A policy without a strategy

With maritime tensions in the region likely to escalate further, Indonesia must reassess its Indo-Pacific strategy, Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto writes.

How can we fix Australia’s Indonesia anxiety?

Indonesia is the neighbour that makes Australians feel uneasy but also want to get on with.

Australia-Indonesia Cooperation on Asylum-Seekers: A Case of 'Incentivised Policy Transfer'

Published in Australian Journal of International Affairs, 68(2) 2014: 177-93.

Inducement or entry ticket? Broker networks and vote buying in Indonesia

This paper presents preliminary findings of a study of vote buying in several districts in Java during Indonesia’s 2014 legislative elections.

The state and management of Islamic education in Indonesia and Malaysia

My research explores the nature of Islamic education systems in Indonesia and Malaysia and the different approaches taken by the states in both countries to

Indonesia's ‘Great Power’ Aspirations: A Critical View

Indonesia is readying itself for a return to a diplomatic assertiveness not seen since the early 1960s.

Assessing Indonesia's Normative Influence: Wishful Thinking or Hidden Strength

Mathew Davies and Susan Harris-Rimmer, 'Assessing Indonesia's Normative Influence: Wishful Thinking or Hidden Strength', Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, 3(1) 2016: 80-8.

The New Nationalism in Indonesia

A new nationalist mood is visible in Indonesia, expressed in increasingly bellicose rejection of alleged foreign interference in Indonesia's affairs and in d


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