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Addressing Jemaah Islamiyah’s Infrastructure in Sulawesi

Addressing Jemaah Islamiyah’s Infrastructure in Sulawesi

By Alif Satria
Despite aggressive counterterrorism efforts, Sulawesi still plays an important role for JI as a venue for key fundraising, membership training, and preaching.

The Prospect of US-Taliban Counterterrorism Cooperation: Is the Embrace Worth It?

The Prospect of US-Taliban Counterterrorism Cooperation: Is the Embrace Worth It?

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
Suggested convergence on counterterrorism cooperation between the United States and the Taliban may be a double-edged sword. 
Asia and the ‘Global War on Terror’

Asia and the ‘Global War on Terror’

By Mariya Y. Omelicheva, Abdul Basit, Bilveer Singh, and Sean R. Roberts
Launched in the wake of 9/11, the GWOT has had far-reaching consequences across Asia. 

Weaponized Drones: The Next Terrorist Modus Operandi in Southeast Asia?

Weaponized Drones: The Next Terrorist Modus Operandi in Southeast Asia?

By V. Arianti and Muh Taufiqurrohman
There are good reasons for governments to anticipate the use of drones in future attacks by regional militant groups.

What’s in the Philippines’ New Anti-Terrorism Act?

What’s in the Philippines’ New Anti-Terrorism Act?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A key legal change in the country’s counterterrorism approach is moving closer to reality.

Hand-in-Hand 2019: Indian and Chinese Armies Come Together for Joint Military Exercise

Hand-in-Hand 2019: Indian and Chinese Armies Come Together for Joint Military Exercise

By StoriesAsia
The two-week exercise included more than 250 Chinese and Indian military personnel engaged in various joint counterterrorism trainings.

What Does the New Counterterrorism Exercise Mean for the Quad?

What Does the New Counterterrorism Exercise Mean for the Quad?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The recent development again put the minilateral arrangement in the headlines.
The Trouble with the New Anti-Subversion Act Push for the Philippines

The Trouble with the New Anti-Subversion Act Push for the Philippines

By Luke Lischin
The push for a new move bears noting within the Duterte administration's broader approach to managing security issues.

Tracing Indonesia’s Counterterrorism Measures Since the 2002 Bali Bombings

Tracing Indonesia’s Counterterrorism Measures Since the 2002 Bali Bombings

By Kathrin Rucktäschel and Christoph Schuck
Indonesia’s current focus on reactive, and in a narrow sense preventive, measures for fighting terrorism can only offer short-term success.

China, Pakistan Conclude Bilateral Counterterrorism Exercises

China, Pakistan Conclude Bilateral Counterterrorism Exercises

By Ankit Panda
The sixth iteration of the bilateral ‘Warrior’ exercise concluded in Punjab.

How Economic Growth Can Help Defeat Terrorism in Afghanistan

How Economic Growth Can Help Defeat Terrorism in Afghanistan

By M. Ashraf Haidari
The campaign for Afghanistan's economy must stand on equal footing with the counterterrorism campaign.
Can Pakistan Pursue an Independent Foreign Policy?

Can Pakistan Pursue an Independent Foreign Policy?

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan cannot follow an independent foreign policy unless the country’s ruling elite makes changes domestically.

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