Sidney Jones in The New York Times: How ISIS Has Changed Terrorism in Indonesia

Sidney Jones

Sidney Jones, director of NYSEAN partner the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict in Jakarta, writes that the series of terrorist attacks in Indonesia can tell us about the way supporters of the Islamic State are responding to the group's recent defeats in the Middle East.

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