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Edition: Monday, February 12, 2018

The Malady of Papua

The deaths of 72 people in the Asmat Regency has highlighted health problems in the Province of Papua. As it turns out, the tens of trillions of rupiah budgeted by…

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Letter From

Letters

Opinion

Tragedy in Asmat

Anies’ Politics in Jakarta

Governor Anies Baswedan may be trying to make the capital more friendly for the poor. But it should be more than just rhetoric.

Economy

Market Pulse: Suspenseful Correction Gripping the Market

Trouble From Vietnam

The niche for the country’s automotive exports is disrupted after Vietnam applied new regulations. Tens of millions of dollars may be lost.

Outreach

Empowering Women in the Public Sphere

IN Indonesia, the public sphere has been dominated by men, with women set aside to the margins. This inequality in public participation has been exacerbated by women’s lack of capacity,…

A Prayer Answered

The Arika Mahina Foundation are organizing public discussions on gender equality to inform women in Poka village in Ambon, Maluku.

Diplomatic Bag

Momen

National

Momen

Between City Hall, the Palace and Kertanegara

Four months since he took office, Anies Baswedan admits to be focusing strongly on his campaign promises to Jakarta’s lower income groups. Prabowo called the Jakarta governor to ask whether…

Law

The Irony Of Zumi Zola

Jambi Governor Zumi Zola is named suspect for allegedly receiving Rp6 billion in bribes.

Horizons

Winai Dahlan: In His Grandfather’s Footsteps

Despite initial hesitation, the grandson of Muhammadiyah’s founder is now a prominent halal activist. The Muslim leader lives in Thailand.

Sidelines

Padmaavat