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|in this issue Never again||4|
|your say Indonesian Hitler?||4|
|newsbriefs Oils ain’t oils||5|
|A grief shared||5|
|Not so noble||5|
|politics and human rights Off to the polls Indonesians will vote in June. Can they escape from the dead hand of past elections?||6 , 7 , 8|
|The electoral reforms||8|
|New Order old school The struggle for democracy has slowed because ‘opposition’ leaders, all of them schooled under Suharto, are afraid of the people||9|
|Blood in the streets The anger and the bullets are real. So why do student demonstrations reek of melodrama?||10 , 11|
|Not reformasi, transformasi! Student demands have been far too timid.||12|
|A hero passes on||12|
|Habibie’s fling Just before an election, Habibie finds the temptation to buy himself a TV network too hard to resist||13|
|Tomorrow, in Timor Lorosae Freedom in East Timor is no longer a dream. But the transition to freedom is full of danger||14 , 15|
|Women on the move After three decades of patriarchal conformity under the New Order, women are once more a force for change||16 , 17|
|Corning out For 32 years they were condemned to a life of misery. Now former communist political prisoners are emerging, slowly, into the daylight||18 , 23|
|Revolusi! (tapi damai) Surat kepada keluarga besar Ikatan Alumni Universitas Indonesia (Iluni)||19|
|Perempuan bergerak! OLEH KRISHNA SEN||20|
|Tragedi di Sumba OLEH DAVID MITCHELL||21|
|Romo Mangun telah tiada||22|
|Tapol troubles – when will they end?||23|
|Tragedy in Sumba Why neighbours hacked each other to death in a remote part of Indonesia||24 , 25 , 26|
|Back on the beat? For years, police were ‘little brother’ to soldiers. Will that now change? And will it bring back the friendly local cop?||27 , 28|
|Society and economy The price of rice Bulog had to feed Indonesia, pacify farmers, and support Suharto’s industrialisation policy. What will happen to it now?||29 , 30|
|environment Palm oil Palm oil destroys forests and people||31 , 32|
|culture Lightning! Witty people’s theatre flourishes on a volatile political stage. Australians get to see it too.||33 , 34|
|reviews Java is the key||35|
|travel Climb a mountain, save a forest Idealistic students want to take ecotravelers up remote mountains in Sulawesi.||36 , 37|
|resources Indonesia on the Net Indonesian democracy on the internet – some interesting places and things to do for those who know a little Indonesian||38|
|bookshop The Spice Islands voyage – In search of Wallace||39|
|Journeys through shadows||39|
|SMERU – Monitoring social crisis in Indonesia||39|
|The Indonesian economy in the 19th and 20th centuries – A history of missed opportunities||39|
|A new criminal type in Jakarta – Counterrevolution today.||39|
|Women creating Indonesia – The first 50 years||39|
|INDONESIA – LAW AND SOCIETY||39|
Indonesia Resources and Information Programme (Australia). (1983). Inside Indonesia : bulletin of the Indonesia Resources and Information Programme Retrieved September 26, 2017, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-132484128
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