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Edition 28 June 2018

  • Rethinking Regional Elections
    Opinion

    Rethinking Regional Elections

    Despite the frenetic hype and bluster surrounding the upcoming regional elections, unfortunately we have not seen many quality candidates in the ballot cards....

  • Not an Ordinary Crime
    Opinion

    Not an Ordinary Crime

    The draft criminal code classifies corruption as an ordinary crime. President Jokowi must step in....

  • The Mysterious Death of Muhammad Yusuf
    Opinion

    The Mysterious Death of Muhammad Yusuf

    A reporter who spoke out strongly against a large South Kalimantan company's violations has died in custody. This is a step backward for freedom of the press in the country. ...

  • In Need of Leadership
    Opinion

    In Need of Leadership

    Development projects in special economic zones have yet to bear fruit. Tax incentives alone are insufficient....

  • Four Keys Towards Jokowi’s Success
    Cover Story

    Four Keys Towards Jokowi’s Success

    The 2018 regional head elections are a warm-up to next year’s presidential election. Fierce competition is taking place in strategic areas home to large pockets of voters. Volunteers supporting Joko...

  • Smear Campaign Magic In A Tight Race
    Cover Story

    Smear Campaign Magic In A Tight Race

    Some voters seem to have shifted their support from Deddy-Dedi to the Sudrajat-Syaikhu campaign. They are in a tight race with Ridwan-Uu....

  • David vs Goliath in Central Java
    Cover Story

    David vs Goliath in Central Java

    Ganjar Pranowo has a decisive lead over Sudirman Said in a number of surveys. He has the benefit of PDI-P loyalists and Jokowi supporters....

  • The Ruling Before the Holiday
    Cover Story

    The Ruling Before the Holiday

    As election day approaches, the electability of Khofifah-Emil Dardak has surpassed Saifullah-Puti. The support of the kiai is still a key factor. ...

  • Playing Race and Religion Cards
    Cover Story

    Playing Race and Religion Cards

    The competing Djarot-Sihar and Edy-Musa tickets are neck to neck in North Sumatra. Both are playing to voters' sentiments....

  • Development Area Patchwork
    Economy

    Development Area Patchwork

    The development of a number of special economic zones missed the target. Land is still a problematic issue....

  • Economy

    Economy

    Determination in Mandalika

    At Kuta Beach, Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, young boys could be seen offering their ware.

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  • Law

    Criminal Code’s Corruption Clauses

    The KPK and anti-corruption activists have expressed strong rejections against some corruption clauses in the Criminal Code’s draft revision. Both groups have made petitions and appealed to the Pres...

  • Law

    Corruption Eradication Commission Deputy Chair, Laode Muhammad Syarif: Many Articles Benefit the Corrupt

    THE Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) rejects the Criminal Code (KUHP) draft revision currently in deliberation at the House of Representatives (DPR)....

  • Law

    Member of the government's formulating team, Enny Nurbaningsih: It's Completely Mistaken to Say Corruption Eradication could Be Weakened

    DESPITE rejections on many fronts, the government is still bent on including corruption crimes in the Criminal Code (KUHP) draft revision. ...



  • Giving their All
    Outreach

    Giving their All

    Pencak Dor does not apply many rules. Fighters must master numerous martial arts techniques to avoid injury....

  • A Blank Page in Venice
    Arts

    A Blank Page in Venice

    The Indonesia Pavilion in the Biennale Architettura 2018 La Biennale Venezia is awe-inspiring in its simplicity. The blank page received accolades from the public. ...

  • Public Support on Government’s Debt
    International

    Public Support on Government’s Debt

    Malaysia recently released an intitiative called Tabung Harapan to alleviate its national debt and appeal to public charity....

  • Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo: Our Economy is Stronger
    Interview

    Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo: Our Economy is Stronger

    PERRY Warjiyo, 59, is like a new captain directly encountering stormy waters....

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