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Does Indonesia’s whistleblowing system work against corruption?

Introduction Although corruption is a global phenomenon, it has become a serious problem and habitual action in Indonesia’s public sectors, pervading all levels of Indonesian society (Newman, 2011). In fact Indonesia is one of the most corrupt countries worldwide. According... Continue Reading →

Should the victims of Indonesia’s Transboundary Haze Pollution compensate the polluter?

Transboundary haze pollution (THP) is a recurrent phenomenon and has become a long-standing environmental issue afflicting not only Indonesia as the main producer of the haze, but also the rest of the Southeast Asian countries. Although some causes have been... Continue Reading →

The Role of Aristocrats as an Intermediary Actor: Case of Sumbawa

By Yogi Setya Permana A researcher at the Center for Political Studies of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) Introduction After decentralization been applied, local politics in Indonesia is marked by the emergence of new phenomena such as the strengthening... Continue Reading →

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