Opportunistic Repression: Managing Anti-State Dissent in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia
Since the collapse of the authoritarian New Order regime in 1998, the Indonesian state has faced a great variety anti-state dissent, including violent secessionist insurgencies, urban mass movements, and symbolic, non-violent provocateurs. Within the new normative, institutional and political confines of the post-authoritarian polity, state officials have struggled to decide which manifestations to repress and which to tolerate. By tracing the complex processes though which dissidents become...[Show more]
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