Dr Greta Nabbs-Keller is a Research Fellow at The University of Queensland’s Centre for Policy Futures and Adjunct Lecturer at the School of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS-UQ).
Indonesia responds to the cyber dark side
Australia will also benefit from practical bilateral cooperation to enhance Indonesia’s cyber security.
Australia’s Strategic Update: What it means for Indonesia
Jakarta’s response is likely to be complex and will require deft management by Australian policymakers.
Covid-19: Indonesia’s crises can severely reverberate on neighbours
Weakness in government coordination and communication will constrain flexibility to deal with this complex challenge.
Australia-Indonesia: An uncertain world makes for firm friends
Both countries have more and more in common, a fact which should challenge old tropes about difference.
Can Indonesia lead? Maritime tensions with China escalate
Natuna Islands in the South China Sea has flared again, with Jakarta giving every indication it’s not for backing down.
Indonesia’s elections: Jokowi-Ma’ruf appeal to middle ground
Jokowi’s running mate Ma’ruf Amin is reinventing himself as a proponent of moderate Islam.
Indonesia: populism and politicisation of Islam
The terrorism threat in Southeast Asia fundamentally changed over 15 years, but Indonesian laws struggled to adapt.
Indonesia’s anti-terror law: crisis to consensus
How Indonesia moves rapidly from statement to agreement on contentious revisions to anti-terror laws.