Oct 01, 2022 Last Updated 2:22 AM, Sep 25, 2022

Terrorism

Reshaping masculine cultures of terrorism

Former members of terror networks are focussing on masculinity’s role in encouraging violent extremism in Indonesia

An inadvertent terrorist

One man’s humdrum pathway into terrorism demonstrates the need for extra care in prisons and de-radicalisation programs

Book Review: Inventing Imam Samudra

Book Review: Imam Samudra’s Revenge, by Angus McIntyre

More than a fanclub

Islamic State's growing Indonesian support base poses a serious long-term threat

Turning away from terror

Prison can be a place of radicalisation or rehabilitation

Review: My name is Khan

This Indian film’s popularity reveals a popular critique of the US

The wives of Noordin Top

The media portrays women who marry terrorists as victims, but the reality is far more complex

Post-bomb lessons

Strategic planning for disaster remains a low priority for the central government, despite the lessons learned in the aftermath of the Bali bombings.

Osama bin Cool

What do Indonesian students think about Osama bin Laden?

Bush, Osama and the planet

Bill Liddle and Herb Feith

Is Indonesia a terrorist base?

The gulf between rhetoric and evidence is wide

In this issue

Indonesia today is a dangerous place primarily for Indonesians, not foreigners

The Bali Bombing

Understanding the tragedy beyond al-Qaeda and Bush's 'war on terror'

A moderate majority

A deep local tradition of tolerance defends against militancy

Puppeteers on wheels

An innovative shadow puppet show combats post-traumatic stress disorder in Bali

Ritual, politics and tourism

Ritual purification ceremonies have dominated Balinese recovery efforts

Back to the roots

After the bomb, community tourism needs a boost

Sustainable recovery

Balinese people favour green initiatives in recovery effort

Taken by surprise

The Bali bombings reveal the failings of Australian-Indonesian intelligence co-operations

A hybrid order

No joy for extremists in post-bomb Indonesia

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