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.
Conflict Resolution in Papua and the Label of Terrorism
By Vidhyandika Djati Perkasa and Alif Satria
Labeling the West Papua National Army-Free Papua Organization a terrorist outfit complicates future conflict resolution efforts.
Indonesia: Staying Calm and Carrying On
By William Mackey
Indonesia's restrained response to the recent Jakarta attacks is welcome.
The Trouble With Indonesia’s New Counterterrorism Command
By Prashanth Parameswaran
A new anti-terror squad could raise old concerns in the country.
The Human Tragedy of West Papua
By Gemima Harvey
The suspicious death of a rebel leader is the latest in a long line of alleged human rights abuses.