Indonesia Beyond Suharto: Polity, Economy, Society, Transition

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M.E. Sharpe, 1999 - Business & Economics - 395 pages
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This text presents an accessible introduction to the most significant problems facing Indonesia and raises issues for further investigations. It addresses such questions as: how has Indonesia managed to remain one country?; and is there a truly national Indonesian culture?
 

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Contents

Making Indonesia
3
vi
13
The New Order
39
Centralization and Resistance
71
Achievement and Weakness
109
The Limits of Reform
136
All in the Family?
168
Evolving Pluralism
205
Difference Versus Diversity
237
Creativity Despite Constraint
262
The Crisis of 199798
295
Indonesia and East Timor in 1999
344
Readings Websites Videos
363
Index
371
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