Political Opposition and the Transition from Authoritarian Rule: The Case of Indonesia
This thesis presents a study of political opposition in the decade leading to the end of President Suharto's New Order regime in Indonesia. In particular it focuses on the contribution of opposition forces to the process of political democratisation and the interplay in that process between societal/opposition initiative and disunity within the governing elite. ¶ Following the literature on authoritarian regimes, the study proposes a typology of opposition: illegal, semi‚ alegal and...[Show more]
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