Compensation and state avoidance in the Bugis frontier of the Mahakam Delta, East Kalimantan
"Below, I will identify [the] perceptions of injustices and situate them in the Bugis culture of sovereignty and people’s relations with the state. This paper is of particular importance for policy making on the issue of access to justice in the aquaculture frontiers of Indonesia. These frontiers are often areas where people master the art of not being governed and as such should receive specific policy attention. Moreover, the sheer scale of these frontiers in most of Southeast Asia, and the...[Show more]
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