Indonesia’s Jokowi Will Remain Tough on Terrorism in Second Term

There is much to rejoice about in Indonesia’s just concluded elections.

More than 80 percent of 190 million eligible voters went to the polls across the 17,000-island archipelago. They were electing not only their president but 575 members of the lower house, 136 members of the Regional Representative Council, and 20,000 officials at the provincial, district and municipal levels.

Fears of “Golput” – or widespread abstentions among voters – proved unfounded.

In the...