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Keoni Marzuki is a Senior Analyst at the Indonesia Programme. He joined the Indonesia Programme in October 2015 after obtaining his M.Sc degree in Strategic Studies in 2015 at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University. He was a programme associate at the Indonesia Programme from 2013-2015 while concurrently studying full-time at RSIS under the Research Analyst Award. He provided assistance to Associate Professor Leonard Sebastian, Jonathan Chen and Adhi Priamarizki in the publication of Indonesia Beyond Reformasi: Necessity and the ‘De-Centering” of Democracy, Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, no. 3 – 2014 (218), Carey School of Law, University of Maryland. He obtained his bachelor degree on political science (international relation) from Parahyangan Catholic University in 2008. His publication have appeared in The Jakarta Post, East Asia Forum and Eurasia Review. Additionally, he had also published in Indonesian journals such as Jurnal Analisis CSIS, Indonesian Quarterly, and Strategic Review.
Keoni is currently working on a project on Indonesia’s Global Maritime Fulcrum concept, its implications to the defence sector, and how the military perceives the concept. Additionally, he is also working on a project to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Indonesia-Singapore bilateral diplomatic relations.
Areas of Expertise
- Indonesian Defence and Security Policy
- Civil-military Relations in Indonesia
- Indonesian Politics
- Indonesian Foreign Policy
Indonesian Presidential Election 2019 - Old Soldiers Never Die: Retired Officers Behind Jokowi, Prabowo
30 January, 2019
CO18106 | Indonesia’s 2018 Regional Elections - The Race For West Java’s Governorship: Some Preliminary Observations
25 June, 2018
CO18059 | Indonesia’s 2018 Regional Elections - The Generals’ Election: More Officers in Politics, More Democracy?
02 April, 2018
CO17154 | Indonesia-Singapore Relations: The Next 50 Years
25 August, 2017
CO17052 | Indonesia’s National Sea Policy: Concretising the Global Maritime Fulcrum
24 March, 2017
CO16092 | Proxy Wars Narrative: TNI-AD’s Quest for Relevance?
21 April, 2016
CO15264 | Indonesia’s Submarines Procurement Plan: Spearheading Jakarta’s Maritime Ambition?
03 December, 2015
Last updated on 22/08/2017