Name : Muradi
Place/Date of Birth : Jakarta, May 10th
Office Address : Department of Government,
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung
Jl. Raya Bandung Sumedang KM 21, Jatinangor
45363, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
Phone: +62 22-7798418/7796416
Fax: +62 22-7796974
Email: muradi_clark@unpad.ac.id
muradiclark@gmail.com

Formal Education :
1. Bachelor of Art (BA): Major in History of Faculty of Letters
of University of Padjadjaran, Bandung Indonesia (1995-2000)
Thesis: Thoughts of Sutan Sjahrir and Tan Malaka on Independence,
Revolution, and Concept of State: A Study on the
Influence of Sutan Sjahrir and Tan Malaka Thoughts on
Marxist Political Movement in Indonesia (1945-1949) [in Indonesian]
2. Master of Art (MA): Political Science Department of
University of Indonesia, Jakarta Indonesia (2001-2003)
Thesis: Changes in Political Attitude of the Indonesia Armed Forces
Between the Presidency of Abdurrahman Wahid and
President of Megawati Soekarnoputri (1998-2001) [in Indonesian]
3. Master of Science (MSc): Strategic Studies of S.Rajaratnam School of
International Studies (RSIS), NTU, Singapore, (2007-2008)
Thesis: The Reform of Mobile Brigade of Indonesian National Police and
Democratization. [in English]
4. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): Flinders Asia Centre, School of International
Studies (SIS), Flinders University, Australia, (2008-2011)
Thesis: The Indonesian National Police in Post-Soeharto Indonesia 1998-2008
[in English]

Work Experiences:
➢ Lecturer of Department of Government Studies, Faculty of Political and Social Science, University of Padjadjaran, Jatinangor (2005–now)
➢ Researcher and Program Director of RIDEP Institute, Jakarta, (2004-2007)
➢ Visiting Lecturer of International Relations Department of University of Paramadina, Jakarta, (2004-2008)
➢ Vice Chairman of Center for National Security Studies, University of Padjadjaran, Bandung (2006-now)
➢ Editor of “Sanyata Sumanasa Wira”, Journal published by Staff and Chief of Indonesian National Police, Bandung, (2005–now)
➢ Visiting Lecturer of School of Indonesia Air Forces Staff and Commando (SESKOAU), Bandung (2007-now)
➢ Visiting Lecturer of International RelationsIndonesian of University of Pasundan, Bandung (2006-now)
➢ Visiting Lecturer of International Relations Department of Al Azhar Indonesia Uiversity, Jakarta (2006-now)
➢ Research Fellow of Indonesia Program of Institute of Defence and Security Studies (IDSS) S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), NTU, Singapore (2007-2008)
➢ Researcher, Flinders Asia Centre, School of International Studies, faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Flinders University, Australia (2008-2011)

Interested Research:
➢ Security and Defence Studies focused on Police, Military, terrorism and Intelligent
➢ Asian Studies, particularly in Southeast Area Studies; Political Comparatives, Political Behaviour, Democracy and Political Parties

Recent Publications
Books:
➢ Time to Declare Revolution: Sjahrir and Tan Malaka Political Biography. Jakarta: Gugus Press. 2002. [in Indonesian]
➢ Indonesian Marxist Political Movement: Thoughts of Sutan Sjahrir and Tan Malaka on Independence Movement. Jakarta: CEDESS. 2004. [in Indonesian]
➢ Difficult Steps: The Re-orientation of Political Policy of Indonesia Armed Forces during Democracy Transition Period. Bandung: UNPAD Press. 2005. [in Indonesian]
➢ Sidoarjo Mud Flows: Yudhoyono-Kalla’s Political Problems. Bandung: PSKN University of Padjadjaran. 2007 (et al and Editor). [in Indonesian]
➢ The Changes of Military Business in Indonesia: The Business of Indonesia Armed Force after Law No. 34/2004 Issued. Jakarta: The RIDEP Institute-FES. 2007 (et all & Editor). [in Indonesian]
➢ Sidoarjo Mud Flows: Don’t Let Us Flow. Bandung: PSKN University of Padjadjaran. 2007 (et al and Editor). [in Indonesian]
➢ Muradi. Banyu Perwita. Iman Soleh. Research Report: Military Expenditures Report as Effective Tools for Civil Control. Jakarta: INFID-PSKN University of Padjadjaran. 2007. [in Idonesian]
➢ Research Report: Community Policing as Effort of Indonesia Police to be a Professional police and implement Democratic Policing
Jakarta: INFID-The RIDEP Institute. 2007. [in Indonesian]
➢ Research Report: TSTB of TNI’s Working Evaluation on TNI’s Business Taking over by Govt. Jakarta: INFID-PSKN University of Padjadjaran. 2007. [in Indonesian]
➢ Long Journey of the Indonesian National Police Reform. Yogyakarta: Tiara Wacana 2009. [in Indonesian]
➢ Quo Vadis of Indonesia’s Mobile Brigade Reform?. Bandung: Pustaka Sutra, 2009. [in Indonesian]
➢ Community policing and the Indonesian National Police’s Professionalism. Bandung: LCKI –PSKN UNPAD, 2010. [in Indonesian]
➢ The Indonesian National Police, Politics and Corruption. Bandung: PSKN UNPAD, 2010. [in Indonesian]
➢ The Dynamics of Indonesian Politic on Security and Defense During Reform Era. Bandung: Widya Padjadjaran. 2012. [in Indonesian]
➢ Introduction of Politics on Security and Defence. Yogyakarta: Tiara Wacana. [in Indonesian] (upcoming).

Chapters in Books:
➢ ‘State Intelligence and Police/Security Intelligence: Views on Coordination and Political Leadership’ in Widjajanto, Andi (ed). 2006. Anxiety, Intelligence and State. Jakarta: Pacivis University of Indonesia. [in Indonesian]
➢ ‘Indonesia Armed Forces, Its Business, and Local Government’ in Jaleswari Pringgodani (ed). 2007. The Indonesia’s Military Business, Shadow Economic. Jakarta: The Indonesian Institute. [in Indonesian]
➢ ‘Political Incentive and Strengthen Regional Representative Council in Indonesian Bicameral System’ in Regional Representative Council Publishing. 2007. Jakarta: DPD RI. [in Indonesian]
➢ ‘Indonesian Mobile Brigade’s Reform’ in Sukadis, Beni (ed) Almanac of Indonesian Security Sector Reform. Jakarta. LESPERSSI-DCAF. 2007. [in Indonesian and English]
➢ ‘Indonesian Mobile Brigade: Toward Proffesional and Democratics’ in Sukadis, Beni (ed). Almanac of Indonesian Security Sector Reform. Jakarta” LESPERSSI-DCAF. 2009. [in Indonesian and English]

Journals:
➢ the Indonesia Armed Forces in Soekarno and Abdurrahman Wahid Presidencies: A Political Comparative, May 2005, Journal of Faculty of Letter, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, May 2005. [in Indonesian]
➢ Political Party as a ‘Locomotive’ of Democracy in Indonesia. Journal of University of Paramadina. February 2006. [in Indonesian]
➢ Challenge for Security Sector Reform in Indonesia. Journal of International Relations Department of Catholic University of Parahyangan, Bandung, West Java. May 2006. [in Indonesian]
➢ Hamas’s Victory in Palestine Election and Western Countries Responses: An Analysis of Political Communication. Journal of Department Communication of University of Al-Azhar Indonesia. June 2006. [in Indonesian]
➢ Relation between Local Off-Budget Expenditure and Professionalism of Indonesia Armed Forces. Journal of Governance Research Institute of University of Padjadjaran, Bandung. September 2006. [in Indonesian]
➢ Traffic Police and Indonesian National Police Reform. Journal of SESPIM. September 2006. [in Indonesian]
➢ Indonesian Police Women as Determining Factor on Reform of Indonesia’s Police. Journal of PTIK. January 2007. [in Indonesian]
➢ The Mobile Brigade of Indonesia Police and Its Role in Home Security. Journal of SESPIM September 2007. [in Indonesian]
➢ Efforts to Reduce Militarism in Indonesia Police Academy. Journal of SESPIM. September 2006. [in Indonesian]
➢ Indonesia Armed Force and Indonesia National Police Post-Disassociation: Analysis on Political Institution in Security Sector Reform’s Indonesia (1999-2006), Electronic Journal of UKM-UNPAD. June 2007. [in Indonesian and English]
➢ Regional Representative Assembly and House of Aspirations. Journal of Governance of Research Institute of University of Padjadjaran, Bandung. August 2007. [in Indonesian]
➢ A Long Journey: Reform of Indonesia Police Toward Democratic Policing. Journal of Governance of Research Institute of University of Padjadjaran, Bandung, January 2008. [in Idonesian]
➢ The Indonesia’s Police Force: Decentralisation for Better Welfare, RSIS Commantaries, June, 2008. [in English]
➢ Practices of Defense Offset in Indonesia. Journal of Analisis CSIS, No. 38, September 2008, Jakarta. [in Indonesian]
➢ Roles of Densus 88 AT in National Election and Local Vote, Journal of SESPIM, September 2008, Bandung. [in Indonesian]
➢ The Probability of Gray’s Life-Cycle in Indonesia. Journal of International Relations, University Catholic of Parahyangan, Bandung, September 2008. [in English]
➢ The 88th Densus AT: The Roles and the Problem of Coordination on counter-terrorism in Indonesia, Journal of Politics and Law, Canada, September 2009. [in English]
➢ Understanding of Contemporary Conflict Increase as Wars Substitutes, Journal of Mundus, Department of International Relations, University of UPN Veteran Yogyakarta, November 2009. [in English].
➢ Community Policing, the Police and the Local Government. Journal of Analisis CSIS, September 2009. [in Indonesian]
➢ The Armed Forces and the Police Post Disassociation. Journal of Mondial, Department of International Relations, University of Al Azhar Indonesia, September 2009. [in Bahasa]
➢ Conflicts and Wars. Journal of JSDK, Univ. Veteran Yogyakarta, June 2010. [in Bahasa]
➢ The Police, the Military, and Politics: Models of Disassociation the Police from the Military. Journal of Department of Public Administration, University of Padjadjaran, Bandung, Juli 2010. [in Indonesian]
➢ The Police and its role in Indonesian Independent Struggle. Journal of History and Humanities, Faculty of Letter of University of Padjadjaran, February 2012 [in Indonesian]