Revolution and federalism: Indonesia and Malaysia compared
As multicultural and asymmetric states become a priority for analysis in a globalising world, attention turns to Asia's newer but complex states. ANTHONY REID examines the factors that have led to a federal and avowedly multinational Malaysia and a stubbornly unitary Indonesia.
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