Indonesia analyst Jim Della-Giacoma sifts through the sainted and the spurned in Jokowi's new cabinet.
Indonesia's new President may struggle to fulfil his wide-ranging promises of reform, writes freelance journalist Ari Sharp.
US Secretary of State John Kerry made an extraordinary speech calling for Indonesia to address climate change or risk losing everything. Crikey intern Luca Zuccaro looks into what the archipelago is doing to protect itself from catastrophe.
Jakarta is the biggest "Twitter city" in the world. Henry Belot of The Citizen looks at the impact of social media on next year's Indonesian presidential election -- and it's not all rosy.
What should have been a brief exchange of pleasantries turned into a diplomatic disaster when Julie Bishop outlined the opposition’s policy on "sending back" asylum seeker boats to Indonesia.
This Christmas appears likely to be a gloomy one for the congregation of GKI Yasmin, writes Stuart Ranfurlie, a freelance journalist in Jakarta.
The 2011 Southeast Asian Games have been plagued by controversies that reflect pressures within Indonesian society and government, reports Simon Creak in Inside Story. But the organisers might just pull it off
Indonesia’s next presidential election may still be three years away, but that has done little to dampen speculation over who will put themselves forward, writes Stuart Ranfurlie, a freelance journalist in Jakarta.
Bede Moore, who studied Indonesian history at Harvard and Leiden universities, takes a look at two major changes facing the Indonesian military on its 66th anniversary.