Azyumardi Azra: the sleepless and inspirational intellectual who transformed Islamic education

Much-loved scholar of Islam and prominent public intellectual Azyumardi Azra died suddenly on 18 September.

Dangdut koplo takes centre stage

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The recent performance of a dangdut koplo song at the Presidential Palace was an important acknowledgement of an often-maligned musical genre.

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


Talking Indonesia: the Sexual Violence Law

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What does the newly passed Law on Sexual Violence (UU TPKS) achieve for victims of sexual violence? Dr Jacqui Baker chats to Andy Yentriyani from Komnas Perempuan in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Azyumardi Azra: the sleepless and inspirational intellectual who transformed Islamic education

Much-loved scholar of Islam and prominent public intellectual Azyumardi Azra died suddenly on 18 September.

Dangdut koplo takes centre stage

,
The recent performance of a dangdut koplo song at the Presidential Palace was an important acknowledgement of an often-maligned musical genre.

Talking Indonesia: plastics pollution

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What is happening at the grassroots in Indonesia in response to the environmental emergencies that communities face every day? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Ewa Wojkowska and Gede Robi in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Strange bedfellows: why do far-right leaders support Indonesia’s promotion of ‘moderate Islam’?

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Indonesia’s promotion of “moderate Islam” has gained support from some unlikely allies.

How can Indonesia better protect the rights of oil palm smallholder farmers?

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The government’s recent decision to ban palm oil exports has shone a light on the many governance problems in the palm oil industry.

Talking Indonesia: the Taiwan crisis

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How would Indonesia respond in the event of armed conflict between China and Taiwan? Dr Dave McRae chats with Ratih Kabinawa in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Indonesia’s last chance for a progressive criminal code

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Indonesia’s controversial new revised criminal code (RKUHP) looks close to being passed. What are the pressing issues the government needs to fix?

2024 election shaping up as a four-horse race, as elite manoeuvring intensifies

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The 2024 presidential race is already heating up. Who are the main contenders, and which party coalitions might back them?

Talking Indonesia: the Sexual Violence Law

,
What does the newly passed Law on Sexual Violence (UU TPKS) achieve for victims of sexual violence? Dr Jacqui Baker chats to Andy Yentriyani from Komnas Perempuan in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Azyumardi Azra: the sleepless and inspirational intellectual who transformed Islamic education

Much-loved scholar of Islam and prominent public intellectual Azyumardi Azra died suddenly on 18 September.

Dangdut koplo takes centre stage

,
The recent performance of a dangdut koplo song at the Presidential Palace was an important acknowledgement of an often-maligned musical genre.

Talking Indonesia: plastics pollution

,
What is happening at the grassroots in Indonesia in response to the environmental emergencies that communities face every day? Dr Jemma Purdey chats to Ewa Wojkowska and Gede Robi in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Strange bedfellows: why do far-right leaders support Indonesia’s promotion of ‘moderate Islam’?

, , ,
Indonesia’s promotion of “moderate Islam” has gained support from some unlikely allies.

How can Indonesia better protect the rights of oil palm smallholder farmers?

, ,
The government’s recent decision to ban palm oil exports has shone a light on the many governance problems in the palm oil industry.

Talking Indonesia: the Taiwan crisis

,
How would Indonesia respond in the event of armed conflict between China and Taiwan? Dr Dave McRae chats with Ratih Kabinawa in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Indonesia’s last chance for a progressive criminal code

, ,
Indonesia’s controversial new revised criminal code (RKUHP) looks close to being passed. What are the pressing issues the government needs to fix?

2024 election shaping up as a four-horse race, as elite manoeuvring intensifies

, ,
The 2024 presidential race is already heating up. Who are the main contenders, and which party coalitions might back them?

TALKING INDONESIA PODCASTSee all


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