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· December, 2005

Stories about Indonesia from December, 2005

Indonesia: Economists’ Blog

Cafe Salemba is a group blog written by Indonesian economists, one in Jakarta and three studying in the U.S. Recently, they've been writing about subsidies: for education and for art.

Remembrance Week – Tsunami and After

Remembrance Week - Tsunami and After

Indonesia: One Year After the Tsunami

Indonesia Today by Yosef Ardi updates the progress in the two Indonesian regions most affected by 2005's tsunami: the province of Aceh and the islands of Nias. “One year later,...

Indonesia: Blogger questioned by the police, Tsunami one year after and a Peaceful Christmas Eve

Last week, Herman Saksono, a blogger from Jogjakarta was questioned by the police because he posted (now removed) a modified picture of Indonesian President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono with Bambang Trihatmodjo,...

Indonesia: Aceh Blog

I'm Your Huckleberry is a blog in English and Indonesian by a native of Indonesia's rebellious province of Aceh. He's working there for the U.N.D.P. and writes, in one post,...

Indonesia: Bad Driving

Indonesia Anonymus explains why Jakartans are such terrible drivers.

Indonesia: Going Nuclear

Indonesia is going nuclear! Well, not that way — read about Indonesia's first nuclear power plant at Indonesia Today by Yosef Ardi.

Indonesia: New Provinces

In the restless Indonesian province of Aceh, apparently two new provinces have been declared — and not by the government. See Indonesia Today by Yosef Ardi for details.

Indonesia: Unsafe in Jakarta

Indonesia Anonymus responds to a British reader, who feels fairly secure in the Indonesian capital, to explain why they don't feel safe in Jakarta.

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