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AssessmentsAug 12, 2019 | 09:00 GMT
Cars and motorcycles line up at a fuel station in Purwokerto, on the island of Java, Indonesia, on Nov. 17, 2014.
In Indonesia, Energy Reform Takes a Back Seat to Pragmatism
Pragmatism is winning out over ambition, at least as far as energy reform in Indonesia is concerned. When he assumed office in 2014, Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo promised big changes for both the upstream and downstream energy sectors in an effort to attain greater local control of hydrocarbon production and stanch the flow of state funds into expensive consumer fuel subsidies. With this, Jokowi hoped to foster long-term self-reliance in extraction and production while channeling subsidy savings into much-needed infrastructure improvements, right-sizing fuel demand and lowering the country's reliance on imported fuel. All of the changes were part of Jokowi's overall bid to foster an economy based on manufacturing and industry, rather than raw commodity exports. But five years on, the results have been mixed. Jokowi's government has taken a more cautious approach out of fears of a public backlash and economic repercussions, compelling gasoline prices to remain flat
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AssessmentsOct 30, 2017 | 09:30 GMT
Conspiracy Theories From Across the Iron Curtain
For any student of protection, the Kennedy assassination is one of a handful of cases that demand dissection and close study. Separating the facts of the case from the fiction it has inspired is a tall order, though. It's hard to find another case that has drawn so much scrutiny and generated so many conspiracy theories. The recent release of previously classified documents on Kennedy's assassination reveals just how far these theories reached and offers new insight into a harrowing moment in American history.
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AssessmentsDec 29, 2016 | 09:15 GMT
The scandal at engineering company Odebrecht could topple the Brazilian president.
In Brazil, Testimonies Against Tradition
The political consequences of the record plea bargain struck by Brazil's largest engineering company, Odebrecht, have put Michel Temer's presidency at risk. Brazil's political scene has long been mired in corruption scandals, compounded by increasing fragmentation and unstable ruling coalitions. Temer himself only took power in August after former President Dilma Rousseff was impeached and removed from office for violating budgetary laws. But her exit from office did not bring stability and Temer, too, has been beset by corruption allegations surrounding Odebrecht, which has admitted to making illegal political donations and manipulating government contracts. If this scandal ends in the ouster of Temer, it would pave the way for an outsider to become a strong candidate in the next presidential election in 2018.
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AssessmentsMar 4, 2016 | 20:25 GMT
Brazil: The Politics of Policing Corruption
Early March 4, former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his close friend and political ally, businessman Paulo Okamotto, were detained for questioning in the 24th phase of the country's anti-corruption probe, known as Lava Jato. Both men have since been released, but the episode will have consequences for da Silva's party and for Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. As the former president, da Silva is one of Rousseff's biggest political allies, and his friendship is all the more important to Rousseff while she is under investigation for her purported role in the Petrobras oil scandal. Some fear da Silva's detainment, and possible indictment, could strengthen the parties in Brazil calling for Rousseff's impeachment. Whatever the prosecutors' motives, the move will have important political ramifications.
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