• Cyber Wars: Cyber Security and Vulnerability in Indonesia
  • Obama in a Powdered Wig: Politics in Indonesia
  • Small Visitors: Traveling in Asia with Children
  • Personal Safety in Indonesia
Cyber Wars: Cyber Security and Vulnerability in Indonesia

Cyber Wars: Cyber Security and Vulnerability in Indonesia

At present, Indonesia’s cyber security infrastructure is particularly vulnerable to attack and there is just a single law which regulates online information and transactions for its civilians. After more than 36.6 million cyber attacks against Indonesia’s various national Internet portals and websites over the last three years, the Ministry of Defense is […]

Obama in a Powdered Wig: Politics in Indonesia

Obama in a Powdered Wig: Politics in Indonesia

Indonesia’s government is very similar to that of the United States in that it has an executive branch, a legislative branch, and a judicial branch. In addition, Indonesia is, much like the U.S., a democratic republic, however Indonesia’s President acts as the head of state, the head of Indonesia’s government […]

Small Visitors: Traveling in Asia with Children

Small Visitors: Traveling in Asia with Children

If you’re planning on traveling to Indonesia with your children, here are some things you’ll want to remember. Before you leave for your trip, make sure to take note of doctors, clinics, and hospitals in the areas you’ll be visiting if you or your child need emergency medical help. Due to an […]

Personal Safety in Indonesia

Personal Safety in Indonesia

Whether you’re planning on taking a trip to Indonesia for business, pleasure, or even volunteer work, there are a few key things to keep in mind. If this is your first trip to Indonesia, or even your first trip abroad, you’ll want to make sure to follow these tips very […]

 
 

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