Agung Nurwijoyo, S.Sos., M.Si.
Resi Qurrata Aini, S.Sos., M.Si.
Resi Qurrata Aini is a lecturer and researcher at the Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia. She completed her master’s and bachelor’s degrees at the Department of International Relations in Universitas Indonesia. She serves as the managing editor of Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional and as a research and academic writing mentor for postgraduate students at the same institution. She was one of the researchers under LPPSP-CIRES FISIP UI contributed as a National Knowledge Partner for Digital Economy Working Group (DEWG) in G20 Indonesia Presidency 2022. Aini is interested in international security studies, particularly Geopolitics in Asia-Pacific, East Asian security and affairs, Southeast Asian studies, defense reform, maritime security, and non-traditional security.
- International security studies
- Geopolitics in Asia-Pacific
- East Asian Security and Affairs
- Southeast Asian Studies
- Defense Reform
- Maritime Security
- Non-Traditional Security.
Ristian Atriandi Supriyanto
Ristian Atriandi SUPRIYANTO (‘Andi’) is a lecturer with the Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia (IRUI). His research interests cover maritime strategy and security in theory and practice, as well as the foreign and defence policies of Australia, India and Indonesia. He holds a Master of Science in Strategic Studies from RSIS and a Bachelor of Social Science in International Relations from Universitas Indonesia. Andi’s latest works include “Indonesia and Maritime Security Cooperation in Southeast Asia” published by Brill in December 2022. He co-edited Naval Modernisation in Southeast Asia: Problems and Prospects for Small and Medium Navies with Geoffrey Till. His publications have also appeared in India Review, Australian Naval Review, Asia Policy (US), Asian Politics and Policy, Foreign Policy (US), The Diplomat (US-Japan), Straits Times (Singapore), East Asia Forum (Australia), Policy Forum (Australia), The Jakarta Post, The Australian, Janes Navy International (UK) and Defense News (US), among others.
- Maritime Strategy and Security in Theory and Practice
- Strategic and Defence Studies
- Australian, Indian, and Indonesian Foreign and Defence Policies
Muhamad Arif, M.Sc.
Arif has been a non-permanent lecturer at the Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia since 2016, co-teaching several courses such as Revolution in Military Affairs, Evolution of Strategic Thought, Indonesian Defence Strategy, Great Power Politics, and International Security Institutions. Arif’s research focuses on the intersection between domestic politics and foreign policy, maritime security, and strategic culture. His works have appeared in the Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, Melbourne Asia Review, and the Indonesian Quarterly. Arif received his MSc in Strategic Studies from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore, and bachelor degree from the Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia.
- International Security
- Maritime Strategy
- Indonesian Strategic Culture
- Indonesian Maritime Strategy
- Regional Security
- Technology and War
Arivia Tri Dara Yuliestiana, M.Si.
Arivia Dara holds master degree in International Relations from Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Indonesia. Currently, she is Secretary of Postgraduate Program and Lecturer at the Department of International Relations Universitas Indonesia.
- Human Rights in International Relations
- Transnational Advocacy
- Transitional Justice Gender
- International Crime
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Dra. Suzie Sri Suparin S. Sudarman, M.A.
Suzie Sri Suparin S. Sudarman is a senior lecturer at International Relations Studies Department Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. Ms. Sudarman’s Professional Educational Experiences’ started when she received Doctorandus (Dra.) from Political Science Faculty of Social and Political Sciences University of Indonesia in 1980. In 1989 she received a Certificate on the United States (U.S.) Foreign Policy Process from the University of Maryland, USA. She then received a Master of Arts in U.S. Foreign Policy and International Economics in 1993 from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) USA. She has studied at Johns Hopkins University USA and U.S. Foreign Policy Studies at Northwestern University USA, and a Doctorate from Universitas Indonesia. She received a Certificate from The Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies 2016. Since 2004 she has been a member of the Board of Advisors of the United States-Indonesia Society (USINDO) Washington D.C. to the present, Board of Advisor INADIS (2019-2023) (Indonesian Institute of Advanced International Studies) Foundation, Board of Advisor of GenerasiMelekPolitik (GMP), and Advisor to FISIPUI Alumni Association. She is a member of IASA (International American Studies Association) and BACS (The British Association for Chinese Studies). At the Universitas Indonesia, she has worked as Researcher since the Summer of 1996 to the present, she has also worked as Director of the American Studies Center. She has published on U.S. Foreign Policy and Defense Policy and U.S.-China Leadership in East Asia and the Pacific.
- Political Science
- International Relations
- Foreign Affairs and Political Issues
Rakhmat Syarip, M.Sc.
Rakhmat Syarip is a lecturer and researcher at the Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia. Having more than 10 years of research experiences, he has partnered with, among others, the Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning, the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Having published in several international journals, he is a peer reviewer for the Pacific Review, Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, International Politics, and so on. He is now taking a Doctoral degree at the Graduate School of Political Science, Waseda University, Japan, with a scholarship from the Monbukagakusho/ MEXT.
- Economic Regionalism in East and Southeast Asia
- Politics of International Trade
- The origins and the institutional evolution of free trade agreements (FTAs)
- Constructivist and critical approaches to international trade and development.