Soeharto's Composure: Considering the Biographical and Autobiographical Accounts
This working paper from the Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University, examines the evolution of the power structure of Indonesia's New Order regime in terms of the changing fortunes of President Soeharto. The paper attempts to advance the understanding of the inner man by drawing on the available biographical material and autobiographical material. A case is built for viewing Soeharto as someone who has organised his personality around thinking, where thinking principally means thinking ahead in the service of his composure.
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