Unwelcome Guests: Relations between internally displaced persons and their hosts in North Sulawesi, Indonesia
This article looks at the deteriorating relations between the local population of North Sulawesi in eastern Indonesia and the approximately 35,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) who fled there from the neighbouring province of North Maluku. These IDPs fled to North Sulawesi during a period of communal violence in North Maluku that lasted from late 1999 until mid-2000. Although initial relations between the two groups were positive, the extended presence of 35,000 IDPs created several...[Show more]
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