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Editors: Thang D. Nguyen (The United in Diversity Forum, Indonesia)
Book Description:
It has been 10 years since Indonesia was transformed into to a democracy after more than three decades of dictatorship. Considering that it is the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation, Indonesia’s democratic transformation is quite a success story; in fact, Indonesia has shown us that—contrary to current debates—Islam and democracy can co-exist.

In retrospect, however, we must ask: What has Indonesia achieved? Is Indonesia more stable now, politically and economically? Has the Indonesian economy really recovered from the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997-98 and shown an increasingly positive growth rate? And are Indonesia’s legal, financial and social reforms working?

The Indonesian Journey is a collective attempt to answer these questions. With a reader-friendly structure, this book suits not only students of Southeast Asia studies and academics, but also leaders across sectors and anyone who is interested in Indonesia.


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Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xxiii
Dedication

Foreword
(Surin Pitsuwan)

Foreword
(Aristides Kattopo)

Introduction
(Thang D. Nguyen)


Part I: Democracy
Chapter 1. Democracy in Indonesia: A Work in Progress, pp. 3-10
(Endy M. Bayuni)

Chapter 2. Aliran, Religion, Class and Culture: Political Parties and Social Identity in Indonesia, pp. 11-29
(Stephen Sherlock)



Part II: Economy
Chapter 3. The Indonesian Economy: Growth, Crisis, and Recovery, pp. 33-58
(Hal Hill)

Chapter 4. Reform of the Indonesian Banking System: Building Carrying Capacity, pp. 59-67
(David Nellor)

Chapter 5. Indonesia's Investment Relations with Northeast and Southeast Asia, pp. 69-90
(Thee Kian Wie)

Chapter 6. The Indonesian Oil and Gas Industries: A Comparative Perspective, pp. 91-103
(Francisia Seda)



Part III: The Law
Chapter 7. The Indonesian Legal System: A Brief Critique, pp. 107-112
(Andrew I. Sriro)

Chapter 8. Legal Reform in Indonesia: Implications Regarding Corruption and Human Rights, pp. 113-119
(Frans H. Winarta)



Part IV: Security
Chapter 9. 123Indonesia: Jemaah Islamiyah's Current Status, pp. 123-146
(The International Crisis Group(ICG))

Chapter 10. Countering the Ideology of Jemaah Islamiyah: A Point-by-Point Approach, pp. 147-167
(Rohan Gunaratna and Mohamed Bin Ali)

Chapter 11. Indonesia's Maritime and Security Interests in the New Era [1], pp. 169-180
(Rosihan Arsyad)



Part V: Diplomacy
Chapter 12. The US and Indonesia: In Search of a 21st Century Partnership, pp. 183-192
(Eduardo Lachica)

Chapter 13. Indonesia and Japan: Five Decades of a Relation and Future Challenges, pp. 193-197
(Sumimaru Odano)

Chapter 14. Australia and Indonesia: Current Problems, Future Prospects, pp. 199-230
(Jamie Mackie)

Contributor's Bio's
List of Endorsement
Index pp. 237-254

   Series:
      Asian Political, Economic and Security Issues
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 277, 7 x 10
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-836-3
   Status: AV
  
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