Marthinus Academy, Jl. Jend Sudirman, Kav. 52-53, Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD), Jakarta Selatan, 12190, INDONESIA
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 with a representative presence in London, United Kingdom, and Tokyo, Japan.
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.
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Pierre Marthinus is executive director for the Marthinus Academy. His research interest focuses on peace and conflict, terrorism and identity politics with a special interest on Papua, Indonesia. His analyses and media commentaries have been published and republished in Harian KOMPAS, Jakarta Post, Bangkok Post, Philippines Daily Inquirer, Straits Times, Pakistan Observer, and the China Post.
Hipolitus Yolisandry Ringgi Wangge is a researcher at the Marthinus Academy in Jakarta. His current research focuses on democratisation and military role in developing countries. He has conducted fieldwork in Papua, Indonesia, on the role of Papuan youth in political and cultural identity during the special autonomy era. His analyses and commentaries have been published in Harian KOMPAS, Jakarta Post, East Asia Forum, and the Diplomat.
Calvin de Wilde is a researcher at the Marthinus Academy in Jakarta. His research focuses on transnational identities and histories of Indo-European, Indonesian-Chinese and LGBT groups in Indonesia. His past analyses and commentaries have been published in the Jakarta Post, Bisnis Indonesia, the Diplomat, and Jerusalem Post.