in 2003, Mahathir Mohamad wanted to enjoy his retirement.

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  • Cover Story

    Jokowi Calls for Speedier Revisions

    After the terrorist bombings in Surabaya, Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged for a speedier conclusion to the anti-terrorism law's revisions.

  • Outreach

    The Wehea Dayak's Thanksgiving Tradition

    The Wehea Dayak held Lom Plai to celebrate the rice harvest. It is also to express their gratitude for the bounties of nature.

  • Economy

    Premier Li’s Diplomatic Mission

    Restricting the import of mandarins has allowed Indonesia to export its mangosteens to China, which has now ordered 2,000 tons to be delivered in the first half of this year.



  • Twenty Years After Shouts of ‘Reformasi!’
    Special Report

    Twenty Years After Shouts of ‘Reformasi!’

    Three days after university students occupied the parliament building, some even standing on its roof, Suharto announced that he was stepping down as the President of Indonesia.

  • A Vehicle for Suharto’s Legacy
    Special Report

    A Vehicle for Suharto’s Legacy

    Hutomo Mandala Putra intends to revive Suharto’s aspirations through Partai Berkarya. The party espouses the New Order regime’s three-point development plan (trilogi pembangunan).

  • Eternal Rivalry between the Army and the Police
    Special Report

    Eternal Rivalry between the Army and the Police

    After their separation, the TNI and Police are often seen competing with each other, such as in matters of personnel welfare on the field.

  • Still Waiting After Two Decades
    Special Report

    Still Waiting After Two Decades

    Families of human rights abuse victims during the Reformasi era have been relentlessly fighting to have a fair handling of their cases. All they’ve received so far are empty promises.

  • Superbody Trips Over Corruption
    Special Report

    Superbody Trips Over Corruption

    Reformasi gave birth to a number of new institutions. Some are beset by corruption and has had their authority stripped.

  • The Surviving Migrant Villages
    Special Report

    The Surviving Migrant Villages

    The New Order government developed a number of programs to build villages and regions outside the island of Java. Some programs have been maintained despite the changing regimes.

  • Worries Over Community Health Centers
    Special Report

    Worries Over Community Health Centers

    Posyandu and family planning have long been the mainstay of the government to overcome the problems of mother and child health care. With the implementation of regional autonomy, its performance has declined.

  • After the Storm
    Special Report

    After the Storm

    Some conglomerates managed to weather the 1997 economic storm. They rose up again with good strategies to make the best of the narrow window of market opportunities.

  • The Wehea Dayak's Thanksgiving Tradition
    Outreach

    The Wehea Dayak's Thanksgiving Tradition

    The Wehea Dayak held Lom Plai to celebrate the rice harvest. It is also to express their gratitude for the bounties of nature.

  • A Conservation Stronghold in Remote Kalimantan
    Outreach

    A Conservation Stronghold in Remote Kalimantan

    East Kalimantan’s wilderness has managed to keep the Wehea Protected Forest “hidden” amid logging and oil drilling. The 38,000-hectare forest is home to a variety of protected species, including the orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus). In the face of numerous challenges, the Wehea Dayak tribe has taken firm action to safeguard and preserve their forest and its resources, and are now working with the government, non-profit organizations and even companies. Meanwhile, the customary community also strives to maintain the natural balance by celebrating Lom Plai, a thanksgiving tradition. In celebration of World Biodiversity Day on May 22, Tempo English reports.

  • Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad: If I Was A Dictator, People Would Not Choose Me
    Interview

    Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad: If I Was A Dictator, People Would Not Choose Me

    After resigning from his position as Prime Minister of Malaysia in 2003, Mahathir Mohamad wanted to enjoy his retirement.

  • God and Laughter
    Sidelines

    God and Laughter

    A group of people arrives in Heaven, and God greets them, even though He momentarily forgets where they have come from-probably because their planet is about to come to an end.

  • Monday, February 26, 2018

    Longing For The Suharto Days

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