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Indonesian Politics in 2012: Graft, Intolerance, and Hope of Change in the Late Yudhoyono Period

Fealy, Gregory


Much of the commentary on Indonesian politics in recent few years has focused on the struggle between those pressing for continuing reform and those seeking to halt or reverse it. Pro-reform forces include the media, civil society groups, intellectuals and, to some extent, the public; counter reform forces are generally characterized as elite interests, such as the executive, parliament, major parties, senior public servants and powerful corporate groups and business people, who have an...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2013
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Southeast Asian Affairs 2013
DOI: /10.1355/9789814459563-011


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