- Professor Tim Lindsey
Director, Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
Jakarta riots reveal Indonesia’s deep divisions
A University of Melbourne expert says Indonesia’s post-election riots and violence highlight the tensions over the place of Islam in the democracy.
Widodo on track to win, but what next?
What does a second term for Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo mean? University of Melbourne experts cover all the angles from policy to civil society and women.
Indonesia goes to the polls: Rematch or replay?
The same candidates are running in this year's Indonesia elections, but Subianto’s main advantage is that he is not Jokowi says a University of Melbourne expert
Is our democracy broken?
What could the future hold for Australia's democracy? The University of Melbourne's McKinnon Prize in Political Leadership looks for leaders tackling the future
20 years after Soeharto: Is Indonesia’s ‘era reformasi’ over?
Indonesia's President Soeharto’s 32-year rule ended 20 years ago, but a University of Melbourne expert says recent changes raise questions about the future.
Blasphemy, treason and democracy: Jakarta goes to the polls
Indonesian voters are at the polls to elect a new governor of Jakarta, the University of Melbourne's Tim Lindsey talks through the religious and racial tensions
On Indonesia: Language, law and looking past the boats
Tim Lindsey explores Australian-Indonesian relations, including the lack of Indonesian speakers in Australia and the perennial problem of the boats.