From Authoritarian to Democratic Modelsof Post-Conflict Development:The Indonesian Experience
Indonesia has experienced three periods of post-conflict development since World War II, and experimented with very different developmental models in each period. The first period followed the Japanese occupation (1942-45) and Indonesia's national independence struggle (1945-49). Left with a devastated economy, weak human capital and a politicized population, national leaders stressed building a cohesive national identity, and adopted increasingly authoritarian political structures. Significant...[Show more]
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