On Feb. 1, I achieved historical continuity between Hungary and Indonesia — well, at least in connection to my father and me. How so?
Before the liberalization of air services in Southeast Asia, my family made do with road trips to neighboring Singapore and southern Thailand.
Underneath all those hot regional conflicts, another war is being fought — one that is conducted much more silently and stealthily.
The Zika virus has suddenly caught everybody’s attention. The virus has spread to at least 29 countries worldwide.
In the past few years, gender parity as an issue has cropped up repeatedly at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF).
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What are unjustifiable lawsuits against press freedom? This is an issue journalists observing National Press Day on Feb.
Since October 2015, Indonesia has been chair of the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), a regional institution comprising coastal states bordering the Indian Ocean.
One by one, political parties in the opposition camp are joining the ruling coalition in supporting Jokowi’s administration.
The White House has announced that US President Barack Obama will host a summit for 10 ASEAN leaders in Sunnylands, California, US on Feb. 15 and 16.
Banning booze may appear an easy solution to a nation’s ills.
A 22-hour voyage from Surabaya to Lombok aboard the KRI Makassar naval warship marked the commemoration of this year’s National Press Day, as if to reflect the rough seas Indonesian journalists m
“A warrior is never afraid to walk alone, when he is walking on the road of truth, the road of honor,” said the founder of the Gerindra party, Lt. Gen. (ret) Prabowo Subianto, on Saturday.
It has been 13 years since democracy icon and late former president Abdurrahman “Gus Dur” Wahid restored to Chinese-Indonesians the right to openly express their ethnic identity, including the
Indonesia, arguably the world’s largest archipelagic country with a vast diversity of cultures, rich in natural attractions and historical heritage, logged a mere 9.73 million foreign tourist arr
The 2009 Health Law clearly bans the sale of human organs for any reason.
In a marked contrast to his quick decision on the US$5.5 billion Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway project, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo seems to have been unwisely slow in making his decisi
The world is gearing up for a fight against the Zika virus, as evinced in the WHO’s call for an emergency meeting on Monday to find ways to eradicate the disease.
We find it difficult to understand why President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has insisted on launching the construction of the US$5.5 billion, 150-kilometer high-speed railway project linking Jakarta
Corrupt lawmakers are rejoicing this week after winning the right to amend Law No.