Stories By Devianti Faridz
129 Aug 2014 Fri
Just weeks before he steps down from office, outgoing Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has warned that the world is now in a dangerous downward trend.
228 Aug 2014 Thu
With the signing of an agreement to end a long-running espionage row, Indonesia and Australia will now work more closely together to tackle mutual security threats in the region.
328 Aug 2014 Thu
Australia and Indonesia will sign a Code of Conduct to govern diplomatic ties on Thursday (Aug 28). The foreign ministers of both countries say the signing will help repair a bilateral relationship damaged by a spying scandal last year.
426 Aug 2014 Tue
Two months ahead of his inauguration, Indonesia's President-elect Joko Widodo is in talks to form the structure of his new cabinet. He wants to make major changes in a number of ministries to make the government run more effectively.
518 Aug 2014 Mon
The tussle for the chairmanship of Indonesia's Golkar party is underway, with two of the party's heavyweights eyeing the position. The party is currently torn between keeping their support for Prabowo Subianto, or joining President-elect Joko Widodo' incoming government.
617 Aug 2014 Sun
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Vice-President Boediono led Indonesia's 69th Independence Day celebrations in Jakarta on Sunday (Aug 17). It was Dr Yudhoyono's last time leading the Independence Day celebrations after a decade in office.
715 Aug 2014 Fri
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono reminded Indonesians to safeguard the democratic process and maintain political stability, in his annual state of the nation address in Parliament on Friday (Aug 15).
811 Aug 2014 Mon
Losing Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto on Monday (Aug 11) entered his third hearing at the Constitutional Court in his challenge against the Elections Commission for vote counting fraud, as his supporters become increasingly vocal.
910 Aug 2014 Sun
Indonesian authorities are intensifying their efforts to clamp down on the activities of an Islamist group calling itself the Islamic State. Formerly known as ISIS, the group has been banned by the government.
1005 Aug 2014 Tue
Indonesian lawmakers as well as one of Asia's largest pulp and paper producers have reacted positively to Singapore's newly-passed Bill to impose fines on companies that contribute to transboundary haze pollution in Singapore.