Indonesia

印度尼西亞共和國(印尼語:Republik Indonesia,IPA讀音:[rɛpʊblɪk ɪndɔnɛsɪa]),通稱「印度尼西亞」或簡稱「印尼」,為東南亞國家;由17,506個島嶼組成,是世界上最大的群島國家,疆域橫跨亞洲及大洋洲,別稱「萬島之國」。 --來自 維基百科


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2018/05/08 | New Mandala

ANALYSIS: Islam and Identity Politics in Malaysia and Indonesia

Politicians in Malaysia must tread a careful line when stoking religious fervor, Meredith Weiss argues.

2018/05/04 | Peter Carey

OPINION: Singapore, Indonesia and the Lessons of History

Singapore can learn from its southern neighbor when it comes to recognizing and accepting its own history.

2018/05/04 | Atlas Obscura

Inside Indonesia's Visionary Chicken Church

A peek inside Java's Gereja Ayam, a devoted man's enduring contribution to folk architecture.

2018/05/02 | Mongabay

INDONESIA: Report Exposes Multinational Brands' Exposure to Palm Oil Abuses

Lembaga Tabung Haji supplies major refiners and users of palm oil such as Wilmar, ADM, Nestlé and Unilever, some of which have promised to stop sourcing palm oil linked to environmental destruction.

2018/04/20 | The Conversation

Grab and Gojek Drivers in Indonesia Push to Unionize

Recent protests indicate a move towards collective resistance against exploitative working conditions and towards collective bargaining on wages and working conditions.

2018/04/02 | Mongabay

Green Paradox: Indonesia's Electricity Future Defined by Coal, Renewables

Indonesia put itself back on track to meet to meet renewable energy targets by promising to produce less energy in total.

2018/03/16 | Mongabay

Plans to Protect Indonesia's Orangutans Must Involve Business, Local Government

As a 10-year program to protect the great apes in Indonesia comes to an end, the pressure is on to enact a workable conservation plan for the decade ahead.

2018/02/20 | Daniel Peterson

INDONESIA: Proposed Legal Code Could Lead to Further LGBT Repression

As long as the criminal code continues to target minority groups, Indonesia’s human rights crisis will only worsen.

2018/01/23 | Febriana Firdaus

Will Indonesia Finally Move Its Capital?

The clogged city of Jakarta has been on the chopping block for decades.

2018/01/12 | Aim Singpeng

Fake News Haunts Indonesia's Growing Online Communities

A lack of faith in mainstream media and the failure to maintain democratic institutions is breeding fake news that tells you what to feel as well as what to think.

2017/12/21 | GlobalVoices 全球之聲

Dirty GIFs and Seditious Memes are Under Fire in Indonesia

Authorities threatened to block WhatsApp if the messenger app did not block 'obscene' content.

2017/11/23 | MuYi

The Migrant's Hometown

A Taiwanese and an Indonesian family reconnect in the Javanese countryside.

2017/11/15 | Camely Arta

Indonesia Opens its First Modern and Contemporary Art Museum

Indonesia’s first museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art has opened its doors for public, giving art enthusiasts the chance to view the works of Indonesian and international artists.

2017/11/09 | Hal Hill

Despite Duterte’s Bluster, the Philippines Continues to Profit

The economy of the Philippines remains strong despite violence and unpredictability — it has not experienced a financial crisis since 2002. Can the markets continue to remain detached amid political upheaval?

2017/10/22 | Vedi Hadiz

Deep-rooted Problems with Democracy in Indonesia

Indonesians who tend towards secular forms of democratic politics should be aware, now more so than ever, of the historical and contemporary weakness of politically liberal (or social democratic) streams within Indonesian politics.

2017/08/30 | Phelim Kine

Is Duterte's War on Drugs Migrating to Indonesia?

Indonesia is already wrestling with the toxic legacy of impunity for the mass killings of least 500,000 people in 1965–66, when the government gave free rein to soldiers and local militias to kill anyone they considered a “communist.” Unless Jokowi speaks out forcefully against a Duterte drug war model of crime control, he risks being responsible for a mass killing campaign that could demolish Indonesia’s fragile and hard fought-for rights and freedoms.