Gregory Fealy is Associate Professor of Indonesian Politics and Head of the Department of Political and Social Change at The Australian National University.
His career highlights include: Chair of the Australia-Indonesia Institute within the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Director of the Partnership in Islamic Education Scholarships (PIES) Program; Visiting Professor in Indonesian Politics at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Washington DC; Indonesia analyst with the Australian Government; and consultant on Indonesian civil society, election and Islamic education programs.
Jokowi’s bungled ban of Hizbut Tahrir
The proposed ban on HTI looks very much like an abuse of state power for political aims.
Lowy Institute PapersZealous democrats: Islamism and democracy in Egypt, Indonesia and Turkey
The question is often asked 'What will Islamists do to democracy?' But it seems equally valid to ask 'What might democracy do to Islamists?' Anthony Bubalo, Greg Fealy and Whit…
Lowy Institute PapersJoining the caravan? The Middle East, Islamism and Indonesia
September 11 2001 and the Bali Bombing in November 2002 evoked images of a militant Islamist wave sweeping the globe from the Middle East, radicalising once peaceful Muslim…