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Chaula Rininta Anindya is a Research Analyst at the Indonesia Programme of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. She joined the Indonesia Programme in October 2017 after obtaining her M.Sc degree in Strategic Studies in 2017 at RSIS, NTU. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Universitas Indonesia, graduating with distinction. Prior to joining the Indonesia Programme as a Research Analyst, she was a Student Research Assistant for the Indonesia Programme doing research work and managing Indonesia-Singapore Young Leaders Workshop 2017.
Her research covers the issues of terrorism in Indonesia, radicalisation and de-radicalisation, and civil-military relations in Indonesia. Her publications have appeared in The Jakarta Post, East Asia Forum, and RSIS Commentaries. She is currently working on a project on the Indonesian government’s de-radicalisation programme for the deportee who seek to migrate to Syria to join terrorist groups. This research seeks to assess the counter-terrorism related agencies’ approach to the deportees and identify the gap between the approach and underlying reasons of the deportee to migrate to Syria. Additionally, she is also working on a research on the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI)’s role in counterterrorism.
Areas of Expertise
- Terrorism in Indonesia
- Radicalisation and De-radicalisation
- Civil-Military Relations in Indonesia
- Indonesia’s Defence and Security Policy
Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 - West Java: Tough Fight in Key Battleground
20 March, 2019
Reintegrating Former Terrorist Inmates: Role of Local Government
29 November, 2018
CO18067 | Deradicalising Deportees: Vacuum in Coordination?
11 April, 2018
CO18017 | TNI’s Reshuffle: Jokowi’s Strategic Move
05 February, 2018
CO17224 | TNI’s Role in Counterterrorism: Impact On Military Reform
24 November, 2017
Last updated on 10/10/2017