Refereed or peer-reviewed articles

2012. Evan A. Laksmana, “Regional Order by Other Means? Assessing the Rise of Defense Diplomacy in Southeast Asia”, Asian Security 8 (3): pp. 251–270

2011. Evan A Laksmana, “Indonesia’s Rising Regional and Global Profile: Does Size Really Matter?“, Contemporary Southeast Asia 33 (2): pp. 157 – 182

2011. Evan A. Laksmana, “Double Jeopardy: Climate Insecurities and Their Implications for Asian Armed Forces,” Defence Studies 11 (2): pp. 271 – 296

2011. Evan a. Laksmana, “The Enduring Strategic Trinity: Explaining Indonesia’s Geopolitical Architecture,” Journal of the Indian Ocean Region 7 (1): pp. 95-116

2011. Evan A. Laksmana, “Variations on a Theme: Dimensions of Ambivalence in Indonesia-China Relations,” Harvard Asia Quarterly 13 (1): pp. 24-31


Book Chapters and Essays in Edited Volumes

2014. Evan A. Laksmana, “Indonesia’s strategic thinking: breaking out of its shell?“, in Regional Security Outlook 2015, ed. Ron Huisken (Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific), pp. 35 -38

2013. Evan A. Laksmana, “Rebalancing Indonesia’s Naval Force: Trends, Natures, and Drivers,” in Naval Modernization in Southeast Asia: Nature, Causes and Consequences, ed. Geoffrey Till and Jane Chan (London: Routledge, 2013), pp. 175-203

2011. Evan A. Laksmana, “Defence Diplomacy in Southeast Asia: Trends, Prospects, and Challenges,” in From ‘Boots’ to ‘Brogues’: The Rise of Defence Diplomacy in Southeast Asia, edited by Bhubindar Singh and Tan See Seng. RSIS Monograph 21 (Singapore: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies), pp. 71 – 89. (Download full book here)

2011. Evan A. Laksmana, “The Indonesian Military and Disaster Relief: Potential Pitfall and Challenges,” in Issues in Human Security in Asia, ed. Yang Razali Kassim (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and RSIS), pp.25-27 (Available here)

2010. Evan A. Laksmana, “Dinamika Politik Militer Indonesia,” [The Dynamics of Military Politics in Indonesia] in Panduan Media dan Reformasi Sektor Keamanan [Media Guide for Security Sector Reform], eds. Beni Sukadis and Aditya Batara (Jakarta: Indonesian Institute Defense and Strategic Studies and Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces), pp. 91 – 111.


Book Reviews and Review Essays

Review of ‘Condemned to Crisis?‘ by Ken Ward, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 37, No. 3 (2015): pp. 505–8

Review of ‘Who Wins? Predicting Strategic Success and Failure in Armed Conflict‘ by Patricia L. Sullivan, Political Studies Review, Vol. 12, No. 2 (2014): pp. 283-284

Review of ‘Neorealism, States, and the Modern Army‘ by Joao Resende-Santos, Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 45, No. 3 (2012), pp. 431-4

Realism and Non-State Actors Revisited,” e-International Relations, January 22, 2013

Rethinking Political Supremacy in War: A Review Essay of Clausewitz and Huntington“, Pointer: Journal of the Singapore Armed Forces 34, No. 4 (December 2009): pp. 57 – 66 (*Included in the online Clausewitz Bibliography compiled by Christopher Bassford)


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