Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma

Researcher, Department of International Relations

3 Publications

Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma

Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma is a Researcher at Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Jakarta, Indonesia. With CSIS, he has worked on a range of research topics on the intersection between geopolitics, sovereignty, and humanitarian issues, including the security dynamics of the Indo-Pacific, the role of ASEAN in regional geopolitics and humanitarian issues, Indonesian foreign policy, the geopolitics and foreign policy drivers around the Korean peninsula, the humanitarian situation in Myanmar, and Indonesia’s maritime security. His most recent works were published in ISPI Commentary, Indonesia at Melbourne, The Diplomat, and CSIS publications. He had a part time teaching stint in Universitas Indonesia on units including Theories of IR and International Politics, as well as a research stint with Bank Indonesia, where he assisted on a research assessing the possible impacts of geopolitical and socio-economic changes to Indonesia’s economy. He graduated Master of Science from University of Bristol, United Kingdom.


Policy Paper Series

Indonesia-South Korea at 50: One Step Further for the Special Strategic Partnership

Alexander M. Hynd, Max Broad and Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma

Policy Paper Series

Myanmar’s National Unity Government Foreign Policy Agenda and Approach

Lina A. Alexandra and Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma


Dunia di Tengah Pandemi COVID-19: Perspektif Geopolitik

Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma