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What to do with convicted terrorists?

In the Jamestown Foundation’s Terrorism Monitor last month, Brian Perkins wrote that Indonesia’s new anti-terror law, and its subsequent enforcement, was putting undue stress on already overcrowded prisons. While previously in deliberation for months, Indonesia’s Parliament passed the new law rapidly in the wake of a string of attacks in May that occurred in Surabaya, Sidoarjo and […]