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June 27, 2020

Tempo - June 27, 2020

Jakarta – Chairman of the Synod of Indonesia Gospel Tabernacle Church (Kingmi) in Papua, Rev.

June 19, 2020

Tempo - June 19, 2020

Jakarta – The Government Regulation on the Public Housing Savings Program has sparked controversy. It adds to the burdens of workers and businesses.

June 18, 2020

Sydney Morning Herald - June 18, 2020

Veronica Koman and Ronny Kareni – Over the past few months, a terrible injustice has been playing out in Indonesia's legal system: 56 black political prisoners put on trial for treason

Tempo - June 18, 2020

Jakarta – The government must not continue its mistaken policies in Papua. Stop the violence and start the dialogue.

June 17, 2020

Tempo - June 17, 2020

Jakarta – President Joko Widodo may well give the excuse that the nomination of his son and son-in-law in elections for regional heads this December does not break any rules.

Asian today - June 17, 2020

By Umair Jamal

Is the conflict in West Papua worsening?

June 16, 2020

Jakarta Post - June 16, 2020

Meitilda Yaung, Darwin, Australia – The long history of systematic racism against African-Americans in the United States seems to have reached its breaking point over the last few week

June 15, 2020

World Socialist Website - June 15, 2020

Patrick O'Connor – The East Timorese government has widened the multi-party coalition on which it is based, securing the support of 41 out of the 65 parliamentarians.

Indonesia at Melbourne - June 15, 2020

Jenny Munro – Just as it has in many countries around the world, the death of George Floyd in the United States has prompted a broader discussion about racism in Indonesia.

June 11, 2020

Tempo - June 11, 2020

Jakarta – Seemingly at odds with the existing laws, the government regulation on the involvement of the military in dealing with terrorism has sparked criticism.

June 10, 2020

Tempo - June 10, 2020

Jakarta – The move by President Joko Widodo to increase the Health Care and Social Security Agency (BPJS Kesehatan) premiums at the beginning of May is mistaken.

June 9, 2020

Tempo Timor - June 9, 2020

Jose Antonio Belo – Timor-Leste just celebrated its 18th year of independence. The celebration was muted partly due to Covid19 but even more so due to the political crisis.

June 8, 2020

Straits Times - June 8, 2020

Jakarta – The rupiah's recent rally and capital inflows have been a breath of fresh air against the backdrop of a lacklustre domestic economy and increasing numbers of Covid-19 cases.

June 6, 2020

Tempo - June 6, 2020

Jakarta – Companies must face the new normal with innovation. There will be no place for the old ways of doing business.

June 5, 2020

Tempo - June 5, 2020

Jakarta – A farmer from the Sakai tribe in Bengkalis has been jailed for cutting down trees on land owned by a company. This is an offense against justice.

June 4, 2020

Eurasia Review - June 4, 2020

Loro Horta – On March 21, 2020 Timor Leste reported its first case of COVID-19, a Dutch national arriving from Europe.

Tempo - June 4, 2020

Jakarta – The government and the DPR are continuing to deliberate problematic laws. This is immoral at a time of the pandemic.

June 3, 2020

Tempo - June 3, 2020

Jakarta – President Joko Widodo should be honest and open about the latest situation regarding Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) in Indonesia.

Presidential Power - June 3, 2020

Rui Feijo – Francisco Guterres Lu Olo seems to have won the long tug of war that began soon after he was elected in May 2017, involving directly the president and the charismatic natio

June 1, 2020

Asia Pacific Report - June 1, 2020

Voice of Papua – While the delay in the Indonesian government response to the covid-19 corona virus is disappointing, Papua's provincial government needs to be commended for its speedy

May 27, 2020

Jakarta Post Editorial - May 27, 2020

Jakarta – Three months after Indonesia recorded its first COVID-19 cases, healthcare workers are still on the frontline, putting their lives at risk as they battle the day-to-day strug

May 9, 2020

Jakarta Post Editorial - May 9, 2020

Jakarta – Reports about the easing of restrictions in other countries are ever so tempting.

April 22, 2020

New Mandala - April 22, 2020

Jeffrey Neilson – Indonesia's political leadership was slow to respond to COVID-19, and for a long while denied the virus had even entered the country based upon a sparse testing regim

February 25, 2020

Jakarta Globe - February 25, 2020

Nelly Martin-Anatias, Sharyn Graham Davies – If Indonesia wants to be a country truly supportive of quality, honest and dignified research, its media must stop giving space to writing

Jakarta Post - February 25, 2020

Retno LP Marsudi, Indonesia – With Indonesia on the Human Rights Council, there are some ways in which the country can use its role to provide leadership and achieve the goals it outli