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Indonesia’s New Halal Law : Impact on the Political Economy
Indonesia’s new halal certification law will be implemented by the end of 2019. What are the implications of the upcoming halal law on the country’s political economy and on Indonesia’s ambition to be a global halal hub?
The Three Streams Facing Indonesian Muslims : Pulls of Politics
Indonesians are well-aware of the de facto alliance between presidential contender Prabowo Subianto and some Islamist groups. What are the likely effects of religious factors on the 2019 presidential election and how will ...
EU’s Palm Oil Challenge : How Should Singapore Respond?
Palm oil, a major commodity crop in the region, is likely to be phased out in the EU by 2030. Given the potential regional and transboundary implications, a Singapore-centric perspective can be helpful.
Jokowi After the First Term – Indonesia’s KPK : Clipping Its Anti-Corruption Wings?
The Indonesian Parliament (DPR) and the President have discussed and approved an amendment clipping the wings of Indonesia’s independent anti-corruption agency. What are the policy implications and what accounts for the ...