4 edition of Local conflict in Indonesia found in the catalog.
Local conflict in Indonesia
|Statement||Menno Pradhan, Patrick Barron, and Kai Kaiser.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 3384, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3384.|
|Contributions||Barron, Patrick., World Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004617238|
Indonesia Netherlands: Legion of Ratu Adil. Victory: Makassar Uprising () Indonesia East Indonesia: Victory: Invasion of Ambon () Indonesia: Republic of South Maluku: Victory: PRRI and Permesta rebellion (–) Indonesia. Communist Party of Indonesia; Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Indonesia Permesta Central. Land for the People provides a comprehensive look at land conflict and agrarian reform throughout Indonesia’s recent history, from the roots of land conflicts in the prerevolutionary period and the Sukarno and Suharto regimes, to the present day, in which democratization is creating new contexts for people’s claims to the land. Drawing on.
Indonesia has a total of discriminatory local regulations targeting women. A total of 90 of those rules require girls and women, mostly students and civil servants, to wear the hijab. Local Peacebuilding and National Peace is a collection of essays that examines the effects of local peacebuilding efforts on national peace book looks at violent and protracted struggles in which local people have sought to make their own peace with local combatants in a variety of ways, and how such initiatives have affected and have been affected by national .
The Case of Aceh, Indonesia (Executive Summary) DOWNLOAD. By Patrick Barron, Erman Rahmant, Kharisma Nugroho. From The Contested Corners of Asia: Subnational Conflict and International Development Assistance.. Aceh is the best example in Asia of the transformation of a violent conflict into an enduring peace. Keywords: Indonesia, conflict, ethnic violence, Maluku, Kalimantan, Dayak, Aceh, Papua, democratization Beginning in the mids, there was a sudden rise in violent ethnic conflict in Indonesia. In the years immediately preceding the downfall of Suharto's authoritarian regime, riots began to emerge in.
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Contesting Development: Participatory Projects and Local Conflict Dynamics in Indonesia (Yale Agrarian Studies Series) [Woolcock, Michael, Barron, Patrick, Diprose, Rachael] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Contesting Development: Participatory Projects and Local Conflict Dynamics in Indonesia (Yale Agrarian Studies Series)Cited by: COVID Resources.
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Local power configurations and struggles over power have been a key factor. Colleagues in West Kalimantan and Ambon, where the conflict has broken out in a major way, Local conflict in Indonesia book that the change in Indonesian law from made the situation far worse.
The law in question essentially turned local traditional village heads into the lowest rung of the. Local Chinese Indonesians were killed in Local conflict in Indonesia book areas, The conflict that had broken out in between the Muslim party Nahdlatul Ulama Shifting between California and Indonesia as settings for the novel, the book is written from the perspective of a single man working as an operative for an international company.
The novel focuses more Attack type: Politicide, mass murder, genocide. Local Conflict and the Economy: What Can We Learn From Indonesia’s Maluku A view of Ambon, the capital of Maluku, where conflicts have.
Contesting Development: Participatory Projects and Local Conflict Dynamics in Indonesia. Michael Woolcock, et al.Yale University Press. The book explores the conditions under which the Kecamatan Development Project (KDP), a nation-wide community development initiative, helped and hindered local institutional change as Indonesia embarked on a series of.
Local conflict in Indonesia: incidence and patterns (English) Abstract. Major intrastate conflicts, such as civil wars, and the resulting set-backs for economic and political development, have received increasing research attention in recent years.
A growing literature has sought to investigate conditions that affect the. He shows how the religious understanding of the conflict blossomed and became a self-fulfilling prophecy. This book is a must-read for scholars interested in ethnic and religious conflict and NGO activists who work in the field of conflict resolution."--Elizabeth Fuller Collins, Ohio University, author of Indonesia Betrayed: How Development Fails.
Get this from a library. Local conflict and development projects in Indonesia: part of the problem or part of a solution?. [Patrick Barron] -- Drawing on an integrated mixed methods research design, the authors explore the dynamics of the development-conflict nexus in rural Indonesia, and the specific role of development projects in shaping.
Drawing on an integrated mixed methods research design, the authors explore the dynamics of the development-conflict nexus in rural Indonesia, and the specific role of development projects in shaping the nature, extent, and trajectories of "everyday" conflicts.
When it comes to endogenous mechanisms of conflict resolution in Rwanda, the gacaca courts dominate extant literature and policy analyses. However, gacaca courts concluded their hearing of genocide cases in and what is left now is the finalisation of the reports of the gacaca process.1 As Rwanda continues with its post-conflict reconstruction and quest for sustainable Cited by: 2.
Recent studies of large-scale "headline" conflicts have excluded consideration of local conflict, in large part due to the absence of representative data at low levels of geographic specification.
This paper is a first attempt to correct for that by assessing the incidence, impacts, and patterns of local conflict in Indonesia. Indonesia's war that won't go away Continuing our series on under-reported conflicts around the world, Indonesia is considering a crackdown in Aceh which could make a bloody conflict worse.
Another local concern, though notably less of a problem after the district election, is the competition between local Muyu and Mandobo tribal elites for political power, and how that competition intersects with the politics of neighbouring Merauke, where an effort is underway to establish a new South Papua Province.
Abstract: The book explores the conditions under which the Kecamatan Development Project (KDP), a nation-wide community development initiative, helped and hindered local institutional change as Indonesia embarked on a series of democratic reforms following the fall of the Suharto government in This is without a doubt the best book on contemporary Indonesia I have read.
Unlike other, terrorism-obsessed authors, Bertrand has a strong grasp of fact and critical interpretation. Virtually all of the major issues facing Indonesia during the late- and immediate post-Suharto period are covered in detail and without tiresome attempts to link Cited by: Indonesia is currently affected by many serious conflicts which have arisen as a result of a variety of ethnic, religious and regional tensions.
Presenting important new thinking on violent conflict in the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation, this book examines a selection of conflicts in detail and discusses the nature of violence and the Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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Half of Indonesia’s massive population still lives on farms, and for these tens of millions of people the revolutionary promise of land reform remains largely unfulfilled.
The Basic Agrarian Law, enacted in the wake of the Indonesian Revolution, was supposed to provide access to land and equitable returns for peasant farmers. But fifty years later, the law’s.
One important lesson from this study is the potential impact of local conflict in Indonesia. This has become important considering competition among local political elites tends to raise tensions Author: Yogi Vidyattama. Conflict or Consent? The oil palm sector at a crossroads This volume is the seventh in a series of reports published by the Forest Peoples Programme and SawitWatch, and other partners, about the social implications of oil palm expansion.
The first, Promised land: palm oil and land acquisition in Indonesia – implications for local communities andFile Size: 6MB.Conflict, Politics and Aid at the Community Level 95 Community perceptions of aid 97 Aid shaped by local power structures 99 Can aid project design control the extent of elite capture?
is an area roughly the size of Indonesia, and significantly greater than the combined ter -File Size: 5MB.The Indonesian National Revolution, or Indonesian War of Independence, was an armed conflict and diplomatic struggle between the Republic of Indonesia and the Dutch Empire and an internal social revolution during postwar and postcolonial Indonesia.
It took place between Indonesia's declaration of independence in and the Netherlands' recognition of Indonesia's Location: Indonesia.