“An Eye for an Eye…" - the Tragic Execution Of Ruyati and a Way Forward for Indonesia
The brutal and unnecessary execution of Ruyati brings into stark focus the terrible implications and consequences of the use of the death penalty.
Challenging the Legitimacy of Suharto Era Government Debt
It is estimated that $10 billion of World Bank’s $30 billion loans were misappropriated with the Bank’s knowledge.
Government Secures Public Private Partnership in Indonesia—Sort Of
The PPP concept was first introduced in 1992 in the UK, where they have been one of the largest and biggest investments in UK infrastructure
Port Businesses - Three Years After the Enactment of the 2008 Shipping Law
There is a serious lack of regulations clarifying which assets belongs to Pelindo, which of these assets will be transferred and how they will be transferred.
Hukumonline Global Developments in Civil Society Update - Tax Evasion in Zambia
Five NGOs file an OECD complaint against Glencore International AG and First Quantum Minerals for violation of OECD Guidelines
Football and Other Religions
There are only two things that can unite and at the same time divide the Indonesian people: they are football and religion.
Disorder and Distractions Leading up to a Manufactured 2014 ‘Hero’
"A word to the wise ain't necessary; it's the stupid ones who need the advice." And those are the ones who are being distracted by the latest news of little substance.
No positive news
People living with HIV face corruption and incompetence in the national health system combined with complicity by foreign donors
Has Gayus Played Us All?
Like in a game of chess, you always sacrifice your pawns to save your king or to distract your opponent’s attention while you plan your next move.
Bakrie’s Tax Troubles: the Kaltim Prima Coal Case
The disputes between the Bakrie Group and the Ministry of Finance over a range of tax issues stems from a rather blatant transfer-pricing scheme.
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