Made Supriatma

Mr Made Supriatma is a Visiting Fellow in the Indonesia Studies Programme at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute. Made’s research focus is on Indonesian politics, civil-military relations, and ethnic/identity politics and he is also a freelance journalist.

Articles by Made Supriatma (13)

Indonesia’s Volatile Coalition Politics: PKB’s Move Broke the 2024 Presidential Race Logjam

Made Supriatma

The focus is now on choices for Indonesia’s next vice president after Anies Baswedan secured a surprise choice for his running mate in 2024.

Indonesia’s Democracy after 25 Years of Reformasi: Rights, Wrongs, and Reflections

Deasy Simandjuntak|Made Supriatma

In this podcast, Fulcrum editor Julia Lau discusses the direction of Indonesian democracy with Dr Deasy Simandjuntak and Mr Made Supriatma, 25 years after the momentous fall of Suharto. Rights, wrongs and reflections: which way forward for Indonesia with the 2024 elections?

PDI-P Nominates Ganjar Pranowo as Its Presidential Candidate: What’s Next?

Made Supriatma

Indonesia’s largest political party has finally ended the speculation on whom it will back for 2024’s presidential race. Game on.

Ganjar Pranowo’s 2024 Presidential Candidacy: Trapped in the Middle

Made Supriatma

A promising 2024 presidential contender’s hopes rest on political forces beyond his control.

Bobby Nasution

Why Did the Mayor of Medan Make Anti-LGBT Statements?

Made Supriatma

Joko Widodo’s son-in-law, Medan mayor Bobby Nasution, kicked off 2023 with a controversial remark which might prove to be more bane than boon for the aspiring rookie politician.