Christians and Muslims in Ambon, Indonesia, have relearned how to live together after a 1999 - 2002 war killed 5,000 people and displaced half a million.
Heavy metal band Jamrud and a major Indonesian Islamist party throw a gig together. That's one of the smallest changes in Indonesian politics.
Buru Island, once used by Soeharto's New Order regime to house political prisoners, has been swept with gold fever.
Indonesia's Ambon City was racked by communal conflict a decade ago. My drive along the coast today reveals that much has changed.
After a decade-long absence, Monitor reporter Dan Murphy returns to Indonesia determined to avoid the usual journalistic cliches about the nation.
The arrest of Indonesia cleric Abu Bakar Bashir highlights the ongoing counterterrorism work of the US-trained Detachment 88. Some groups are concerned over the police unit's alleged use of torture.
Grace Siregar taps local artists to create public sculptures and other artworks that emphasize themes of peace and reconciliation.