West Papua leaders like Franz Albert Joku and Nicholas Simion Messet are rare. They have strong integrity for West Papuan people interest. That is why they left separatism and West … Continue Reading Franz Albert Joku and Nicholas Simion Messet
Today, several different online medias inform us about two former senior OPM fighters who voluntarily support democratization and development in Papua Province. They are Franz Albert Joku and Nicholas Simion Messet. I don’t … Continue Reading Franz Albert Joku and Nicholas Simion Messet
Political analysts, Indonesianists, and observers may have one common tendency on their analysis regarding Indonesia’s position on Kosovo’s Independence. The discouragement from domestic factor of separatism seems take the position as the … Continue Reading Kosovo and Papua: Incomparable Case
Indonesia: Censorship Mr. Andrew Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make representations to the government of Indonesia on the banning and seizure … Continue Reading The Improvement of Indonesian Human Rights
Marcellus Rantetana wrote a very interesting article about development in Papua. Actually I don’t want to copy paste the article and simply put it here so all element of Free … Continue Reading A New Papua ?
A very important warning from Papuan civil society was sent to the Papuan People’s Assembly (MRP). The warning should be taken seriously in order to improve the democratic atmosphere in Papua. … Continue Reading Papuan People’s Assembly under fire ahead of Kalla trip
Lorentz National Park (Source: The Ministry of Forestry, Republic of Indonesia) Yesterday, when I browsed the internet I have found a very interesting link on Lorentz National Park. Located at … Continue Reading Lorentz National Park, Indonesia
What is the meaning of a report from Freeport-Mc Moran Copper & Gold Inc about company’s expectation for copper and gold output in 2008 from its new areas of exploration … Continue Reading Freeport Report
God helping us in a mysterious way. Aid package from Australian Governement is an indirect help from God. The Foreign Minister Stephen Smith announced the renewed Australian aid package for … Continue Reading Australian Aid Package
During the era of New Order the degree of press freedom was at a very low level. All Indonesian adult, including in Papua still remember the breidel mechanism to kill … Continue Reading Degree of Press Freedom in Papua
During the years of Indonesia’s undemocratic New Order regime, successive UK Governments from Harold Macmillan then Alec Douglas to John Major then Tony Blair, have supported Generals Suharto who rule … Continue Reading Papua Issue in Indonesia-UK relation
Papua issue in Indonesia-Australia relation is a kind of illumination project of political opportunist and separatist leaders who can not see the bright future of Papua under its tribal democracy. Our … Continue Reading Papua Issue in Indonesia-Australia relation
One of the most critical problem in Papua is health, especially the the spread of HIV/AIDS to the population, particularly among prostitutes and their users. Special attention should be taken … Continue Reading AIDS Battle in Papua
A very interesting article wrote by Robert Lindsay entitled The Peopling of Indonesia can be used as a first step to further understand the diversity of Indonesia. What I am interested is … Continue Reading Indonesian: Who are we?
Source: Canadianpress.google.com In this photo released by the World Wildlife Fund, a leatherback turtle fitted with a satellite tracking device heads for the sea on July 25, 2003, on a … Continue Reading Leatherback turtle swims from Indonesia to Oregon in epic journey
Source : VoaNews.com By Marianne Kearney Jakarta 07 February 2008 A remote village in the central highlands of Indonesia’s Papua province is now better connected to the outside world because … Continue Reading Radio Connects Remote Papuan Village