Indonesia needs more women in counterterrorism, like Malaysia’s Normah Ishak Editorial Asia 02/04/2021 The two terror attacks in Indonesia this week point to an alarming trend: women are taking a leading role in extremist causes, and in some cases supplanting men as frontliners As Jakarta moves to invest in women to close the gender gap, it should show that they can be as influential as men in the fields of intelligence and security Published: 11:00am, 2 Apr, 2021 Updated: 11:00am, 2 Apr, 2021 Related posts 1. "แรมโบ้ อีสาน" ขอ "ก้าวไกล" อย่าคิดไปเอง แก้รัฐธรรมนูญ สืบทอดอำนาจ 2. สวดศพคนขับ BMW Z4 แม่เศร้าวอนอย่าโจมตียันไม่ใช่คนรวย แต่ลูกชายฟุ้งเฟ้อ 3. Emerging Asia faces capital outflow risk as Fed signals rate hike VIEW MORE From Yacht Quarantines to Easing Entry Restrictions, Here’s What You Need to Know About Travel to Thailand Right Now Christian Louboutin: “I don’t think about comfort when I design.” Comments be the first to comment on this article Leave a Reply Cancel comment replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name* Email* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.