The Marthinus Academy

The Marthinus Academy is a Jakarta-based not-for-profit center that focuses on transnational relations.

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The Marthinus Academy is a not-for-profit center that focuses on transnational relations. Our mission is to build an active and vibrant intellectual tradition, to support policy research as well as critical scholarship, and to facilitate skills for aspiring intellectuals. Our research program is currently structured around three areas, namely (1) peace and conflict, (2) development and risk, and  (3) non-conventional security. The Marthinus Academy is a registered foundation (Yayasan) and publisher (Penerbit) based in Jakarta. 

Our website is currently undergoing a major reconstruction to enable a more mobile-friendly access, a wider range of web-related features, as well as a quicker update time in-between new contents being published online. We look forward to providing high quality contents and to better engage with our younger audiences. We are currently in the process of expanding our physical infrastructure and will be moving to our new building soon.

Please send any inquiries to ofice@marthinusacademy.com and follow us @Marthinuscademy

Op-ed & Media Commentaries

Political risks of neglecting inequality in Papua

Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringi Wange, The Jakarta Post, 16 Apr 2017. Read More

Jakarta shames (the idea of) Indonesia

Pierre Marthinus, The Jakarta Post, 29 April 2017. Read More

See no China: Indonesia's South China Sea policy

Pierre Marthinus, The Jakarta Post, 17 Jun 2016. Read more 

Indonesia: Wiranto and low trust in Papua

 Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge, The Jakarta Post, 18 Aug 2016. Read More 

Clumsy Diplomacy: Indonesia, Papua and the Pacific

Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge, Indonesia at Melbourne, 12 Oct 2016, Read More 

Indonesia must confront its Papua problem

Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge, The Diplomat, 18 Mar 2016. Read More 

Reconciling Indonesia and Dutch histories

Calvin Michel Sidjaya, The Jakarta Post, 1 Apr 2016. Read More 

Indonesia, Israel should formalize diplomatic ties

Calvin Michel Sidjaya, The Jerusalem Post, 2 May 2016. Read More 

Journal Article & Book Reviews

Defend or defect: Military responses to popular protests in authoritarian Asia

Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge, Journal of Contemporary Asia, 3 Nov 2016. Read More

Good coup gone bad: Thailand's political developments since Thaksin's downfall

Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge, Journal of Contemporary Southeast Asia, 35 (1), 2016. Read More

The Yudhoyono Presidency: Indonesia's decade of stability and stagnation

Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge, Journal of Contemporary Asia, 47 (1), 2017. Read More