Meliput isu-isu internasional. Meraih Penghargaan Karya Jurnalistik 2009 Dewan Pers-UNESCO kategori Kebebasan Pers, lalu Anugerah Swara Sarasvati Award 2010, dan mengikuti Kassel Summer School 2010 di Jerman. Lulusan jurnalisme dari kampus Stikosa-AWS Surabaya ini menjabat Ketua Umum Aliansi Jurnalis Independen Indonesia 2017-2020.
Our Economy is Not Affected Too Much by Global Situation
Mahendra Siregar, Chair of OJK’s Board of Commissioners, on global recession, problems in the insurance industry, and the carbon market.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 27 Maret 2023
We Must Be Fair to Trading Partners
European Union Ambassador to Indonesia Vincent Piket discusses impact of the new EU Deforestation Regulation on Indonesia’s commodities.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 20 Maret 2023
We Must Make Sure that the Elections Will Proceed
General Elections Commission (KPU) Chair Hasyim Asy’ari answers questions about the planned postponement of the elections and the appeal against the verdict on the Prima Party case.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 13 Maret 2023
Israel's Action is More Serious than Apartheid
The UN Special Rapporteur Francesca Albanese reveals the situation in Palestine and why she says Israel maintains an apartheid policy in the territory.
International Edisi : Senin, 13 Maret 2023
I Can’t Ask Them to be Honest
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati on the Rafael Alun Trisambodo case and the measures being taken to restore public trust.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 6 Maret 2023
We Must Go Digital If We Want Speedy Bureaucratic Reform
Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Minister Azwar Anas is pushing for digitalization of public services in the bureaucratic reform program.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 27 Februari 2023
Business and Journalism: Two Sides of the Same Coin?
The Indonesian Press Council is formulating a draft presidential regulation aimed at fostering business equality between news media and digital platforms to ensure that business and quality go hand in hand.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 20 Februari 2023
Banking Criminals Have Infiltrated Cooperatives
Minister of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises Teten Masduki on Indosurya Saving and Loan Cooperative and the loopholes in the Cooperative Law.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 13 Februari 2023
Past Gross Human Rights Violation Cases are Reopened
Commission National on Human Rights Chair Atnike Nova Sigiro on the possibilities of resolving past gross human rights violation cases.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 6 Februari 2023
Immigration Officers are the Face of Indonesia
Newly appointed Immigration Director-General Silmy Karim has the task to overhaul his agency and attract investors through the golden visa scheme.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 30 Januari 2023
Without Follow-Ups, the Team Will Be Just a Lip Service
Makarim Wibisono talks about a myriad of problems faced by the Non-Judicial Resolution Team for Past Serious Human Rights Violations.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 23 Januari 2023
Rainfall Peaks in January, Temperatures to Rise After
Head of BMKG Dwikorita Karnawati explains the causes behind recent extreme weather and predicted drought as well as forest and land fires in 2023.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 9 Januari 2023
Extra-marital Sex Ban Doesn’t Hamper Tourism
How does Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno address foreign tourists’ concerns regarding the new law that criminalizes sex outside marriage and cohabitation?
Interview Edisi : Senin, 2 Januari 2023
Don’t Import Rice if You Want Chaos
National Food Agency Chief Arief Prasetyo Adi on Bulog’s dwindling rice stock and a looming food crisis.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 26 Desember 2022
We Came from a Dark Past
Danish Ambassador to Indonesia, Lars Bo Larsen, on renewable energy, waste management and potentials for electric ferries.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 19 Desember 2022
This Criminal Code Damages Indonesia’s Reputation
Human Rights Watch Asia Director Elaine Pearson considers the new Criminal Code a setback for democracy. Deputy Minister of Justice and Human Rights Eddy Hiariej said that such criticism is baseless.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 12 Desember 2022
Officials Should Not Just Talk
Is it true that the rice stock is running low that we must import it? Bulog Chief Budi Waseso answers.
Interview Edisi : Senin, 5 Desember 2022
Indonesia’s Leadership Will Create Needed Progress
Acting President of Myanmar NUG Duwa Lashi La on application of the five ASEAN consensus points and his hopes when Indonesia takes on the ASEAN chair next year.
Asean & Beyond Edisi : Senin, 5 Desember 2022
COP27 Accomplishes Momentous Decisions
Tempo’s interview with Greenpeace Southeast Asia Executive Director Yeb Saño, who kept close tabs on negotiations at the COP27 climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
Environment Edisi : Senin, 28 November 2022
We Respect Indonesia’s Decision
Norwegian Ambassador to Indonesia Rut Krüger Giverin discusses the termination of the REDD+ emission reduction cooperation agreement by Indonesia last year.