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The Trouble With Indonesia’s New Counterterrorism Command
June 11, 2015
The Trouble With Indonesia’s New Counterterrorism Command
A new anti-terror squad could raise old concerns in the country.
The Trouble With Indonesia’s New Counterterrorism Command
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence
September 11, 2014
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence
With ideology spreading via social media, authorities need to consider a ‘soft’ approach as well as traditional tactics.
Indonesia, Malaysia and the Fight Against Islamic State Influence
Reenacting the Bali Bombings
October 31, 2011
Reenacting the Bali Bombings
Umar Patek has been back in Bali to help reenact events leading up to the 2002 Bali Bombing.
Reenacting the Bali Bombings
ASEAN’s 9/11 Differences
September 08, 2011
ASEAN’s 9/11 Differences
Southeast Asian nations have taken different approaches to tackling terrorism since the September 11 attacks.
ASEAN’s 9/11 Differences
ASEAN’s 9/11 Differences
September 08, 2011
ASEAN’s 9/11 Differences
Southeast Asian nations have taken different approaches to tackling terrorism since the September 11 attacks.
ASEAN’s 9/11 Differences
Java Bombing Signals Change
April 22, 2011
Java Bombing Signals Change
A suicide bombing in West Java underscores the shifting tactics of militants towards individual jihad.
Java Bombing Signals Change
Radicals Echo JI Across Indonesia
February 22, 2011
Radicals Echo JI Across Indonesia
Indonesia had some success against terrorists in 2010. But recent protests suggest the hardliners are still a threat.
Radicals Echo JI Across Indonesia
How Terrorism Still Looms Over Asia
December 29, 2010
How Terrorism Still Looms Over Asia
Counterterrorism doesn’t get the attention it used to. But recent successes can’t mask the risk it still poses in South-east Asia.
How Terrorism Still Looms Over Asia
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