Recent discontinuous political change in Indonesia has disrupted exploration and production operations of overseas investors. Disruption raises issues of uncertainty, risk, and pre-dictability. Political risk factors are calculated from economic and financial data. Background political risk in Indonesia is on the order of 15% and crisis political risk is on the order of 40%. The approach to political risk presented herein is consistent with the Neoclassical Liberal economic ideology that economics should determine politics.

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