The Chedi Sakala, Bali, raises the bar for luxury along the white-sand beaches of Bali’s Tanjung Benoa neighborhood. Why Go: Tanjung Benoa is best known for its calm seas and plethora of marine activities, including riding personal watercraft, fly-fishing, snorkeling, and parasailing. Show More Summary
Pontianak, a developing port city on the Indonesian side of the island of Borneo, is the largest city on the Earth's longest invisible line, the Equator. Also known as “Equator City” Pontianak is the capital city in the province of West Kalimantan. Show More Summary
Last October marked the fortieth anniversary of the 1973 oil embargo that brought the world to its knees. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), led by Saudi Arabia, cut oil production and shipments to the United States and other countries that were supporting Israel in the Yom Kippur War. Show More Summary
Rooting for injuries watch: Anonymous Australia takes on Anonymous Indonesia. And then Singapore is after their own Anonymous cell. The blackshirts will be rooted out wherever they are, around the world. Cognitive dissonance watch: Google...Show More Summary
Indonesia’s nationalists are punishing Australia for claims we are spying on them by refusing to take responsibility for boat…
Bringing together the best longer Interpreter articles you were too busy to read this week. It's been a big week for Indonesia on The Interpreter. Peter McCawley from ANU's Indonesia Project looked at the legacy of President Susilo Bambang...Show More Summary
Leading up to the December holidays, it's time to find your top marketing books. Recently I wrote about some books you ought not to miss (top 11 marketing books of all time). I missed this one (Ok, ok... it just came out). For the marketer...Show More Summary
Mount Sinabung in Indonesia continued to spew volcanic ash on Thursday as thousands of residents remained in temporary shelters fearful of more eruptions. Mount Sinabung's last eruption on Tuesday lasted about 20 minutes and sent volcanic ash 10,000 feet into the sky from its cr …
Peter McCawley is a Visiting Fellow in the Indonesia Project, Australian National University, and former Dean of the Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo. Amid the current ups and downs of the Indonesia-Australia relationship we need to remember that while Australia has just had an election, Indonesia is in the process of preparing for one. Show More Summary
Australian Anonymous members think Anonymous Indonesia has taken its hacking too far.
I said last night the Abbott Government had failed - judging from reports - in its first…
West Papua’s struggle for independence from Indonesia has long been ignored by the international community. A number of recent high profile events are helping to change this. Indonesia annexed West Papua in 1969 under controversial circumstances. Show More Summary
PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (TLK) Nine Months 2013 Earnings Call November 06, 2013 4:00 am ET Executives Prakoso Imam Santoso Indra Utoyo - Director of Innovation & Strategic Portofolio and Director Arief Yahya - President Director...Show More Summary
Last week I admitted to being a bit baffled by the Indonesian Government's decision to make such a big deal about a minor Australian news story on electronic eavesdropping from Australian diplomatic facilities. If anything, the Indonesians...Show More Summary
A military court in the Indonesian town of Takengon in Aceh Province recently handed down fines and jail time to two wildlife traffickers convicted of possessing a pair of stuffed Sumatran tigers and one stuffed sun bear.
Greg Sheridan reminds us that if Indonesia is sick of us, the fault lies not with Tony Abbott: (I)t…
Mount Sinabung in Indonesia has erupted for the third time in as many months, spewing ash over 4 miles into the air and covering nearby villages in gray powder. The volcanic activity began on Sunday and more than 1200 people have been evacuated so far. The volcano surprised scie …
Is the worst over for Indonesia’s economy? Opinion is split after growth fell to its lowest level in nearly four years in the July-September quarter.
Ian Brownlie writes: A couple of comments on Stephen Grenville's post this morning on Jokowi and Indonesia's 2014 elections: Jokowi is not formally a member of Megawati's PDI-P but is closely affiliated to it and has been wooing her,...Show More Summary
Go to the finance ministry or central bank of any number of emerging economies -- think Brazil, Indonesia, South Africa -- and you'll hear a common refrain: The Federal Reserve is making our jobs really hard. There is a widely … Continue reading ?