The stunning rise of Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, who took office Monday for a five-year term as Indonesia's new president.
It appears Joko Widodo has won Indonesia's presidency over former general and Suharto stalwart Prabowo Subianto. But that doesn't mean Indonesia is on easy street.
Indonesia's recent ban on mineral ore exports aims to force foreign companies to start processing in the country.
Commuters in this congested megacity are anticipating the city's first subway system, which finally broke ground after 24 years of planning.
Allegations have surfaced that the US used allies' embassies in Asia to spy on other countries, prompting fresh fury from leaders and apologetic words from Secretary of State John Kerry.
What's changed in Indonesia over the four years that our correspondent has been there?