Good governance and conflict resolution in Indonesia: from authoritarian government to civil society
Andi Faisal Bakti
Published by IAIN Jakarta Press and Logos Pub. Co., in collaboration with ICMI, Montreal-Ottawa (Canada) Chapter, 2000 - History - 277 pages
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