Indonesia's struggle with ISIS

Indonesia's struggle with ISIS
By Kyle Springer with Sidney Jones on 21 April 2016

South-East Asia | Defense and Security

Indonesia has the world's largest Muslim population and only a small number of Islamic State (IS) fighters in Syria and Iraq. Yet terror is still a problem on the home front and remains one of Indonesia's key security concerns. Kyle Springer and Natalie Sambhi dive deep into Indonesia's problem with Sidney Jones, a renown terrorism expert based in Jakarta. You can find out about Sidney's fascinating work here: www.understandingconflict.org/en.html