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Political parties have had enough of direct elections. One of the major changes to Indonesia following the fall of Soeharto and Reformasi was decentralization and a shift to a direct ballot election system. The aim? To ensure that local legislatures were not simply a rubber stamp of Jakarta. In recent years though, we have seen a strong push to ret…
 
How were borders of Indonesia decided and drawn in 1945? Between May - July 1945, members of the Investigative Committee for Preparatory Work for Independence (BPUPKI) deliberated on which territories should be included in a future Republic of Indonesia, if Japan granted independence. Should the new state stretch from Southern Thailand all the way …
 
President Widodo promised to return Indonesia to a maritime power when he first took office in 2014. It was one of Widodo’s major platform policies and there was a lot talk about it in his presidential campaign that year and during the early part of his first term.Intrigued by history, we often wondered, if Widodo hoped to bring back this maritime …
 
There are more and more Nigerians fleeing to Indonesia, why is this the case? Though the local media may have portrayed them more as online scammers and drug dealers, the reality is most of them are just trying to find a better life outside Nigeria doing ordinary jobs. The situation in Nigeria has pushed many youths to emigrate, or attempted to emi…
 
I sat down with Dr. Djayadi Hanan, the director of political science at Paramadina University and the executive director of LSI, to discuss how the pandemic might impact the controversial Omnibus Bill, the push by political parties to bring more power back to the central government and why has Governor Ridwan Kamil’s popularity increased as a resul…
 
The Central Government has prevented provincial leaders, such as Jakarta governor Anies Baswedan, from implementing a lockdown, despite the fact that Jakarta is the country’s epicentre for the Covid-19 virus. The president says that a lockdown would cripple the country’s economy and lead to social unrest. Does the government have the capacity to su…
 
What do Indonesia’s official Covid-19 statistics really mean, how are they derived and what can we expect going forward? The Coronavirus Disease 19 or Covid-19, continues to spread across Indonesia despite early beliefs by many government officials that Indonesia somehow was immune to it or that because of their religiosity, they would be spared. I…
 
When we ask ourselves how people would even begin to conceive and believe in conspiracy theories and hoaxes during a critical time such as this pandemic, we find that it is so much more than just an issue of how we access and process information, as many would believe. Evidently, world leaders around the world are also engaging in wild narratives s…
 
During his first term in office, President Widodo promised to return Indonesia to its maritime roots and establish the country as a maritime power. Some may wonder though, how did the world’s largest archipelagic state loose its maritime roots to begin with? Widodo is now into his second term and he appears to have abandoned his maritime vision. Wh…
 
When the international community condemned the arbitrary detention, mass surveillance, political indoctrination and restrictions on religious activity of the Muslim minority Uyghur ethnic group in 2019, most of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) members instead endorsed China’s treatment of Uyghurs in an official statement. The OIC state…
 
Nothing is permanent when it comes to relationships among political parties in Indonesia. As parties lack strong ideologies, most relationships are established when it’s deemed beneficial rather than based on issues to stances. It’s now beneficial for both Gerindra and PDIP to collaborate and build a strong relationship, both at the local and natio…
 
From unknown gadgets to the vice president's table, what do some of our team members believe is the most important object/equipment when recording our podcast episodes? Apparently, it's not as obvious as you think! In this Indonesia In-Studio episode, Tanita and Veronica share their experiences in learning what object/equipment matters most when re…
 
Indonesia’s political liberties have progressed since the reformation era began in 1998. However, in recent years, civil liberties in the country appear to be eroding with laws and regulations that limit freedom of expression, freedom of the press and instances where the government has restricted access and even shut off access to the internet. Wha…
 
President Jokowi has been in office since 2014 and was just inaugurated for a second term last October. He’s a member of the PDIP party, but is not as influential in the party as some might expect. In fact, part of his first term was spent convincing his own party on his policies and direction for the country. Will this be the case in his second te…
 
Ever wonder what it takes to produce our episodes? There is an entire process that goes into each and every one and often times they are not as simple as record and publish! The process includes brainstorming, research, finding the guests, conducting the interview, crafting a story, collecting extra clips and editing all of that raw audio. All that…
 
President Widodo set lofty goals when he took office in 2014 and many have yet to be achieved. Hoping to achieve them in his second term, Widodo’s newly-formed cabinet has raised serious questions as to whether those goals are attainable. The government coalition is super-sized and the make-up of cabinet is full of political accommodations and comp…
 
Indonesia began its transition to democracy in 1998 amid a simultaneous political, social and economic crisis. While the country has made tremendous progress with important economic and political reforms, Indonesia continues to remain in a democratic transition today. At an Indonesinist live event hosted by the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affair…
 
The Indonesian parliament has delayed passing the controversial new amendments to the criminal code, which dates back to the Dutch Colonial Era. Widodo backtracked his support at the last minute after public protests against the bill which is viewed as overcriminalization and draconian. One article in the bill that garnered attention is on the rein…
 
We explore the behavioral insights in the F&B sector, the explosive growth of online food ordering and delivery services and rise of virtual kitchens in Indonesia with Edward Tirtanata, co-founder of Kopi Kenangan, the grab-and-go coffee chain that has experience explosive growth in the Jakarta metro area and Surabaya. On this episode of Indonesia …
 
Photo by Tyler Easton/ Unsplash The 2019 presidential election is over but the discourse about “election fraud” in Indonesia remains foggy and tends to shun away from the statistical elements that makes up the election itself. The Constitutional Court rejected Prabowo’s challenge to the 2019 presidential election results when he complained of “stru…
 
Photo by Soe Zeya Tun/REUTERS A wave of optimism flowed over Myanmar in 2010 when the ruling military general, Than Shwe, implemented the first steps in the nation’s roadmap to democracy by implementing both economic and democratic reforms. At the same time, the government began new efforts to establish peace with more than a dozen armed ethnic min…
 
Presidential contender, Prabowo Subianto along with his political coalition, rejected the official presidential election results announced by the General Election Commission (KPU) and filed a lawsuit in the Constitutional Court in May citing that “structural, systematic and massive electoral fraud” had occurred on election day. According to the KPU…
 
We start with this question: Are there alternatives for borrowers to take loans safely without resorting to predatory loan sharks? But our quest to seek answers reveal how complicated Indonesians’ relationship with loans are. The obstacles with financial inclusivity in the conventional system and the growing online loan services clearly complicate …
 
We had the honor and privilege to interview Vice President, Jusuf Kalla, on April 18, 2019, less than 24 hours after the nationwide elections. Kalla is known as prominent businessman turned veteran politician, serving two five-year terms as vice president for two different presidents. He was the critical figure in mediating peace in Aceh along with…
 
Some people, primarily among the international community, question whether the 2019 Indonesian elections will be free and fair, void of voter irregularities and/or violence. But are these concerns well-grounded? Do we need to be worried? Shawn believes that these concerns are reasonable but unfounded. We take a look at Indonesia’s recent history in…
 
Although ASEAN has been under fire for its powerlessness in the face of several human rights atrocities such as attacks on Rohingya ethnic minority in Myanmar, internal ASEAN officials, some of whom have lengthy human rights activism experience, remain optimistic that the association can be a force for good. What do they actually see in ASEAN’s non…
 
Podcast hosts: Shawn Corrigan & Tanita Read text version of this episode: www.indonesiaindepth.com Say hi to us! Email :info@indonesiaindepth.com Twitter: @IndoIndepth LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/shawn-corrigan/ We are also available on Spotify, iTunes, Soundcloud, Google Music and on Amazon’s Alexa! This podcast is brought to you by LEXIC…
 
On April 17 this year, Indonesians will elect their president, vice president and local representatives on the same day, a first for Indonesia. We sit down once again with Dr. Djayadi Hanan from Saiful Mujani Research & Consulting (SMRC) and look at how the new “concurrent election” impacts the political landscape, how presidential/legislative thre…
 
Episode 27: Indonesian Presidential Debates: Do They Matter? As part of the 2019 elections, the Indonesian Election Committee (KPU) will conduct the first official presidential debate on the 17th of January. The themes for this first debate are some of the most strategic and pressing subjects, which are legal affairs, human rights, corruption, and …
 
Can expression of nationalism be offensive? For the 23-year-old Indonesian music maker and producer, Alffy Rev, the answer is affirmative. Awwalur Rizqi Al-Firori, or also known as “Alffy Rev”, picked up his first musical instrument at the age of 10. His interest in arts led him to study music and film formally. He always wondered why Indonesia’s n…
 
Indonesian officials hope new policies can expedite growth for its digital economy. After years of deliberations, the government is preparing to finalize the revision to a controversial regulation (GR82/2012) that has prevented the county’s e-commerce and online businesses from living up to their fullest potential due to a overprotective and inflex…
 
Numerous data leaks, breaches and hacks have been on the rise over the past few years involving local and foreign players, such as Facebook. These incidents have pushed the Government of Indonesia to finalize its Data Privacy Protection Draft Bill. After working on the draft for nearly two years, the government hopes to submit it to parliament for …
 
After 20 years as a senior executive with multinational corporations across Southeast Asia, Miss Shanti Shamdasani is running for seat in parliament. She hopes to bring her values and lessons learned to the Lower House. She talks to us about the difficulties of staying “clean” and not “paying to play” on the campaign trail, her thoughts on how to i…
 
On this episode we highlight some killer Indonesian tunes. In order they are: 1. Ghe2r Rap - Bersatulah (Unite) 2. Unknown- Mars Pemilu (New Order General Election Anthem) 3. Ayub Jonn & Laze - Kursi Malas (Lazy Chair) 4. Edgar, Ben Utomo – Remix Tetap Dalam Jiwa (Still in My Heart) 5. Saykoji w/ Umbu Kaborang – Presiden Impian (Dream President)…
 
On this episode we highlight some killer Indonesian tunes. In order they are: 1. Ghe2r Rap - Bersatulah (Unite) 2. Angel V - Gara Gara Facebook (Because of Facebook) 3. Ras Muhamad & Daddy T - Teknologi ( Technology) 4. Saykoji – Online 5. Bing Slamet- Nonton Bioskop (Watching Movies)על ידי Indonesia In-depth
 
On this episode we highlight some killer Indonesian tunes. In order they are: 1. Ghe2r Rap - Bersatulah (Unite) 2. Saykoji – Persona Indonesia (Indonesian Wonders) 3. Sahat Tarida – Pasal 33 (Article 33 of Constitution) 4. Vika & Imam MF – Sanitasi Aman (Safe Sanitation -by Drs. H. Imam Mahfud) 5. Edgesiders Kerinci Brother CK – Indonesia Bersatu (…
 
Killer Indonesian music highlighted in this episode: 1. Intro Song- Ghe2r Rap feat Ebony - Bersatulah Indonesia (United Indonesia) 2. Harry Roesli - Ciociocio Werkewer 3. Iwan Fals- Surat Buat Wakil Rakyat (Letter for the House of Representatives). Such a great song. Buy it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ph/album/wakil-rakyat/857687133 4. Unkn…
 
Killer Indonesian songs highlighted in this episode are: 1. Intro Song- Ghe2r Rap feat Ebony - Bersatulah Indonesia (United Indonesia) 2. Old Indonesia Election Anthem Instrumental Verison 3. Alffy Rev ft Kecubung Sakti Karawitan - Lagu Jawa X 4. Alffy Rev ft Brisia jodie Gasita Karawitan - Tanah Air ( cover ) - EDM x Gamelan…
 
On this episode we highlight some killer Indonesian tunes. In order they are: 1. Ghe2r Rap - Bersatulah (Unite) 2. Sony BLVCK - Lawan Teroris (Fight The Terrorists) 3. Sugeng P. – Teroris Apakah Agamamu – (What’s your Religion Terrorists?) (Sugeng is a police officer & wrote the song after recent terror attacks) 4. Saykoji - Bersabar (Patience) Buy…
 
We speak with Michael Sianipar, at age 27, he was one of former Jakarta Governor Ahok's trusted assistant until his final days in office. He is now head of the Indonesia Solidarity Party (PSI) Jakarta office. We discuss Ahok's demise, his style of leadership and the future of Indonesia. We also learn more about one of Indonesia's newest political p…
 
We sit down with Deputy Speaker of the House and Senior Gerindra Party member Mr. Fadli Zon to discuss the Anti terrorism Bill, the Criminal Code Bill, the dire Rohingya situation in Myanmar and of course the Prabowo Subianto’s run for the presidency. If you have any questions on any of these topics or have suggestions or criticism, contact us at I…
 
This episode is your new manual for Indonesian politics! We lay out all the pieces of the Indonesian political Rubik’s cube and put them all together. We cover all the important elements of the 2018 regional elections, the political party dynamics, the political battle for House seats in 2019, which parties are set to become extinct as well as the …
 
We speak with one Indonesia's rising stars in Indonesian politics. Observers have dubbed him "a politician to watch in 2019". We discuss his future plans, his key policies and about developments in the NTB Province. Send your comments, questions or criticism to info@indonesiaindepth.comעל ידי Indonesia In-Depth
 
Golkar Faction Lawmaker & Commission I Member, Bobby Rizaldi, provides his insights on the latest internal changes to the Golkar Party's Senior Board and answers questions on Indonesia's defense sector. Send your comments, questions or criticism to info@indonesiaindepth.comעל ידי Indonesia In-Depth
 
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