I am a PhD Student and Associate Tutor at the School of Political Science and International Studies, University of Queensland. I am also an External Research Associate at the ASEAN Studies Center, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia. In the past, I worked as a researcher at the ASEAN Studies Center UGM and a policy analyst with the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Sheffield.
My main research interest spans across three broad research areas: International Relations Theory, Politics and Security in Asia, and Global Environmental Politics. My past researches investigated Disaster Resilience Community and Disaster Displacement in Indonesia, Human Rights and Environment in ASEAN, SDGs implementation in Indonesia, and the politics of extractive industries in Asia Pacific. My works have been published by ISEAS, Brill, and appeared at Asian Review, Studia Islamika, Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, and Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde.
My latest publications include “Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals: Assessing Indonesia’s Compliance towards the Global Goals” in Dafri Agussalim and Ronald Holzhacker (eds). Sustainable Development Goals in Southeast Asia and ASEAN. Leiden: Brill, 2019 (co-authored with Dafri Agussalim, Karina Larasati Bhumiriyanto, and Dio H. Tobing); and “Why is it Really Hard to Move On? Explaining Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Change after Soeharto” in Max Lane (ed). Continuity and Change after Indonesia’s Reform. Singapore: ISEAS.