Indonesia terrorism


Are Indonesian Universities Really a Breeding Ground For Terrorism?

The BNPT thinks so, but experts aren't so convinced.


Indonesia is Arresting More Terrorists Than Ever Before, and That's Creating a Huge Problem

Over-crowded prisons are about to get even more packed.


Indonesia's Latest Terrorism Raids Have Some Wondering If New Law Goes Too Far

The police are more powerful than ever thanks to a new anti-terrorism law passed in the wake of May's brutal attacks.


Everything We Know (So Far) About the Terrorist Attacks in Surabaya

It's tragic times in Indonesia's second city.


ISIS Claims Responsibility for Riot at Prison Housing Former Jakarta Governor Ahok

Update: Five officers were killed in the riot, and one is still being held hostage.


Can Indonesia Keep Philippines Assault Rifles Out of Indonesian Militants' Hands?

The arrest of a key figure in the regional gun running network shed fresh light on an old problem. But is it enough?


Is Indonesia's Homegrown ISIS Recruiter Actually Dead?

Bahrun Naim was the head of ISIS' Southeast Asian militant faction Katibah Nusantara and a man directly named as the overseas orchestrator of at least four terrorist plots in Indonesia.


Indonesia Is Worried About Where the Maute Militants Will Go Next

Fighting in the southern Philippines may send ISIS-linked rebels fleeing toward Indonesia.


Indonesian Security Forces Have Crushed the Islamist Insurgency in Poso

The East Indonesia Mujahideen is down to the seven surviving members.