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Between Continuity and Change: The Rapidly Changing Security Environment in Southeast Asia
July 21, 2019
Between Continuity and Change: The Rapidly Changing Security Environment in Southeast Asia
Luke Hunt speaks to Greg Barton about the subregion’s changing security environment.
Between Continuity and Change: The Rapidly Changing Security Environment in Southeast Asia
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
Nearly two decades after terrorism struck Indonesia, survivors are still looking to realize their hopes for tranquility.
From Terror to Tranquility: The Quest for a Bali Peace Park in Indonesia
Easter Day Terror in Sri Lanka: Geopolitical Implications
April 25, 2019
Easter Day Terror in Sri Lanka: Geopolitical Implications
The Islamic State-claimed attacks that killed nearly 400 people in Sri Lanka mark a watershed in South Asia’s terror landscape.
Easter Day Terror in Sri Lanka: Geopolitical Implications
DNA Tests Confirm Death of Philippine-Based Islamic State-Linked Leader
April 16, 2019
DNA Tests Confirm Death of Philippine-Based Islamic State-Linked Leader
A major Philippine-based IS commander was killed in a March 14 gun battle.
DNA Tests Confirm Death of Philippine-Based Islamic State-Linked Leader
Jemaah Islamiyah: Still Southeast Asia’s Greatest Terrorist Threat
October 07, 2018
Jemaah Islamiyah: Still Southeast Asia’s Greatest Terrorist Threat
JI, which remains a potent force, is benefitting from a narrow focus on Islamic State.
Jemaah Islamiyah: Still Southeast Asia’s Greatest Terrorist Threat
Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect
August 01, 2018
Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect
How extremists in Asia are feeding off each others’ unrelated conflicts.
Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect
The Delhi Declaration: A New Indo-ASEAN Counterterrorism Partnership
January 31, 2018
The Delhi Declaration: A New Indo-ASEAN Counterterrorism Partnership
How can India and Southeast Asian countries cooperate to fight terrorism?
The Delhi Declaration: A New Indo-ASEAN Counterterrorism Partnership
Controversial Indian Salafist a Litmus Test for Malaysia on Counterterrorism
December 08, 2017
Controversial Indian Salafist a Litmus Test for Malaysia on Counterterrorism
India wants Zakir Naik extradited on terror charges.
Controversial Indian Salafist a Litmus Test for Malaysia on Counterterrorism
Transnational Threats in Southeast Asia
November 02, 2016
Transnational Threats in Southeast Asia
We can no longer ignore the connection between security, development, and the rule of law in Southeast Asia.
Transnational Threats in Southeast Asia
How to Counter Terrorism in Southeast Asia
August 17, 2016
How to Counter Terrorism in Southeast Asia
Facing a growing threat from ISIS-linked militants, Southeast Asian states must perfect their counterterror policies.
How to Counter Terrorism in Southeast Asia
Beyond Bombings: The Islamic State in Southeast Asia
January 15, 2016
Beyond Bombings: The Islamic State in Southeast Asia
To understand the group, look at its other tactics.
Beyond Bombings: The Islamic State in Southeast Asia
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
Group looking to declare at least one foothold in the region this year.
Islamic State Eyes Asia Base in 2016 in Philippines, Indonesia: Expert
Who Is a Terrorist?: Lessons from Thailand and the Philippines
January 13, 2016
Who Is a Terrorist?: Lessons from Thailand and the Philippines
In Thailand and Philippines, it's worth digging into the precise definitions of "terrorism."
Who Is a Terrorist?: Lessons from Thailand and the Philippines
Singapore Warns of Islamic State Terror Nexus in Southeast Asia
December 10, 2015
Singapore Warns of Islamic State Terror Nexus in Southeast Asia
Defense minister warns of linking up and formalization of ties between terror groups.
Singapore Warns of Islamic State Terror Nexus in Southeast Asia
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?
The Islamic militant group Abu Sayyaf may be spreading its unwanted tentacles.
Has a Philippine Militant Group Gone Regional Amid Islamic State Fears?
Malaysia to Host New Conference to Tackle Islamic State Challenge
October 08, 2015
Malaysia to Host New Conference to Tackle Islamic State Challenge
ASEAN states and dialogue partners to participate in two-day meeting.
Malaysia to Host New Conference to Tackle Islamic State Challenge
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