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Rizky Alif Alfian, MIR

Expertise

Religion in world politics

Theories of international order

South-South solidarity and cooperation

Education Background

S.I.P in International Relations (Universitas Gadjah Mada, 2017)

Master of International Relations (The University of Queensland, 2020)

 

Teaching & Academic Activities

Publication

Journal Articles

Poppy S Winanti, Rizky Alif Alvian (2019), “Indonesia’s South-South cooperation: When normative and material interests converged”, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, DOI: 10.1093/irap/lcz021

Rizky Alif Alvian, Irfan Ardhani, Ganesh Cintika Putri (2017), “Haluan baru politik luar negeri Indonesia: Perbandingan diplomasi ‘middle power’ Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono dan Joko Widodo”, Jurnal Hubungan Internasional, Vol. 6, No. 2, DOI: 10.18196/hi.62112

 

Book Chapter

Rizky Alif Alvian (2019), “Political Islam movements and democracy in Indonesia: A changing landscape?”, in Max Lane (ed.), Continuity and change after Indonesia’s reforms: Contributions to an ongoing assessment, Singapore: ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, pp. 78-112, DOI: 10.1355/9789814843232-006

 

Edited Volume

Poppy S Winanti, Rizky Alif Alvian (eds.), Kebangkitan the Global South: Strategi, implementasi dan implikasinya bagi tata kelola ekonomi politik global, Yogyakarta: Graha Ilmu, ISBN: 978-623-228-238-4

 

Op-ed Articles

Rizky Alif Alvian, “Reconfiguring Jokowi’s partnership with NU and Muhammadiyah“, East Asia Forum, 19 November

Rizky Alif Alvian (2019), “Locating ‘the everyday’ in ‘the international’: An exploration”, E-International Relations, 3 October

Rizky Alif Alvian (2019), “Semangat keagamaan moderat”, Tempo, 1 October

Poppy S Winanti dan Rizky Alif Alvian (2018), “South-South co-op goes beyond solidarity”, The Jakarta Post, 20 September

Rizky Alif Alvian (2018), “Under Jokowi, conservative groups start to condemn terrorism”, The Conversation, 22 May

Rizky Alif Alvian (2017), “Political Islam navigates and changes Indonesia’s democratic landscape”, The Conversation, 18 October