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Ristian Supriyanto

Andi Supriyanto is Indonesian Presidential PhD Scholar at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs at ANU. Before joining the ANU, he worked for the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies and the University of Indonesia.

Articles by Ristian Supriyanto (2)

  • Trilateral patrols in the Sulu-Sulawesi Seas: Don't expect too much

    Notoriously described as the 'terrorist transit triangle' (T3), the Sulu-Sulawesi Seas have recaptured global attention after the Mindanao-based Abu Sayyaf Group kidnapped Indonesian and Malaysian nationals in late March-early April 2016. The kidnappings prompted Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines to initiate trilateral patrols. On May 5 the three governments met in Indonesia and issued a joint declaration that would serve as the political basis for such patrols.
  • Australia-Indonesia: A marriage of inconvenience?

    'Condemned to Crisis?' is a new Lowy Institute Paper now available for purchase as an e-book or in bookstores. Geographical proximity and the need to address shared security challenges have married Australia and Indonesia together, if inconveniently. But Ken Ward's Condemned to Crisis? warns us of the danger of putting too much expectation on the relationship. To that end, he offers some interesting observations.