1. You have to go to Indonesia and open a shop.
  2. In 2010, Norway and Indonesia signed the world’s first major REDD deal.
  3. India and Indonesia are just entering their high-concrete phase of development.
  4. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has pushed Malaysia and Indonesia to produce more.
  5. Today, the vice-president of Indonesia is a man who was once the nation’s chief Muslim cleric.
  6. At the height of the 2015 fire season Indonesia was emitting more greenhouse gas daily than the US.
  7. It will take at least a few years to determine whether the Saudi role in Indonesia has truly shifted.
  8. When the Saudi monarch King Faisal first visited Indonesia in 1967, he was deeply impressed by Natsir.
  9. Half a million people, all dressed in white, radiated from the Hotel Indonesia roundabout in central Jakarta.
  10. Every Saudi national could leave Indonesia tomorrow and there would still be a vibrant Salafi ecosystem in place.
  11. At the second protest, on 2 December, the president of Indonesia himself showed up, unannounced, and prayed with them.