We use our depth of expertise on the political and social dynamics in Southeast Asia especially Indonesia to work closely with government and media. Our academics are widely published locally and in the region and we regularly host important updates, conferences and workshops.
Dyah Ayu Kartika addresses the impact of anti-gender movements on gender-related issues and policies in Indonesia and their broader implications for the country's democracy.
This event is tailored for both current students and prospective future students, offering a deep dive into our programs, the emerging career opportunities they provide, and a platform to address a
This seminar series is part of a two-year (2023-2025) research project on Anticipating the Future of War: AI,
Monty Pounder examines Indonesia's pursuit of military power, exploring factors driving acceleration and the contestation process.
Visiting Fellow, Professor Nina Nurmila presents her latest research “Re-reading fiqh from equal gender perspective in response to the high divorce rate in Bandung, West Java, Ind
This 2023 John Gee Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Professor Toni Erskine.
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Since the passage of a new anti-terrorism law in 2018 that allows for preventative strikes against suspected terrorists, law-enforce
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