Indonesia in 1980: regime fatigue?

by Guy J. Pauker

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Gives an in-depth look at the current economic, political, and military developments in Indonesia. The regime of President Suharto is given credit for improvement in Indonesia since 1966. However, political improvements in Indonesia appear to be somewhat clouded. A detailed historical look at the political and economic changes in Indonesia since 1945 is presented. Currently there is growing opposition to Suharto and his regime's authoritarian policies. (To be published in the February 1981 issue of [Asia Survey].)

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