The latest IPAC report, “Rebuilding after Communal Violence: Lessons from Tolikara, Papua”, provides a detailed analysis of the violence and the government response.
The latest IPAC Report traces the trajectory of Abu Gar up to his arrest in connection with the Jakarta attack seventeen years later.
The convergence of a non-violent hardline campaign against Shi’ism with a new determination of pro-ISIS groups to wage war at home is increasing the possibility of violent attacks on Indonesia’s Shi’a minority.
The latest IPAC report discusses the competition between Indonesian ISIS leaders and their increasing risk of more violence.
Various groups appear to be deliberately burnishing the image of Din Minimi to draw attention to criticism of the provincial government.
The latest IPAC report discusses the overhaul of the Timor-Leste judicial system and it’s reform.
IPAC examines the resilience of the pro-independence movement in Papua in their latest report.
The latest IPAC report examines the reluctance of the ruling elites to join a region that will be dominated by Islamic groups from central Mindanao.
IPAC looks at the legislative and July presidential elections in Papua province in their latest report.
IPAC examines the effectiveness of the Indonesian National Anti-Terrorism Agency in their latest report.