Articles by Duncan Graham
Waving an old art into daily life
An invitation to a wedding with a traditional East Javanese puppet performance is special, as it reveals that the tangled cultural...
Where trade treads, friendships follow
Talkathons done - now the walkathons for Australia-Indonesia trade
Democracy – can it be improved?
Is the Western model best, or should another approach be taken?
Connecting the dots to the dollars
Australian Aboriginal art is not always what it claims to be – especially if it’s made in Indonesia
Sleepwalking towards illiteracy
If Prabowo had won, the fear factor would have forced Australians to study about Indonesia.
No votes in knowing the neighbors
Foreign policy issues avoided during election, trade deal still needs to be ratified
Elections alert: Beware of boats and books
Communists and illegal immigrants stirring up government fears
Wanted: Smart grads with dirty hands
Vocational education has been touted as a way to push Indonesia up the skills chain and provide jobs. But it’s not working out that...
An international wrong
They were poor, underage Indonesian boys working fishing boats. Then they were thrown into Australian prisons alongside violent criminals,...
Low people on the high seas
The Bajo are Southeast Asia’s sea gypsies, resilient remnants from times when national boundaries were porous and ethnic minorities...