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|Title:||Indonesia: the Politics of Inclusion|
|Citation:||Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2005; 35(1):53-57|
|Publisher:||J Contemporary Asia|
|Abstract:||Looks into the political situation of Indonesia. Suggestion of the fact that the fall of President Suharto and the subsequent process of democratization have removed key obstacles to organization by poor and disadvantaged groups and their NGO policy change; Reliance of these groups on less potent ways of exercising influence; Discussion of land reform and mining issues in protected forests.|
|Description:||© Journal of Contemporary Asia|
|Appears in Collections:||Anthropology & Development Studies publications|
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