Wali Kota Medan Harap Teflin Mampu Majukan Pembelajaran Bahasa Asing
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Diversity and Religious Tolerance: Best Two Mascots of Indonesia
By Ananda Rasti. The author is the observer of Politics and Security at the Institute of Political Analysis and Democracy (LAPD) in Jakarta.
Prioritize the Local Wisdom Values as Media of Conflict Resolution
By Wildan Nasution, the observer of Political and Security issues. Senior researcher Strategic Intelligence Center of Risk Assessment (Cersia) Jakarta.
Political Islamo-phobia Alert
By: Iqbal Fadillah, Social and Politics Observer
Wary of the Revival of the Communist
The Communist movement today depends on the situation, which in certain situations will arise and PKI is currently not ever count out but they stated that their goals have not been achieved.
Addressing the Freeport Case
It's been about 45 years of mining activities by PT Freeport-McMoran Indonesia (Freeport) exploration in the Motherland. Again, a wide variety of polemic caused by the largest contributor to the GDP of the Republic.
Can we reach 6.1% economic growth in 2018?
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has instructed his Cabinet to reach 5.4 to 6.1 percent economic growth in 2018.
Is the Press Freedom Worsening?
By: Andian Wiwaha *)Throughout the period of 2016 conducted by Pers in LBH by advocating litigation and non-litigation and conduct monitoring development of the press, the press in LBH many noted that
Social Media, 212 and Nation Disunity
By: Toni Ervianto *)Actually, knowledge and technology progress have indicated with various tools in social media should be educated everyone, to strengthened national integrity and national hospitali
Questioning Political Actors Behind Nov, 4th Rally Riots
By: Otjih Sewandarijatun *)President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo should have been on a state visit to Australia this week, but instead spent the past two days visiting the country’s armed forces and ma
Crucial Issues Prior to the Regional Election of 2017
By: Toas H *)Simultaneous regional election of 2017 will be held in 101 regions throughout Indonesia consisting of 7 provinces, 18 cities and 76 regencies. The dynamics of the stages of the regional e