Paul J Carnegie
Paul J Carnegie
Associate Professor, Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
Verified email at ubd.edu.bn
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Democratization and decentralization in post-Soeharto Indonesia: Understanding transition dynamics
PJ Carnegie
Pacific Affairs 81 (4), 515-525, 2008
512008
The road from authoritarianism to democratization in Indonesia
PJ Carnegie
Springer, 2010
342010
Is militant Islamism a busted flush in Indonesia?
PJ Carnegie
Journal of Terrorism Research 4 (2), 2013
132013
Political Islam and Democratic Change in Indonesia
PJ Carnegie
Asian Social Science 4 (11), 3, 2008
112008
The recovery of a non-violent identity for an Islamist pesantren in an age of terror
S Hamdi, PJ Carnegie, BJ Smith
Australian Journal of International Affairs 69 (6), 692-710, 2015
102015
The politics of Indonesia's Islamic identification
PJ Carnegie
Dialogue E-Journal 4 (1), 1-24, 2006
72006
Countering the (re-) production of militancy in Indonesia: between coercion and persuasion
PJ Carnegie
Perspectives on Terrorism 9 (5), 15-26, 2015
62015
Is Indonesia's democratization a road map for the Arab Spring
PJ Carnegie
Seton Hall J. Dipl. & Int'l Rel. 15, 95, 2014
52014
Can an Indonesian model work in the Middle East?
PJ Carnegie
Middle East Quarterly 20 (3), 59-67, 2013
52013
The politics of transition in Fiji: Is it charting a democratic course?
P Carnegie, S Tarte
Australian Journal of Politics & History 64 (2), 277-292, 2018
42018
Human insecurities in southeast Asia
PJ Carnegie, VT King, Z Ibrahim
Springer, 2016
42016
Trade-offs, compromise and democratization in a post-authoritarian setting
PJ Carnegie
Asian Social Science 8 (13), 71-79, 2012
42012
Latent Insurgency: Is the Threat of Militant Islamist Groups in Indonesia Diminishing?
PJ Carnegie
Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Modern War, 127-134, 2015
32015
Of social imaginary and violence: responding to Islamist militancy in Indonesia
PJ Carnegie
Institute of Asian Studies Working Paper Series, 1-25, 2016
22016
Is the Indonesian transition a model for the Arab Spring?
PJ Carnegie
Institute of Asian Studies Working Paper Series, 1-16, 2013
22013
Mapping Ambiguity in Democratization
PJ Carnegie
22009
Rethinking constitutional reform in the Pacific: What can we learn from the Indonesian experience?
PJ Carnegie
SGDIA Working Paper, 1-14, 2017
12017
Of uprisings and regressions: The strange fruit of Egypt’s Arab Spring
PJ Carnegie
Journal of Politics and Democratization 2 (1), 1-11, 2017
12017
On the Horns of a Dilemma: State, Security, and Militancy in Indonesia
PJ Carnegie
The Palgrave Handbook of Global Counterterrorism Policy, 733-747, 2017
12017
Imagined communities, militancy, and insecurity in Indonesia
PJ Carnegie
Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia, 53-68, 2016
12016
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