Inside Story

Are new laws an assault on human rights in Indonesia?

Protesters say the legislations will weaken anti-corruption efforts as well as affect sex, abortion and gay rights.

Counting the Cost

Oil attacks: What's next for Saudi Aramco and world oil markets?

We ask why Saudi Arabia's billion-dollar defences failed to protect its oil facilities and how it affects oil prices.

Environment

Indonesia 'doing everything' to put out forest fires: President

Pressure is growing to tackle forest fires as noxious smoke haze envelopes Malaysia and Singapore.

Indonesia 'doing everything' to put out forest fires: President

AJ Impact

Indonesia puts anti-corruption agency under supervisory board

Activists expressed concern that proposed legal reforms will weaken the anti-corruption agency.

Indonesia puts anti-corruption agency under supervisory board

AJ Impact

By the numbers: Economic impact of Southeast Asia's haze

Agriculture and healthcare sectors among those bearing cost of worsening air quality in Southeast Asia.

By the numbers: Economic impact of Southeast Asia's haze

Indonesia

Indonesia police name suspect in West Papua unrest

Human rights lawyer and activist Veronica Koman accused of spreading 'hoaxes' and inciting unrest in West Papua region.

Indonesia police name suspect in West Papua unrest

AJ Impact

World's biggest nickel ore maker bans exports from January 2020

Indonesia is banning all nickel ore exports two years ahead of schedule, sending prices surging across the world.

World's biggest nickel ore maker bans exports from January 2020

Indonesia

Indonesia deploys troops to West Papua as protests spread

At least 300 troops arrive in Manokwari as protests spread with reports of a prison break and airport attack in Sorong.

Asia Pacific

Indonesia's Jokowi urges calm after violent West Papua protests

President's security minister says protests had been contained and pledges fair investigation into what led to unrest.

Indonesia's Jokowi urges calm after violent West Papua protests

Asia Pacific

Indonesia's Jokowi formally proposes relocating capital to Borneo

President proposes in state of the union speech to parliament on the eve of country's 74th independence anniversary.

Indonesia's Jokowi formally proposes relocating capital to Borneo

Asia Pacific

Indonesia: Court rejects opposition challenge to poll results

Constitutional Court upholds President Joko Widodo's win in April's election after claim brought by Prabowo Subianto.

Indonesia

Indonesia tightens security ahead of election dispute verdict

Some 47,000 security forces deployed in Jakarta as court to rule on opposition challenge to President Widodo's victory.

Indonesia tightens security ahead of election dispute verdict

Indonesia

Tight security as Indonesia court considers election challenge

Presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto claims 'systematic' fraud and abuse in Joko Widodo's April vote win.

Tight security as Indonesia court considers election challenge

Indonesia

Jakarta clashes continue for second night over election result

Indonesian police arrest hundreds of people as fresh rioting erupts overnight after announcement of election result.

Indonesia

6 killed in Indonesia as post-election riots continue

Hundreds also wounded as protests erupt for a second day across Jakarta after incumbent Jokowi was confirmed president.