Will India Become a Leading Agricultural Power?

India’s agriculture policy saw its genesis when the country was a food-deficit nation.

#INTERNATIONAL

Architectural Perspective on Zero Waste

A Balinese architect follows his cardinal rule: “Do not create waste during the design process.”

JANUARY 14 #ENVIRONMENT

Last-Minute Rescue for the Environment

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to reverse Trump administration's policies on climate change.

DECEMBER 22 #ENVIRONMENT

Leadership in a Crisis

In a democratic country, public trust is the most important currency and Jokowi has earned it, again.

DECEMBER 17 #POLICY

Asean Energy Profile and The Role of Indonesia

Indonesia’s potential lies mainly in biofuels and electric vehicles.

DECEMBER 16 #OPINION

Neobanks and the Future of Digital Banking in Indonesia

With a high mobile penetration rate and a young, tech-savvy population, Indonesia is ideally suited for widespread adoption of neobanks.

DECEMBER 10 #TECH

The Evolution of Supply Chains In Manufacturing

Innovation strategies bring out digital transformation and strengthen the supply chain of Indonesia’s priority sectors.

DECEMBER 07 #OPINION

VISION

Medical Workers in Jakarta Get Their First Covid-19 Vaccine Jab

Sixty health workers at Puskesmas Cilandak have received their Covid-19 vaccine.

#EYEWITNESS

Indonesia’s Technology Challengers Are Racing Ahead

Emerging tech challengers founded in Indonesia is growing by 30 percent year-on-year, outpacing India, Singapore, Japan, and China.

DECEMBER 04 #TECH

India at the Centre of Fight Against Covid

As the world’s largest supplier of drugs, India is at the centre of global efforts to produce a Covid vaccine.

DECEMBER 02 #INTERNATIONAL

Boosting Women Is Fundamental to Indonesia’s Digital Opportunity

Boosting women in technology in Indonesia offers an invaluable opportunity to unlock a wider talent pool that can drive Indonesia forward.

NOVEMBER 12 #COMMENTARY

Reimagining Indonesia’s Healthcare With Telemedicine

Driven by a shortage of professionals and the lack of medical care in rural areas, telemedicine providers have popped up in Indonesia.

NOVEMBER 09 #COMMENTARY

The Burning Issue: Fighting Forest Fires With Technology

Digital technology can play a major part in preventing and fighting recurring forest fires and the resulting haze in Southeast Asia.

OCTOBER 09 #ENVIRONMENT

Disaster and Uncertainties: Donald Trump’s Meeting with Fate

His skepticism towards the widely-accepted health protocols has led him to an act of hubris -- refusal to wear a mask.

OCTOBER 08 #INTERNATIONAL

Is Indonesia Ready for the Future of Gold? 

Digital gold can cut high premiums associated with buying, insuring, storing, and owning gold, making it accessible to the everyday consumer

OCTOBER 08 #COMMODITY

Unlocking the Potential of Indonesia’s E-Commerce Industry

With sales expected to hit a $30 billion high at the end of 2020, the country’s burgeoning e-commerce industry is only just getting started.

SEPTEMBER 28 #OPINION

How Automakers Can Survive when Pandemic Puts Cars on Ignore List

The work for the automakers now is how to market their products amid the lower demand.

SEPTEMBER 24 #MANUFACTURING

Emerging Stronger from Covid-19 with Flexible CSR Programs

Companies can play a critical role by altering and switching their existing CSR programs to better respond to their communities' needs.

SEPTEMBER 22 #OPINION

Indonesia's 'Soft Approach' against Terrorism Vetoed by US, So What's Next?

Indonesia failed to win UN Security Council support for its counterterrorism program due to veto by the US..

SEPTEMBER 18 #SECURITY

Technology Is Key to Rebooting Tourism

Coordination amongst Asean governments, as well as partnerships with industry, will determine and map the pace of tourism recovery.

SEPTEMBER 02 #TRAVEL

The Spirit of Solidarity is Necessary for Today’s Europe

Thanks to “Solidarity” Poland broke free from the Soviet zone and Europe could become one and entire again.

AUGUST 31 #INTERNATIONAL