The world's most populous Muslim country goes to the polls Thursday for the third time since 1998. Campaigning went smoothly, though old elites, corruption still thrive.
Conservationist Crispen Wilson is helping local Indonesians recover after the tsunami, but in a way that doesn’t deplete local fish stocks.
An elite government agency is nabbing offenders in one of the world's most corrupt countries.
Grace Siregar taps local artists to create public sculptures and other artworks that emphasize themes of peace and reconciliation.
OPEC's only Asian member, it has failed to meet its production quota and is quitting the cartel this year.
A government decree regarding the controversial Ahmadiya sect causes a rift between extremists and moderate Muslims as well as secularists.
Readers write about President Suharto's infamous legacy.