Our Resources, Our Rules: A Political Economy of Resource Nationalism in Indonesia
Indonesia is a major exporter of the world’s mineral and agro-commodities. During the global commodity boom, which took place roughly from 2003 to 2013, Indonesia’s resource sectors were subject to new nationalist agitation and intervention. The government placed limits on foreign investment, and restricted raw commodity exports. These policies, therefore, disrupted global markets and angered foreign companies and trading partners. Nationalist intervention was...[Show more]
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