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The politics of regulating religion : state, civil society and the quest for religious freedom in modern Indonesia

Ropi, Ismatu


This study analyses the state involvement in religious life in modern Indonesia. It will focus on how the state has constructed a variety of policies on religion. At the heart of this issue is a tension between ensuring religious order and harmony on the one hand, and protecting religious freedom on another. Successive Indonesia governments have grappled with problem but have increasingly prioritized order and harmony over the rights of Indonesian citizens. The state role on religion is...[Show more]

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