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The State and Illegality in Indonesia

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The popular 1998 reformasi movement that brought down President Suharto’s regime demanded an end to illegal practices by state officials, from human rights abuse to nepotistic investments. Yet today, such practices have proven more resistant to reform than people had hoped.

Many have said corruption in Indonesia is “entrenched”. We argue it is precisely this entrenched char
Paperback, 328 pages
Published 2011 by KITLV Press, Leiden
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Aug 11, 2011 G rated it really liked it
Great in-depth area studies critique of illegality and the changing reasons for it in several important sectors.
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Edward Aspinall is professor of politics at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University.
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