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America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy
April 21, 2017
America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy
“The U.S. has a stake in the advancement of Indonesia’s anti-impunity, judicial, and institutional goals."
America’s Stake in Upholding Indonesia’s Democracy
Behind Indonesia’s Red Scare
June 14, 2016
Behind Indonesia’s Red Scare
Why is the Indonesian military again warning of an imminent communist revolution?
Behind Indonesia’s Red Scare
International Court Revisits Indonesia's 1965 Mass Killings
November 19, 2015
International Court Revisits Indonesia's 1965 Mass Killings
An international people's tribunal at the Hague looks into one of the country's most troubling periods.
International Court Revisits Indonesia's 1965 Mass Killings
What 1965 Means in Southeast Asia
October 30, 2015
What 1965 Means in Southeast Asia
The year 1965 is politically significant in several Southeast Asian states.
What 1965 Means in Southeast Asia
Joshua Oppenheimer
January 23, 2014
Joshua Oppenheimer
The Diplomat’s Justin McDonnell spoke with Joshua Oppenheimer, the director of the acclaimed documentary The Act of Killing, a film that looks at the genocide in Indonesia in 1965-66, largely through the eyes of the perpetrators.
Joshua Oppenheimer
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