Indonesia's Disaster Politics
ArgumentIndonesiaâs Disaster Politics
The latest earthquake and tsunami could be a major setback for the countryâs democracy.By Alejandro Quiroz Flores |
Alejandro Quiroz Flores is a senior lecturer in the Department of Government at the University of Essex.
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