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Edition 11 December 2018

  • No More Heroes
    Special Report

    No More Heroes

    LATELY, Indonesian cinema has been dominated by films with virtuous, pious, and flawless protagonists....

  • The Problem of a Lengger’s Body
    Special Report

    The Problem of a Lengger’s Body

    This film is the perfect mix between strong narration, poetic images, and socio-political criticism typical of Garin Nugroho. ...

  • DANCE AS THE STORY’S DRIVER
    Special Report

    DANCE AS THE STORY’S DRIVER

    Kucumbu Tubuh Indahku explores masculine and feminine subjects within a single body. It is the peak of Garin Nugroho’s maturity as a film director....

  • Lonely Gading
    Special Report

    Lonely Gading

    Gading Marten acts naturally in the film Love for Sale, completely immersed in his character, an owner of a desolate print shop. ...

  • Peering into  the Obsessive-Compulsive Soul
    Special Report

    Peering into the Obsessive-Compulsive Soul

    Raihaanun has brilliantly succeeded playing May. She manages to conquer May’s various and difficult spectrum of emotions....

  • Bloody Sunday in a Red Area
    National

    Bloody Sunday in a Red Area

    An armed group in Papua attacked construction workers and a soldier in the Nduga regency. ...

  • This Is A Slaughter
    National

    This Is A Slaughter

    INDONESIAN soldiers not only secure the region, but also took part in building the Trans Papua roads. ...

  • Army Bullets in Rebels’ Guns
    National

    Army Bullets in Rebels’ Guns

    Pro-independence militias bought ammunition from the Indonesian Military. Some of the weapons are suspected from the Philippines and Thailand. ...

  • Hitchhikers’ guide to Freeport
    Economy

    Hitchhikers’ guide to Freeport

    The government suspects piggybacking by private investors during the divestment process of Freeport Indonesia’s shares....

  • Rage over a Name
    Economy

    Rage over a Name

    Rage over a Name...

  • Economy

    Economy

    Red Carpet from the Government

    Since stepping down from Pertamina, Dwi Soetjipto had been the top bet for the next SKK Migas chief, his popularity exceeding two other candidates.

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  • Law

    Judges Attempt to Smash Tennis Fees

    Some regional judges are complaining about salary deductions from the central authority....

  • Outreach

    ancient Disaster Warnings

    Some oral accounts of past disasters are seen as warnings passed on from one generation to another. ...

  • Word Watch

    Taking Stock

    OCTOBER was language month in Indonesia. ...



  • A Demand for BTN Accountability
    Letters

    A Demand for BTN Accountability

    WE, the residents of the Bumi Malayu Selaras Housing Complex in Sirnajaya village....

  • *Where’s the news!
    Cartoon

    *Where’s the news!

    Cartoon: Yuyun Nurrachman...

  • A Festival for A Cause
    Opinion

    A Festival for A Cause

    SINCE politics is currently making us all feel so woolly-headed, let’s talk about movies....

  • No Military Operation in Papua
    Opinion

    No Military Operation in Papua

    The murder case of Istaka Karya workers and a TNI soldier in Papua should not be responded to with too much commotion....

  • Don’t Shoot the Messenger
    Opinion

    Don’t Shoot the Messenger

    A Judicial Commission spokesman has been reported to the police for exposing levies demanded from judges....

  • Revitalising Upstream Oil and Gas
    Opinion

    Revitalising Upstream Oil and Gas

    Oil and gas production continue to decline. Needed are incentives and vouchsafing for business to increase investment....

  • Sidelines

    In the 19th century, an old man in Surakarta observed with sadness what was going on around him: young men parading their piety.

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