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· June, 2006

Stories about Indonesia from June, 2006

Indonesia: Jakarta's Next Governor?

Martin Manurang is hoping that an exceptional candidate wins the election for Jakarta's next governor and helps bring in positive change.

Indonesia: Papua's Economy

The blogger at Sarapan Ekonomy asks who is to blame for Papua's low economic growth. Papua is a mineral rich province in Eastern Indonesia.

Indonesia Growing Good Blogs, Hatemails and Asia Blog Awards

Indonesia blogosphere this last two years has witnessed the growing and heartening development of good blogging and quality bloggers to cheer about. This, for most reason, due to the emergence...

Indonesia: Kyoto Protocol and Indonesia

Yosef Ardi at Indonesia Today Blog writes that Kyoto Protocol guidelines are helping create jobs in Indonesia with investment in bio-fuel and ethanol production.

Indonesia: Australia-Indonesia Relation

Fabian Foo at Macam-Macam blog is asking if Australia is appeasing Indonesia.

Indonesia: World Cup Fever & Minister Blog

Despite Indonesia never reaches final round of Football/Soccer World Cup post-1945 of its independence, soccer has always been the most favorite sports ever in the country. So, no wonder then...

Indonesia: Where the Left failed

Martin Manurang in Indonesia tries to answer “Why the right wing radicals succeeded in establishing their network while the left failed?”

The Global Voices Show #2

Episode #2 of the Global Voices Show has landed! In this edition we feature excerpts from the following podcasts: XiaoQiao (Singapore) Africa Files: The Pulse (Canada/South Africa) BahasaPod (Indonesia) Kazakhstan...

Indonesia: Warning to Radical Groups

Indonesian blogger Marting Manurun in his post titled Radicals, beware! points to an announcement by Indonesian government that warns radical groups that the government would take serious actions against them....

Playboy Indonesia and Two Contradictory Opinion

There are two interesting contradictory responses regarding the second edition of Playboy Indonesia which was released from its new office in Bali. Budi Putra thinks that the second issue is...

Indonesia: Playboy Indonesia Tame

Indcoup in Jakarta find the latest issue of Indonesian Playboy rather tame and figures out an alternative “adults” magazine that is doing well in Indonesia. Since its introduction, Playboy has...

Indonesia: Playboy Indonesia

Paras Indonesia blog is asking the legislators upset over the Indonesian edition of Playboy magazine why they are not troubled by pirated pornographic DVDs and child trafficking . “The legislators...

Indonesia: Quake Relief

Unspun is looking into media and first hand reports and trying to figure out if the Indonesian government is doing a good job in handling the quake crisis.

Indonesia: Fruits

IndoIan has a post describing some of the tropical fruits in Indonesia.

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