Dr Senia Febrica
Mitglied seit 14.07.2015
• PhD in Politics, University of Glasgow, 2014.
PhD thesis: Explaining Indonesia’s Participation in Maritime Security Cooperation. Available from http://theses.gla.ac.uk/5429/1/2014FebricaPhD.pdf.
• MSc in International Politics, University of Glasgow, 2008.
• BA Hons. in International Relations,Universitas Indonesia, 2006.
Employment and appointments
• Research Fellow, American Studies Center, Universitas Indonesia, June 2013-present.
• Guest lecturer, University of Edinburgh, 2014.
• Tutor, Politics 2B: International Relations, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 2010-2011.
• Research Fellow, the Scottish Centre for International Law, University of Edinburgh and the Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Office of Legal Affairs, the United Nations, New York, 2012-2013.
• Worldwide Support for Development-Haruhisa Handa Non Residential Fellow 2010 Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Pacific Forum Hawaii.
• Research Associate, the International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS, Singapore), 2010.
• University Teacher, Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia, 2006-2009.
• Research Assistant, American Studies Center, Universitas Indonesia, 2004-2006.
Maritime security, port security, maritime cooperation, navigational safety and marine pollution, counter-terrorism.
The Securitization of Indonesia's Maritime Borders: Outsourcing of Border Security to Militarized Non-Governmental Organizations
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
• “Why Cooperate? Indonesia and Anti-Maritime Terrorism Cooperation,” Asian Politics & Policy 7:1 (2015), pp. 105-130.
• “Securing the Sulu-Sulawesi Seas from Maritime Terrorism: A Troublesome Cooperation?," Perspectives on Terrorism 8:3 (2014), pp. 64-83.
• “Securitizing Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Accounting for the Varying Responses of Indonesia and Singapore.” Asian Survey 50:3 (2010), pp. 569-590.
• “Chapter 9. Back to the Future: Feasible Cost Sharing Cooperation in the Straits of Malacca,” in Asian Cities from Colonial to Global. Gregory Bracken (ed.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2015, pp. 187-214.
• “Empowerment of Coastal Communities as A Non Conventional Measure to Address Armed Robbery against Ships, Indonesia,” the United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (UNDOALOS) Policy Brief for the UN Secretary General at the Open-Ended Informal Consultative Process Meeting, 2015. Available from: http://www.un.org/depts/los/nippon/unnff_programme_home/unnff_programme_sg_report/SeniaFebrica_Community_Empowerment.pdf
• “Private-Public Partnership to Maintain Navigational Safety and Pollution Prevention Measures in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore,” the United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (UNDOALOS) Policy Brief for the UN Secretary General at the Open-Ended Informal Consultative Process Meeting, 2015. Available from:
• “Indonesia Policy Behaviour toward Global Maritime Security Cooperation: The Role of Perception.” Scholar Forum-Open Society Foundations 12:2 (2012), pp. 17-18. Available at http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/sites/default/files/scholarforum-15-20130514.pdf
• “War on Terrorism in Southeast Asia: A Critique to Balzacq’s Securitization Approach.” (2010). Jurnal Studi Amerika 14:1.
• “The Paradox of the U.S. Campaign against Terrorism in Indonesia, and It’s Impact on the Formation of the Domestic and the ASEAN Regional Politics: A Comparison with Singapore Experience.” (2009). Jurnal Studi Amerika 13:2 .
• “Privatization of Conflict: The Use of Private Military or Security Companies in Sierra Leone Conflict.” (2007). Global 9: 91.
• “Private Armed Forces in Iraq War.” (2006). Jurnal Studi Amerika 10:1.