Indonesia’s Challenge to Radical Islam
By Keith Loveard and Bastiaan Scherpen
The country is emerging as a champion of tolerance amid the rise of the Islamic State.
After Istanbul Attacks, Not Much Clarity on Central Asian Involvement
By Uran Botobekov
Meanwhile, Central Asians in Turkey worry about growing suspicion and ISIS seemingly lashes out around the world.
Kepel vs Roy: Arguing About Islam and Radicalization
By Catherine Putz
Why the Roy vs. Kepel argument matters for Central Asia.
Political Islam in Asia: Rhetoric, Reality and the US Presidential Race
By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
Insights from Emile Nakhleh