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  • What an Obama Presidency means for East Asia

    The United States is a very lucky country. When crises and malaise struck, the US got the leader she needed. This is how President Obama's election is to be seen.…

  • Text your say KPK new move

    Following its intensive investigations of alleged corruptors, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is now targeting illegal fees in public services. Will this work? Why?

  • Insight: What an Obama Presidency means for East Asia

    The United States is a very lucky country. When crises and malaise struck, the US got the leader she needed. This is how President Obama’s election is to be seen.…

  • Spot the difference: Investment agenda

    When it comes to making public statements about foreign investment, presidential candidates may share more similarities than differences.

  • MK rule may see 26 legislators lose seats

    Some 26 legislators-elect from nine winning parties, including the current House of Representatives speaker Agung Laksono, may lose their seats after the Constitutional Court annulled the announced legislative election results.

  • Text your say KPK new move

    Following its intensive investigations of alleged corruptors, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is now targeting illegal fees in public services. Will this work? Why?

  • Suramadu bridge touted to boost economy, create jobs

    On Wednesday, the President proudly opened Indonesia's longest bridge, "a domestic masterpiece" and a "milestone" for the country's infrastructure.

  • Omni under fire again as a plaintiff reports negligence

    Omni International Hospital is once again under fire, with a mother claiming her son was blinded after receiving treatment in the hospital's incubator.

  • More legislators accused of receiving bribe money in Bank Indonesia scandal

    Dozens of legislators received bribes in connection with Miranda Goeltom's 2004 election as Bank Indonesia's senior deputy governor, a whistle-blower revealed Wednesday.

  • Star-studded intel war underlines election

    The three presidential hopefuls have kicked off their campaigns with heavy contributions from retired top brass from the intelligence community. The involvement of former top commanders has resulted in a…