What did we learn during the current American impeachment hearings?
Building the Open Source Circular Economy
An exterior view of the Indonesian Constitusional Court building in Jakarta
Digital literacy movements require collaboration between the government, social media platforms and the public
Democracy has come to mean little more than electing politicians on the basis of their promises, then watching them fail to keep them.
Indonesia’s Constitutional Court Thursday rejected defeated presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto’s lawsuit against incumbent Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s victory in the 2019 April presidential election.
Indonesia, whose research budget is still among the lowest in the world, should encourage more research-based innovations to boost its economic growth.
The unexpected election win for Scott Morrison and his Coalition in Australia on 17 May means that refugees in the region continue to face gruelling prospects of finding a durable solution in their search for effective international protection.
Either our system is going to break, or Trump’s finally going to fail. It’s an exhausting drama.
What happens when the smokescreen clouds everything?
Hiding investigations crucial for the Rule of Law behind ones that undermine that rule.
I’ll tell you who the next president of the U.S. will be.
Many Trump supporters don’t care to understand anyone else. That’s the reason why we have such discord in this nation.
Indonesians were surprised when Para Wijayanto, leader of the Jema’ah Islamiyah (JI) terrorist network, was arrested earlier this month. The Southeast Asia terrorist network, responsible for the 2002 Bali bombings, is still alive and kicking.
Guerrilla Translation (GT) began its life as an activist translation collective of politicised, conscious translators. Our motivation is to create a plurilingual knowledge commons, accessible through GT’s websites (English and Spanish so far). But GT is also a translation/language agency offering a variety of communication services and its governance model ties these two facets together.
Indonesia’s president-elect delivered his victory speech in Sentul, West Java, on July 14 2019.