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Category: Analysis

Indonesia unmoved by West Papua independence struggle

By Michael Hart In the Indonesian province of West Papua, a movement for independence has existed since the early 1960s. Located at the country’s easternmost point,...

The world’s most ancient dog has just been re-discovered in the New Guinea Highland

Jayapura, Jubi – After decades of fearing that the New Guinea highland wild dog had gone extinct in its native habitat, researchers have finally confirmed the...

Solomon Islands seeks balance in relations with Indonesia and West Papua

Jayapura, Jubi – With the end of the RAMSI intervention and restoration of full sovereignty comes more difficult diplomatic balancing. Preparations are being made...

Dainius Puras to Indonesia govt: Ambitious goals can be reached only if challenges are addressed

A statement by Dainius Pūras, UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health, on his visit to Indonesia Jakarta, Jubi – Indonesia is on the right track to develop an...

West Papua worries

By Olivia Tasevski History shows that the province has been a perennial problem for the Australia-Indonesia relationship, writes Olivia Tasevski. In January 2017,...

Indonesia’s Papua and Aceh still troubled

By Fabio Scapello ALMOST 20 years since the student-led reformasi movement contributed to the fall of the Suharto regime in May 1998, the two restive regions of Aceh and...

Blocking Papua from the Truth

By Andre Barahamin  On 20 December 2016, Legal Aid Foundation for Indonesia Press (LBH Pers) was staging a press conference. It highlighted the censorship done by The...

Shirking Matilda: The Realpolitic Case for Australian Recognition of West Papua

By Sandy Greenberg The Indonesian occupation of West Papua has been described as a “neglected genocide”, a crime against humanity being committed on a...

The advancement of the West Papuan independence movement inexorable

By Dan McGarry LAST month, New Zealand-based analyst Jose Sousa-Santos commented on Twitter that “Indonesia’s attempt at buying support from the Pacific region seems...

Where is the justice for Papuan?

By Andre Barahamin ON 8 December 2014, five local teenagers were gunned down in Enarotali, a town in the Paniai regency of Indonesia Papua. The young men were killed by...

The Indonesia’s poorly handled diplomacy toward the small Pacific states

By Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge INDONESIA’s stance on Papua at the UN General Assembly in New York last month recalled its firm denials of human rights...

Indonesia Shown the Inability to Demonstrate a Proper Diplomatic Behavior in Public Spaces.

By Dio Herdiawan Tobing IN the past few days, Indonesia’s first Right of Reply in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has attracted nation-wide Indonesia...

18 Young Papuans Reportedly Shot by Security Forces Since Paniai Incident

Jayapura, Jubi – Since the shooting incident in Karel Gobay Square, Enarotali, Paniai, that killed four students, security forces have shot 18 Papuans aged 14–19,...

How the UN Failed West Papua

By Prianka Srinivasan New York, Jubi — A decade ago, Herman Wainggai caused a diplomatic furor between Indonesia and Australia when he boarded a homemade canoe and...

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