Global trade is in Indonesia's DNA – but by embracing open markets and 'self-sufficiency' at the same time, the nation could be forging a route to Globalization 4.0
New research tracks the history of Jakarta's traditional minibuses and how they've resisted change over generations.
The recent magnitude 7.5 earthquake has caused at least 1,200 deaths in Indonesia.
The Indonesian authorities are scrambling to provide aid to the victims of the Sulawesi island disaster.
Bandung, Indonesia, is in the middle of a green revolution as its mayor attempts to reduce emissions and improve infrastructure.
Indonesia's young president, Joko Widodo, turned to the language of comic books to describe the threats the world faces today.
From Thailand's answer to Emmanuel Macron to Natalie Grace, who runs a new political party for young people in Indonesia, a new generation of change-makers is coming to the fore.
From sliding currencies to falling foreign investment, why are these different countries, on different continents, with different economic situations suffering from the same symptoms?
Indonesia made major progress in cutting deforestation last year.
The region's youth are reaching working age faster than their countries can create jobs for them – threatening the strong growth of the recent past.
The Indonesian island of Lombok has experienced several large earthquakes in recent weeks.
Deforestation has ravaged Indonesia over the last twenty years, meaning the government has had to get tougher on illegal logging.
Jakarta food and beverages retailer Ong Tek Tjan sells ice cream in cups his customers can eat afterwards, instead of throwing them away.
To fight inequality, Indonesia should learn from China and India in combating digital illiteracy.
A male-led Indonesian campaign group is attempting to eliminate violence against women.