Indonesia's recently proposed "virginity tests" illustrate the tendency to blame or punish women for more liberal attitues to sexuality, writes Nasya Bahfen.
The Foreign Minister's description of asylum seekers as economic refugees is inflammatory and part of an attempt to make the problem disappear, write Mary Crock, Michelle Foster and Jane McAdam.
Ironically, the most important outcome of improved defence ties with Indonesia may well be political rather than strategic, writes Alan Dupont.
Aside from the occasional controversy, most businesses find Indonesia quite accessible, writes Tim Harcourt.
UNSW's HIV researchers continue to cement their reputation as world leaders in their field.
The Bali bombing of 2002 changed the course of UNSW postgraduate Ni Wayan Rahayu's life; but she was neither a witness nor survivor.