Showing posts with label indonesia. Show all posts
Showing posts with label indonesia. Show all posts

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Map: Indonesia Makes Plans to Move Capital

Map: Indonesia says it's moving its capital from Jakarta to a new location in Borneo. Map shows old site, approximate new site, former capital on Yogyakarta, and Palangkaraya, which was considered for the location of the new capital but not chosen.

(Based on blank map by Wikipedia user Indon. License: CC BY-SA)

A PolGeoNow News Brief

Here at Political Geography Now, we prioritize reporting on things in the world that have actually changed. But sometimes news about future or possible changes, like Belize and Guatemala going to court over their border dispute, are interesting enough that we want to share them with you sooner. This article represents a new format where we'll be publishing short, to-the-point summaries of those kinds of geography news stories. As always, we encourage you to tell us what you think by leaving a comment on our Twitter or Facebook!