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Indonesia: Tensions Over Aceh’s Flag

Asia Briefing N°139, 7 May 2013

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A dispute over a flag in Aceh is testing the limits of autonomy, irritating Indonesia’s central government, heightening ethnic tensions, reviving a campaign for the division of the province and raising fears of violence as the 2014 national elections approach.

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Indonesia: Tensions Over Aceh’s Flag, Asia Briefing N°139, 7 May 2013

A dispute over a flag in Aceh is testing the limits of autonomy, irritating Indonesia’s central government, heightening ethnic tensions, reviving a campaign for the division of the province and raising fears of violence as the 2014 national elections approach.

Bahasa Indonesia   中文

Indonesia: Defying the State, Asia Briefing N°138, 30 Aug 2012

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono needs to act more firmly against institutions and officials that defy national court rulings or his inaction risks prolonging local conflicts.

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Indonesia: Dynamics of Violence in Papua, Asia Report N°232, 9 Aug 2012

The only measure likely to halt violence in Indonesia’s Papua province in the short term is a major overhaul of security policy.

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How Indonesian Extremists Regroup, Asia Report N°228, 16 Jul 2012

Almost ten years after the 2002 Bali bombing, Indonesian extremists are weak and divided but still finding partners for new operations.

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Indonesia: Averting Election Violence in Aceh, Asia Briefing N°135, 29 Feb 2012

Election monitors should begin deployment to Aceh long before the 9 April election to deter intimidation.

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Indonesia: The Deadly Cost of Poor Policing, Asia Report N°218, 16 Feb 2012

Despite years of investment in community policing, the Indonesian police remain deeply distrusted by the people they are supposed to serve.

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Indonesia: Cautious Calm in Ambon, Asia Briefing N°133, 13 Feb 2012

Five months after an outbreak of Christian-Muslim violence in Ambon, the city is outwardly calm and bustling, but many issues remain unresolved.

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Indonesia: From Vigilantism to Terrorism in Cirebon, Asia Briefing N°132, 26 Jan 2012

Involvement in violent campaigns against vice and religious deviance has become one pathway to terrorism in Indonesia.

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Indonesia: Trouble Again in Ambon, Asia Briefing N°128, 4 Oct 2011

The government needs to quickly answer questions about an outbreak of violence in Ambon on 11 September that has raised communal tensions and may have been the motivation for the 25 September bombing of a church in Solo, Central Java.

Bahasa Indonesia

Indonesia: Hope and Hard Reality in Papua, Asia Briefing N°126, 22 Aug 2011

A spike in violence in Indonesian Papua over the last two months underscores the urgency of exploring new ideas to address conflict there.

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