The recent altercation in the South China Sea between Chinese and Philippine vessels underscores the need for science diplomacy and cooperation in fisheries management
Given their common interests and challenges, countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific should foster closer ties
An assessment of Beijing’s signature foreign economic policy program and its impact and future in Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia, and Pakistan
A look at Indonesia’s efforts to get a handle on its mounting waste production problem and engage the public to achieve sustainable waste management
In losing the right to host the Under-20 World Cup, Indonesia is missing the chance to demonstrate diplomatic poise and how sport is a key platform for promoting peace
Islamic films have found a devoted market in Indonesia. This trend will be sustained if movies in this genre achieve commercial success.
Indonesia has surprised regional security analysts by pursuing much closer cooperation between its coast guard and China’s
The implementation of Indonesian legal sanctions and regulations on misinformation and disinformation faces challenges as the 2024 general election approaches
Researchers present concerning data on microplastics in humans as more Indonesians consume fish as part of their diet, increasing their exposure to contaminants
Indonesia faces challenges as it implements an ambitious but belated policy to pull the plug on analog TV and roll out digital
Indonesia’s decision to expand offshore energy exploration in controversial waters contested by China signals that Jakarta is prepared to meet the risks
Luther Lie of Harvard Law School considers whether the implementation of Indonesia’s recently passed personal data protection law will follow the EU and US initiatives
Nations can quit coal in a rapid, just and orderly manner but to do so, they need a coordinated mix of policies
An outline of efforts to address the environmental disaster and mitigate the risks.
The key to the success attained so far has been the implementation of much-needed reforms of state-owned enterprises.
Come what looks to be the trickiest summit ever, President Joko Widodo could bolster the G20’s relevance and Asia’s profile in world affairs.