Cameron Sumpter is a Senior Analyst at the Centre of Excellence for National Security at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies.
His research interests include processes of radicalisation and mobilisation, extremist organisations and intra-movement dynamics, disengagement and counter-radicalisation initiatives, the psychology of terrorism, and social movement theory.
After the attack: Supporting victims of terrorism in Indonesia
The country's revised anti-terrorism law is a step in the right direction, but it needs to go much further.
Terror suspects’ riot in Jakarta underscores prison problems
Greater coordination and information sharing is required for deradicalisation efforts to be effective.
Countering youth radicalisation in Indonesia
A visit to an ornate Catholic church is one of several ways Indonesians are seeking to challenge hard-line Muslim attitudes.
Why neighbourhood policing is critical to preventing terrorism
The value of neighbourhood policing in countering violent extremism goes beyond the collection of intelligence.