Made Supriatma

Mr Made Supriatma is Visiting Fellow in the Indonesia Studies Programme at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.

Articles by Made Supriatma (5)

Indonesia’s ‘New’ Security Approach in Papua is Fraught with Risks

Made Supriatma

The Indonesian military has proposed a 'softer' and more 'humanistic' approach in dealing with the restive security situation in Papua. But this could be ill-advised and premature.

Jokowi Playing It Safe by Picking Loyalists to Lead the Indonesian Military

Made Supriatma

The latest leadership reshuffle in the TNI reflects President Jokowi’s desire to ensure he has loyalists at the helm, as political jockeying intensifies in Indonesia.

Jokowi’s Shrinking Opposition: Smoothening the Path to Constitutional Amendments

Made Supriatma

PAN’s entry into Jokowi’s ruling coalition has cemented the President’s strong grip over Indonesia’s legislative assemblies and could make passing constitutional amendments even easier.

Gibran Rakabuming Raka

Indonesia’s Regional Elections: Jokowi’s About-Face on Oligarchy

Made Supriatma

Indonesia’s recent regional elections were generally successful. But they have also unmasked an interesting development – the pursuit of oligarchy by a president who was once dead set against it.

Indonesia’s Islamist Groups: The Logic of Strategic Silence

Made Supriatma

Indonesia’s Islamist groups have not hit back at President Jokowi for his handling of the current Covid-19 pandemic. There are several reasons for their strategic silence.