Cyberthreats: Facing the faceless

During Malaysia’s recent general election, there was an uptick in attempts to hack into Malaysian telecommunications companies, in an attempt to influence the election outcome. We can expect a similar increase in attempts to hack into Indonesian tel

JOURNAL | COVER STORY by: Peter Verhezen, Peter Chambers and Steven De Haes

Unrepresented, unheard. Is Indonesia an inclusive democracy?

Last year, a historic Constitutional Court ruling recognized kepercayaan - the centuries-old indigenous belief systems. Whether the Muslim-dominated government fully complies, however, is anyone`s guess.

JOURNAL | POINT OF VIEW by: Devina Heriyanto

An international wrong

Islamist politics in Indonesia, with its roots in twisted orthodoxy, is a perennial threat to the country. Equally alarming, it is a threat to the entire world.

JOURNAL | POINT OF VIEW by: Duncan Graham

Cyberthreats: Facing the faceless

Unrepresented, unheard. Is Indonesia an inclusive democracy?

An international wrong

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