A village in western Bali pioneers e-voting in Indonesia as it chooses its village chief.
Now that the thirteenth general elections are over, some Malaysians are saying that for the sake of maintaining stability in the country any dispute should be settled through lawful way.
Although the election is a year away, the political scene is already rife with speculation about who will lead the country after ten years with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the helm.
As voters wait for official results of the polling, the governor's last-minute deal with a hardline group raises questions.
The face of politics is changing, thanks to a stronger role for the media – and a new crop of candidates who know how to harness it.
Recent court testimony provides more examples of the ways terror outfits recruit new members and strengthen their networks.