Mar 2014

Benedict Rogers and Scott Flipse

Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim-majority nation, third largest democracy, fourth most populous country and sixteenth largest economy is at a crossroads: politically, economically and socially.

Jan 2014

Evidence found during a deadly police raid against suspected terrorists this week reinforced expert assessments that terror networks remain a weakened force in Indonesia, with militants eyeing a variety of major targets that appear largely beyond their connections, funding and expertise.

Nov 2013

Champions of pluralism urged the government to heed their call to counter the rise of religious intolerance.

Wahid Institute’s Yenny Wahid — icon of pluralism, Abdurrahman “Gus Dur” Wahid’s daughter — said that the government needed to ensure its citizen’s rights to practice their religion.

Nov 2013

Microfinance for Religious and Ethnic Harmony

Within a month, there was accumulated savings of 500 thousand rupiahs. Until August of 2013, Al-Medinan managed amount of capital approximately 6 million rupiahs.

Nov 2013

It's long been a love-hate thing, but now the hate, at least in Indonesia, is being ramped up

On Sunday morning, while waiting for his flight to the Sumatran town of Bengkulu, Indonesian democracy activist Rumadi Ahmad tweeted: “I keep praying that Indonesian-Australian relations won’t reach the lowest point.”

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