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After Baghdadi’s Death, What’s Next for Southeast Asia’s Terrorism Fight?
October 29, 2019

After Baghdadi’s Death, What’s Next for Southeast Asia’s Terrorism Fight?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While the development is a blow to the Islamic State, the implications for Southeast Asia’s wider struggle against terrorism are less clear.

Terrorism Threat Looms Over Indonesia as Attention Shifts to Jokowi’s Second Term
October 18, 2019

Terrorism Threat Looms Over Indonesia as Attention Shifts to Jokowi’s Second Term

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While the president has a range of priorities for his remaining time in office, terrorism remains a challenge for the country.
From Terror to Tranquility: The Quest for a Bali Peace Park in Indonesia
July 10, 2019

From Terror to Tranquility: The Quest for a Bali Peace Park in Indonesia

By Luke Hunt
Nearly two decades after terrorism struck Indonesia, survivors are still looking to realize their hopes for tranquility.

Where Is Jemaah Islamiyah in Southeast Asia’s Terrorism Landscape?
July 08, 2019

Where Is Jemaah Islamiyah in Southeast Asia’s Terrorism Landscape?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent arrest spotlighted the role of JI, which remains a group to watch amid continued regional anxiety about the terrorism threat.

Jokowi’s Failed Bashir Gamble Reveals the Danger of Playing the Religion Card in Indonesia
January 31, 2019

Jokowi’s Failed Bashir Gamble Reveals the Danger of Playing the Religion Card in Indonesia

By Luke Hunt
While it is no surprise that political calculations are being made ahead of upcoming polls, the incident shows how gambles can backfire.

Indonesia President Jokowi to Free Radical Cleric Behind Bali Bombings
January 19, 2019

Indonesia President Jokowi to Free Radical Cleric Behind Bali Bombings

By Niniek Karmini
Abu Bakar Bashir, the spiritual leader of Jemaah Islamiyah, is due to be released next week.

Jemaah Islamiyah: Still Southeast Asia’s Greatest Terrorist Threat
October 07, 2018

Jemaah Islamiyah: Still Southeast Asia’s Greatest Terrorist Threat

By Bilveer Singh
JI, which remains a potent force, is benefitting from a narrow focus on Islamic State.
Islamic State Eyes Asia Base in 2016 in Philippines, Indonesia: Expert
January 14, 2016

Islamic State Eyes Asia Base in 2016 in Philippines, Indonesia: Expert

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Group looking to declare at least one foothold in the region this year.

Singapore Warns of Islamic State Terror Nexus in Southeast Asia
December 10, 2015

Singapore Warns of Islamic State Terror Nexus in Southeast Asia

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Defense minister warns of linking up and formalization of ties between terror groups.

Islamic State on Trial in Indonesia
December 05, 2015

Islamic State on Trial in Indonesia

By Luke Hunt
The Southeast Asian state is intensifying efforts against the threat.

Has a Philippine Militant Group Gone Regional Amid Islamic State Fears?
November 25, 2015

Has a Philippine Militant Group Gone Regional Amid Islamic State Fears?

By Luke Hunt
The Islamic militant group Abu Sayyaf may be spreading its unwanted tentacles.
More Foreigners Kidnapped in Southern Philippines
September 24, 2015

More Foreigners Kidnapped in Southern Philippines

By Luke Hunt
Law and order continues to be a problem in the country's south.

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