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Indonesian vigilantes are voicing a conservative Islam, but they are not becoming terrorists. (Terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia)

  • Dr Abdil Mughis Mudhoffir,

Members of Islamic street gangs mostly have no religious credentials, and don’t aim to establish an Islamic state.

Politicising blasphemy in Indonesia: How Islamic alliances are established

  • Rafiqa Qurrata A’yun,

Conservative Muslim groups in an increasingly Islamic Indonesian society are attempting to establish alliances with opportunist politicians.

“My kids need me, but we need money too”: Female GOJEK drivers in Indonesia

  • Associate Professor Amalinda Savirani & Wening Mustika,

For poor women who work as motorcycle-taxi drivers, the twin burdens of care-giving and supplementing family income have intensified.

South Korea’s prospects for a middle-power alliance in the era of COVID-19

  • Professor Taekyoon Kim,

The COVID-19 crisis has created opportunities to reinvigorate middle-power coalitions.

Governance or social resilience: Learning from Southeast Asia’s experience with COVID-19

WEBINAR: How Indonesia, Singapore and Vietnam are weathering the COVID-19 crisis.