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Category: Analysis

Is the Pacific’s Solidarity for Papua on the Rise?

By Dr Budi Hernawan RECENTLY during a public forum on the issue of Papua organised by the Indonesian government think-tank (LIPI) in January 2016, we were drawn to the...

West Papuan Self-Determination: New Indigenous Rights or Old-Fashioned Genocide?

By Catherine J. Iorns Magallanes FOR the Sake of Present and Future Generations: Essays on International Law, Crime and Justice in Honour of Roger Clark, edited by...

Review: Incubus of Intervention

By Mattias Fibiger IN defining a peculiar but persistent strain of political thought, the eminent historian Richard Hofstadter writes that ‘the distinguishing thing...

No Papuan Has Indonesian Soul : Papua Governor

Jayapura, Jubi – In the courtyard of Governor Lukas Enembe’s residential compound located in Angkasa, an elite neighborhood in Jayapura, Papua, two Christmas...

Police Hunting for Attackers on Sinak Police Headquarters

Jayapura, Jubi – About 150 police personnel were deployed to hunt for  the perpetrators of the attack on the Sinak Police Headquarters at Puncak Jaya Regency, Papua,...

President Widodo’s Papua Visit Should Not Be Merely Ceremonial

By Theo van den Broek PRESIDENT Joko Widodo visited Papua, once again. His attention to Papua is admirable and should be appreciated. Some activities are on his agenda....

Indonesia: Jakarta’s Change of Strategy Towards West Papuan Separatists

Jayapura, Jubi – In the middle of last month, in a surprising move by Indonesian authorities, high-profile West Papuan separatist leader Filep Karma was released...

Salvaging Democracy for West Papuans in the Face of Australia-Indonesia Obstruction

The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 13, Issue. 45, No. 1, November 23, 2015 By Camellia Webb-Gannon Introduction This article argues that the democratic ideals espoused by...

End Access Restrictions to Papua

Jayapura, Jubi – Indonesian authorities continue to restrict access by foreign journalists and rights monitors to Indonesia’s easternmost provinces of Papua,...

Palm Oil’s New Frontier is the Vast Rainforest Covering the World’s Second-Largest Island

Jayapura, Jubi/Quartz -Think of New Guinea and images of hilly jungles, winding rivers, and isolated tribal cultures might come to mind. What probably doesn’t: palm...

Despite Military Crackdown in Papua & Other Rights Abuses, Obama Hosts Indonesian President in D.C

Jayapura, Jubi/DemocracyNow – On Monday, President Obama met Indonesia’s new president, Joko Widodo, at the White House to discuss climate change, trade and...

A Glimmer of Hope for West Papua?

By Maire Leadbeater Jayapura, Jubi – It is frustrating that serious human rights abuses in Indonesian-controlled West Papua continue to fly below the radar. This...

BP, Security and Human Rights in West Papua

By Kylie McKenna Jayapura, Jubi – BP is trialing new approaches to security at a major gas site in the Indonesian province. It provides an important opportunity...

Pacific Forum Leaders: Ready to Champion West Papua where the UN has Failed

By : Lealaiauloto Aigaletaulealea Tauafiafi In the 1960s, West Papuans were sacrificed in the name of Cold War politics – and the United Nations have done nothing...

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