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09 April 2014
PKB supporters at a campaign rally. Photo by AFP.

Lion at the door

GREG FEALY looks at the possible decline of Islamic parties in Indonesia’s legislative elections.

09 April 2014
The cost of defeat can be high in Indonesian elections. Photo by AFP.

The price of popularity

Get the hospital beds ready! By Wednesday evening Indonesia will be awash with bankrupt and depressed ex-candidates, writes EVE WARBUTON.

09 April 2014
A supporter of the Indonesian Democratic Party-Struggle (PDI-P). Photo by AFP.

Indonesia votes

Our experts canvass the key issues and likely outcomes of the first of Indonesia's two national elections.

08 April 2014
A supporter of the Indian Congress Party. Photo by AFP.

India votes

What's at stake in the largest vote in history - India's month-long elections.

04 April 2014
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Photo by AFP.

Abbott in Asia

What the experts have to say about Australian Prime Minister's trip to China, Japan and South Korea.

02 April 2014
North Korea shells fall on South Korea's side of the border.

Playing with fire

South Korean response to North Korea artillery fire justified, ANU international security experts say.

02 April 2014
Jokowi with checkered shirt and microphone. Photo by AFP.

The party man

The challenges of being a party man are rubbing against Indonesian presidential candidate Jokowi's image as a ‘man of the people’.

01 April 2014
A Muslim man (left) answers questions during a census taking in the village of Barasa. Photo by AFP.

Myanmar up for the count

First census in 30 years poses challenges in a deeply divided society.

01 April 2014
Could Japan land the US and China in a sea of trouble? Photo by AFP.

Great powers could come to blows over disputed islands

Japan may prove the stumbling block to China’s ‘new great power relations’ with the US.

31 March 2014
Indonesia President Susilo Bambang Yudhuyono takes aim. Will there be a coup to keep his party in power? Photo courtesy of the Presidential Office.

The decline of the Demokrats

Only a coup can save President SBY's Democrat Party from a wipe-out at Indonesia’s legislative elections.


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