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Title Autonomy and disintegration in Indonesia / edited by Damien Kingsbury and Harry Aveling
Published London ; New York : RoutledgeCurzon, 2003

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Description xiv, 219 pages : map ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: PART I -- Themes and issues 9 -- 1 Nation versus state in Indonesia 11 -- RUTH McVEY -- 2 Forming nations 28 -- PAUL JAMES -- 3 The state and status of the nation 45 -- ANN KUMAR -- 4 Conflict management in post-authoritarian Indonesia 64 -- RIZAL SUKMA -- 5 Indonesian decentralization 75 -- DAVID RAY AND GARY GOODPASTER -- PART II -- The regions 97 -- 6 Diversity in unity 99 -- DAMIEN KINGSBURY -- 7 Papua and Indonesia 115 -- RICHARD CHAUVEL -- 8 Modernity, history and ethnicity 128 -- EDWARD ASPINALL -- 9 Aceh in post-Suharto Indonesia 148 -- RIZAL SUKMA -- 10 The struggle for political reform in South Sumatra 157 -- ELIZABETH COLLINS -- 11 The first year of local autonomy 177 -- ISMET FANANY -- 12 Resisting the mainland 189 -- MINAKO SAKAI
Summary "Fragmentation in Indonesia is by far the most critical issue now facing the state. This book analyses social unrest, autonomy and separatism in the wake of the Indonesian economic crisis, placing them in the context of state evolution, and looking at the competing aims of economic and political globalisation with local agendas."--BOOK JACKET
Analysis Indonesia
Nation state
Separatism
Political stability
Regions
Administrative decentralisation
Overseas item
Bibliography Includes bibliographical rferences (pages [201]-212) and index
Subject Social conflict -- Indonesia.
Indonesia -- History.
Indonesia -- Politics and government -- 1998-
Indonesia -- History -- Autonomy and independence movements.
Author Aveling, Harry.
Kingsbury, Damien.
LC no. 2006462914
ISBN 0415338271 paperback
0415297370