Tomorrow in Jakarta: former Finance Minister Chatib Basri gives an outlook on the Indonesian economy in 2017. j.mp/2mhl1Wj pic.twitter.com/Q0e69KSrAf
About 4 hours ago
How lack of access to ID documents sees poor Indonesians miss out on critical health and welfare services j.mp/2kPUY7O pic.twitter.com/7blHpgUTxc
Tomorrow in Canberra: ANU experts Ed Aspinall and Marcus Mietzner host a debrief on the recent Jakarta election. j.mp/2lCvXBh
Jakarta, 21 Feb: Journo John McBeth launches his book, an in-depth retrospective on President SBY @JFCCJAKARTA j.mp/2kM3bK1 pic.twitter.com/f3ECSZywDp
About 2 days ago
How important was ethnicity and religion in the election? Chris Chaplin discusses in the @newmandala j.mp/2kLV7sR pic.twitter.com/Oj4PaEZMgS
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