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Rizal Sukma

Rizal Sukma
Former Visiting Research Fellow
(February - May 2000)




Dr Rizal Sukma was awarded the 2007 NTS-Asia Research Fellowship that is supported by the Ford Foundation. His three-month fellowship, conducted in RSIS, led to the publication of his NTS-Asia Working Paper titled 'The Securitization of Human Trafficking in Indonesia'

Rizal is currently Executive Director at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta. He received his PhD degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, in 1997, and has worked extensively on Southeast Asia’s Security Issues, ASEAN, Indonesia’s Defence and Foreign Policy, Military Reform, Islam and Politics, and Domestic Political Changes in Indonesia.

He is also Chairman of International Relations, Muhammadiyah Central Executive Board; and a member of the Board of Governors of the implementing agency for the Bali Democracy Forum (BDF), the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD). He has served as a member of National Committee on Strategic Defense Review at the Ministry of Defence, the Republic of Indonesia, and was a member of the National Drafting Committee for National Defence Bill (2000-2001) and the Armed Forces Bill (2002-2003). From March to April 2007, he was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, New York.

He is the first Indonesian to receive the Nakasone Award in July 2005. He was named as one of 100 Global Thinkers 2009 by Foreign Policy magazine (US). Dr Sukma also sits as a member of the regional editorial board for Global Change, Peace and Security (a peer reviewed journal published by Routledge, London, and based in La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia); and a member of the international editorial board for Studies in Asian Security, Stanford University Press and East West Center.

Posted on: 17/9/2010 1:31:30 PM  |  Topic: Other NTS Issues

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