The stories to watch in Southeast Asia this week: a cyber-attack on personal data and health information in Singapore, while Suharto’s son announces he’ll run as a legislative candidate in Papua Province in next year’s elections.
A conversation with Dian Yulia Novi, the first woman to be convicted for plotting a bomb attack in Indonesia, sheds light on the journey taken towards radicalisation and violence.
This week: Is the Trump-Kim Summit still on? Will Mahathir be nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize? Who is The Phnom Penh Post’s new owner?
New Naratif’s North Sumatra consulting editor takes a look at stories to watch across Southeast Asia, 20–27 May.
A weekly look-ahead at Southeast Asia’s major stories.
The Al-Hidayah Islamic Boarding School seeks to break the cycle of generational terrorism in Indonesia.