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Talking Indonesia: 200th episode

To celebrate Talking Indonesia's 200th episode, our hosts reflect on some of their favourite episodes, discussing topics as diverse as media freedom, illegal fishing, racism and gender equality.

Can Indonesian cultural products rival the Korean Wave?

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Sandiaga Uno recently encouraged Indonesians to consume less Korean television and music in favour of local arts and cultural products. Many are sceptical.

Talking Indonesia: the Kanjuruhan football disaster

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Why would police use tear gas in a sold-out stadium, and what accountability is likely after the death of so many fans? Dr Dave McRae speaks to Usman Hamid and Yogi Setya Permana in the wake of the Kanjuruhan tragedy.

The toxic masculinity of Indonesia’s police was on full display in Malang

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Australia should reflect on its role in financing and militarising Indonesia's police force.

The DPR attacks the Constitutional Court – and judicial independence

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The DPR's recent attempt to replace one of the judges on the Constitutional Court undermines judicial independence and the rule of law.

The disposable lives of Indonesian football fans

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The tragedy in Malang was entirely avoidable. Sadly, those culpable will likely escape without appropriate punishment.

Is it time for Indonesia’s media to act on growing Chinese influence?

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Since 2019, China has greatly expanded its efforts to influence media in Indonesia.  

Talking Indonesia: Muslim women scholars

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What are some of the biggest challenges faced by Muslim women leaders in Indonesia? Tito Ambyo chats to Dwi Rubiyanti Kholifah about the Congress of Indonesian Women Ulama in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Democracy won’t be making the move to Indonesia’s new capital

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Residents in Indonesia's new capital will not be able to vote for their own local government.

Talking Indonesia: 200th episode

To celebrate Talking Indonesia's 200th episode, our hosts reflect on some of their favourite episodes, discussing topics as diverse as media freedom, illegal fishing, racism and gender equality.

Can Indonesian cultural products rival the Korean Wave?

, ,
Sandiaga Uno recently encouraged Indonesians to consume less Korean television and music in favour of local arts and cultural products. Many are sceptical.

Talking Indonesia: the Kanjuruhan football disaster

, ,
Why would police use tear gas in a sold-out stadium, and what accountability is likely after the death of so many fans? Dr Dave McRae speaks to Usman Hamid and Yogi Setya Permana in the wake of the Kanjuruhan tragedy.

The toxic masculinity of Indonesia’s police was on full display in Malang

, ,
Australia should reflect on its role in financing and militarising Indonesia's police force.

The DPR attacks the Constitutional Court – and judicial independence

, ,
The DPR's recent attempt to replace one of the judges on the Constitutional Court undermines judicial independence and the rule of law.

The disposable lives of Indonesian football fans

, ,
The tragedy in Malang was entirely avoidable. Sadly, those culpable will likely escape without appropriate punishment.

Is it time for Indonesia’s media to act on growing Chinese influence?

,
Since 2019, China has greatly expanded its efforts to influence media in Indonesia.  

Talking Indonesia: Muslim women scholars

, ,
What are some of the biggest challenges faced by Muslim women leaders in Indonesia? Tito Ambyo chats to Dwi Rubiyanti Kholifah about the Congress of Indonesian Women Ulama in the latest episode of Talking Indonesia.

Democracy won’t be making the move to Indonesia’s new capital

, ,
Residents in Indonesia's new capital will not be able to vote for their own local government.

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