Mohamed Nawab Mohamed Osman is the Coordinator of the Malaysia Program and a Research Associate with Contemporary Islam Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His research interests include the domestic and international politics of Southeast and South Asian countries, transnational Islamic political movements and counter-radicalization. Nawab has written various papers, books and journal articles relating to his research interests. Some of these articles have been featured in prominent journals such as Southeast Asia Research, South Asia, Pacific Review, Studies and Conflict in Terrorism, Terrorism and Political Violence, Indonesia and the Malay World. Several of his articles have been featured in leading dailies such as The Straits Times, India Express, The Nation (Thailand), Jakarta Post, Manila Times and Today’s Zaman (Turkey). Nawab is also a social activist and serves as the Vice-President of the Professional Expatriate Network of Singapore. He also sits in the boards of Association of Muslim Professionals, Jamiyah Singapore and Forum for Islamic and Democracy in Southeast Asia. As a former student activist, he served as President of National University of Singapore.