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The US is helping Indonesians build startups while Australia is busy selling diplomas

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A study of over 300 successful Indonesian technology co-founders shows that 61% had either studied or worked overseas. This begs the question – why have so many successful Indonesian entrepreneurs traveled abroad?

Why vice presidents matter in Indonesia - especially in 2024

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The intense speculation and fanfare surrounding presidential nominations can leave the vice presidential role looking like an afterthought. But vice presidential nominations have historically had a major influence on presidential campaigns - and 2024 will be no different.

Does Indonesia’s higher education system need a reset?

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Researchers in Indonesia are alienated from their work because they lack academic freedom, their roles reduced to ticking administrative boxes. Professor Sulistyowati Irianto believes Indonesian universities are in need of reform.

Why Australia and Indonesia should build a comprehensive partnership on climate change and the energy transition

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Indonesia is one of the most climate-vulnerable nations in the world. Richard Mathews thinks Australia should be doing more to help Indonesia make the clean energy transition.

Who are the elites who control Indonesian politics?

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Political position, wealth, and access to and control over policy are all important in determining who is part of the political elite in Indonesia.

Can a Constitutional Court judgment be changed? Newly installed judge faces Ethics Council

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The legislature's controversial appointment to the Constitutional Court, Guntur Hamzah, has already faced the court's Ethics Council for altering the text of a decision.

Beyond Syaikh Zayed Grand Mosque: the UAE and Arab-Indonesian relations

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What is behind the growing ties between Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates?

Foreign influencers in Indonesia: love of the country or a ploy for popularity?

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What is behind the growing number of foreign influencers producing content about Indonesia?

Labour Party revives for 2024 elections

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Recent attacks on workers' rights have galvanised the union sector and prompted the revival of the Indonesian Labour Party.

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