Sidney Jones is the Director of the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict, Jakarta. From 2002 to 2013, she worked with the International Crisis Group, first as Southeast Asia project director, then from 2007 as senior adviser to the Asia program. Before joining Crisis Group, she worked for the Ford Foundation in Jakarta and New York; Amnesty International in London as the Indonesia–Philippines–Pacific researcher; and Human Rights Watch in New York as the Asia Director. She holds a BA and MA from the University of Pennsylvania. She lived in Shiraz, Iran, for one year as a university student, and studied Arabic in Cairo and Tunisia. She received an honorary doctorate in 2006 from the New School in New York.
01 Nov 2016 10:14No one dares draw a line and recognise religiously-inspired incitement for what it is, let alone condemn it or take measures to stop it.
21 Jul 2016 08:33One of the biggest manhunts in post-Suharto Indonesia has found its target, and Santoso, Indonesia's most wanted terrorist,
12 Jul 2016 08:48What if there was a suicide bombing in Central Java — and no one cared?
23 Nov 2015 13:50Jakarta has reacted to the Paris attacks with condolences, assurances that everything is under control, and scepticism from all sides that there c