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The Indonesian military ‘invasion’ of Aceh on 19 May 2003 marked the collapse of a peace process initiated discreetly by the Henri Dunant Centre three years earlier. This process had culminated in the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement (COHA) between the Government of Indonesia and the Free Aceh...
Since the fall of Suharto's autocratic regime in May 1998, Indonesia has gone through a delicate process of democratisation. At the same time Indonesia is also confronted with the problem of nation‐building. The question is: how can a democratic Indonesia unite itself? By using the theoretical...
The passing of Law No. 18 of 2001 on ‘Special Autonomy for the Province of Aceh Special Region as the Province of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam’ signified a major development in the Indonesian government's strategy to resolve Aceh's protracted conflict. Ratified by President Megawati Sukarnoputri on...
Japan seeks to play the role of a peace‐maker in Aceh. This includes organising international conferences in Tokyo to facilitate peace and offering substantial aid to the combatants to cease hostilities. Japan and the Swiss‐based Henri Dunant Centre (HDC) have a division of labour in Aceh. But...
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