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  • Saut Situmorang, Deputy Chair, Corruption Eradication Commission: Find clean and ferocious ‘cats’
    Interview

    Saut Situmorang, Deputy Chair, Corruption Eradication Commission: Find clean and ferocious ‘cats’

    THE leadership selection process at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is under scrutiny following the selection committee’s announcement of 20 shortlisted candidates last Friday for the agency’s top seats.

  • Chair, Upstream Oil and Gas  Regulatory Special Task Force  Dwi Soetjipto:  For Now, All We can Do Is Hang On
    Interview

    Chair, Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Special Task Force Dwi Soetjipto: For Now, All We can Do Is Hang On

    OIL and gas production in Indonesia are continuing to decline, while consumption continues to increase. Up to the first semester of this year, production realization of oil and gas lifting reached 1.81 million barrels oil equivalent per day. This amount fulfils 86 percent of the 2019 State Budget (APBN).

  • From Menteng Unveiling Batavia
    In Memoriam

    From Menteng Unveiling Batavia

    Adolf Heuken wrote historical accounts of Jakarta with perseverance. His works are threatened with the absence of successors.

  • KPK Candidate Leaders Selection Committee Chair Yenti Garnasih:  We Are Not Looking  for Demi-gods
    Interview

    KPK Candidate Leaders Selection Committee Chair Yenti Garnasih: We Are Not Looking for Demi-gods

    The selection process of candidate leaders for the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) garnered much criticism because the committee invited candidacies from the police force and the attorney general’s office.

  • Muhadjir Effendy, Minister of Education and Culture: No More Favorite Schools
    Interview

    Muhadjir Effendy, Minister of Education and Culture: No More Favorite Schools

    EDUCATION and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy saw himself becoming the bane of some parents’ life in the past month.

  • We Will Not Stop Pursuing the BLBI Case
    Interview

    We Will Not Stop Pursuing the BLBI Case

    KPK Deputy chairman, Laode Muhammad Syarif

  • Feeling At Home
    Scene & Heard

    Feeling At Home

    EVERY time he visits Jakarta, North Kalimantan governor Irianto Lambrie feels he is coming home. And it is simply because he often hears the citizens of Jakarta talking about places in this youngest province of the country.

  • Constitutional judge I Dewa Gede Palguna:  Some Try to Delegitimize US
    Interview

    Constitutional judge I Dewa Gede Palguna: Some Try to Delegitimize US

    The election result dispute trial that kept the entire nation on its toes has finally reached an end.

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  • General Andika Perkasa, the Indonesian Army Chief of Staff: I Have No Reason to Distrust Polri
    Interview

    General Andika Perkasa, the Indonesian Army Chief of Staff: I Have No Reason to Distrust Polri

    THE Indonesian armed forces, particularly the army, found itself caught in a crossfire between supporters of Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto who are bitterly polarized in the recent presidential election.

  • This Is Not Only About Returning People Home
    Interview

    This Is Not Only About Returning People Home

    Commissioner General Suhardi Alius, chief of the National Counterterrorism Agency

  • Indonesian Actors Are Not Subpar Compared to Hollywood Stars
    Interview

    Indonesian Actors Are Not Subpar Compared to Hollywood Stars

    Yayan Ruhian: Actor and Martial Arts Choreographer

  • Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi, Foreign Minister:  We Can Only Remind the World About Palestine
    Interview

    Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi, Foreign Minister: We Can Only Remind the World About Palestine

    NEW YORK has almost become a second home of late to Foreign Minister Retno Lestari. Through the month of May, she has to fly back and forth between Jakarta and New York on almost 24 hours long flights to fulfill the UN Security Council (UNSC)’s tight agendas.

  • Joanne Liu, President of Médecins sans Frontières: We need Indonesia to speak up
    Interview

    Joanne Liu, President of Médecins sans Frontières: We need Indonesia to speak up

    Established in December 22, 1971 in Paris, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) or Doctors without Border, a non-governmental medical organization, almost always has its presence in conflict zones as well as countries affected by endemic diseases. Last year, MSF has managed considerably huge aid operations in three countries—South Sudan, Congo and Yemen—which have been struck by deadly conflicts and diseases.

  • Budi Karya Sumadi, Transportation Minister:  Everybody complains about airplane tickets
    Interview

    Budi Karya Sumadi, Transportation Minister: Everybody complains about airplane tickets

    Two weeks ago, the #PecatBudiKarya (#FireBudiKarya) campaign reverberated across Twitter.

  • Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister of National Development Planning:  The New Capital Will Not Be A Second Jakarta
    Interview

    Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister of National Development Planning: The New Capital Will Not Be A Second Jakarta

    A mid severe floods that saw parts of Jakarta submerged at the end of April, President Joko Widodo rekindled the plan to move the capital city.

  • Ilham Saputra: General Election Commission Commissioner  Enough with Simultaneous Elections
    Interview

    Ilham Saputra: General Election Commission Commissioner Enough with Simultaneous Elections

    This year’s presidential and legislative elections simultaneously held on April 17 have left a trail of sorrows in its wake.

  • Joko Widodo, President of the Republic of Indonesia: Leaders Should Not Inflame Situations
    Interview

    Joko Widodo, President of the Republic of Indonesia: Leaders Should Not Inflame Situations

    Public orations rejecting the quick count results of the 2019 presidential election trouble President Joko Widodo.

  • Neles Tebay Clears The Path Clearing
    Obituari

    Neles Tebay Clears The Path Clearing

    Papuan peacemonger for his province, Father Neles Kebadabi Tebay, has passed. He was adamant that peace could be wrought through dialogue.

  •  There Was No Structured Cheating
    Interview

    There Was No Structured Cheating

    Abhan, Chair, Election Supervisory Board:

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