Reports from Afghanistan and contemporary memory activism teach us that memories of trauma run deep, as the author and others have found among the Sulawesi survivors of DI/TI.
The loyalty of some Islamist groups to AQ, and by extension, the Taliban, is evident from the content posted on their respective affiliated websites and publications.
Bringing them home is the only option that addresses both the humanitarian and security aim of weakening Indonesian links to terrorist networks abroad.
Survey data points to a certain fragility in FPI’s support, but the longer-term consequences of banning of FPI may be a greater cause for concern.
Beyond future statehood, supporting the Palestinian right of self-determination should acknowledge they are best placed to shape their future.
Will the crackdown demonstrate the powerlessness of Islamists or serve as a unifying issue?
The Indonesian government's approach to Islamic outliers simultanesously marks them as dangerous and fails to protect the vulnerable from harm
The meaning of pluralism in NU cannot possibly have a single and monolithic meaning.
A reflection on the Jokowi and Prabowo campaign strategies and how they unfolded.