Jokowi and the constraints on a populist presidency

When Joko Widodo won Indonesia’s 2014 presidential election, his victory was greeted as a historic breakthrough for Indonesian democracy.

Counter-terrorism expert Clive Williams fears terrorists could plant bomb on Australian-bound plane from South East Asia

As fears grow of another possible terrorist attack in Europe, security experts warn that Australians should be more worried about the risks closer to home.

Terrorism and the end of time: apocalyptic thinking within Indonesian jihadism

One of the most popular sub-genres of jihadist literature in Indonesia concerns the end of the world.

Money politics and the prisoner’s dilemma

Up to 62 million Indonesians offered material benefits in return for their vote during the 2014 legislative election.

20 years of ANU student exchanges to Indonesia

The Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesia Studies has been bringing Australian students to Indonesia for two decades, writes Kate Prestt.

Targeted money politics: The interplay between partisanship and clientelism in Indonesia

How prevalent is money politics in Indonesia, and under what conditions is money politics effective?

Turnbull: any implications for Indonesia?

William Maley and Awidya Santikajaya discuss what a new Australian PM means for Jakarta.

Stability and stagnation under SBY

A new book by Ed Aspinall, Marcus Mietzner and Dirk Tomsa assesses the presidency of Indonesia's Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

Australia-Indonesia relations: More than just management

Professor Hugh White discusses Australia’s turbulent relationship with Indonesia.

Countering Islamic State is a way to strengthen Australia-Indonesia relations

The one thing Indonesia and Australia can agree on.


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