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Indonesian Heroes and Villains: National Identity, Politics, Law, and Security

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Academic Editors: Nathan Franklin (Charles Darwin University) and Hans Hägerdal (Linnaeus University)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17645/pag.i380

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Indonesian Heroes and Villains: National Identity, Politics, Law, and Security
Nathan Franklin and Hans Hägerdal
Editorial | Open Access | Published: 29 May 2024
Pahlawan, Pengkhianat, Atau Penjahat (Hero, Traitor, or Villain): A Personal Journey Through Indonesian History
Steven Farram
Article | Open Access | Published: 8 March 2024
Gus Dur’s Enduring Legacy: Accruing Religious Merit in the Afterlife
Nathan Franklin
Article | Open Access | Published: 8 March 2024
Indonesian Women and Terrorism: An Analysis of Historical and Contemporary Trends
Kate Macfarlane
Article | Open Access | Published: 17 April 2024
A “Maverick Salafi Political Jihadist” in a Turbulent Period: A Biographical Study of Dr Fauzi
Muhammad Najib Azca
Article | Open Access | Published: 29 May 2024
From Villain to Hero: The Role of Disengaged Terrorists in Social Reintegration Initiatives
Haula Noor
Article | Open Access | Published: 9 May 2024
The Pancasila Ideological Direction Bill (RUU‐HIP): A Missed Opportunity?
Adam James Fenton
Article | Open Access | Published: 30 April 2024
Political Revenge? Downgrading Indonesia’s KPK From Hero to Villain
David Price
Article | Open Access | Published: 27 March 2024
Nurturing Hero or Villain: BAKAMLA as the Indonesian Coast Guard
Arie Afriansyah, Christou Imanuel and Aristyo Rizka Darmawan
Article | Open Access | Published: 17 April 2024
“The Flower and the Wall”: Poet‐Activist Wiji Thukul and Progressive Martyrdom in Post‐Suharto Indonesia
Stephen L. Miller and Rifka A. O. Sibarani
Article | Open Access | Published: 17 April 2024