The Newsmakers

Is Indonesia’s Democracy in Decline?

Indonesia is experiencing the biggest student protests in more than 20 years. There are ideological divisions among the protest groups and their demands are varied. But they do appear united in their desire to hold on to democratic freedoms. Natalie Poyhonen explains.

Indonesia’s Democratic Dilemma

Indonesia’s Democratic Dilemma

‘It’s not just about sex.’ Here’s why Indonesian students are taking on the government

‘It’s not just about sex.’ Here’s why Indonesian students are taking on the government

The 5 challenges facing Jakarta

The 5 challenges facing Jakarta

Indonesia Sinking: Rising sea levels threaten to flood Jakarta

Indonesia Sinking: Rising sea levels threaten to flood Jakarta

Can Technology Protect Us From Future Pandemics?

Can Technology Protect Us From Future Pandemics?

Michele Gelfand on COVID-19's Correlation With Culture

Michele Gelfand on COVID-19's Correlation With Culture

Coronavirus Crisis: Technology's Tipping Point | COVID-19: The Cultural Effect

Coronavirus Crisis: Technology's Tipping Point | COVID-19: The Cultural Effect

COVID-19 And Technology

COVID-19 And Technology

Thinkers in Isolation: The Newsmakers Speaks to Brad Evans

Thinkers in Isolation: The Newsmakers Speaks to Brad Evans

How Did South Korea Flatten the Curve? The Newsmakers Speaks to a Government Adviser

How Did South Korea Flatten the Curve? The Newsmakers Speaks to a Government Adviser

The Quarantine Files | How South Korea Beat COVID-19

The Quarantine Files | How South Korea Beat COVID-19

The South Korean Approach: A Model of Success

The South Korean Approach: A Model of Success

How to Tackle the Domestic Violence Surge During Coronavirus Lockdowns

How to Tackle the Domestic Violence Surge During Coronavirus Lockdowns

Abuse During Lockdown

Abuse During Lockdown

COVID-19: Are US Anti-Lockdown Protests Justified?

COVID-19: Are US Anti-Lockdown Protests Justified?

America's Anti-Lockdown Protests

America's Anti-Lockdown Protests

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