The military have had a key role to play in Indonesia's recent history and may well have a decisive role to play in her future. This book looks at the role of the military in the downfall of Suharto and their ongoing influence on the succeeding governments of B.J. Habibie and Abdurrahman Wahid. The author also examines such key features as human rights, reconciliation, civic-military discourse and ongoing security dilemmas. The book is unique in providing the best overview of the role of the military in the world's fourth most populous nation.
'A well researched and significant book covering a critical period in Indonesian history.' - Political Studies Review
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3. Reinventing Legitimacy: Doctrinal Adaptation in the Changing Society
4. Security Approach and Human Rights
5. Creating New Threats: Ideological Dogmatization
6. Contesting 'Inner' Thoughts in Civil-Military Discourse
7. The Post-Soeharto: Politics and Theatre of Military Reform