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No-take zones

No-take zones

In West Papua province’s Raja Ampat islands, a local fisheries conservation initiative is setting a global standard

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Time bomb in Bali

Time bomb in Bali

A culture that suppresses conflict disguises decades-long tensions in Balinese communities

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Sympathy for the Devil

Sympathy for the Devil

Pining for the certainty of the Suharto era

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Land and social justice

Land and social justice

Communities struggle for access while reforms run aground

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Fighting over the land and forest

Fighting over the land and forest

Century-old conflicts persist in the vast tracts of Indonesia that are designated as state forest

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Land, ethnicity and politics

Land, ethnicity and politics

Direct local elections have led to new developments in the struggle for land rights in East Kalimantan

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The trouble with oil palm

The trouble with oil palm

Conflicts between villagers and plantation companies in Sumatra are still unresolved

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Not just a piece of paper

Not just a piece of paper

The state’s requirements for marriage registration disadvantage poor rural women

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Papua road map

Papua road map

Conflict resolution should move from a security to a justice approach

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Beyond the Museum

Beyond the Museum

Asmat bisj-poles gain new meaning in a Papuan refugee protest in Melbourne

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The end of fasting

The end of fasting

Evolving performances at Hari Raya celebrations are a window into deeper cultural change

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Permeable border

Indonesian fishermen whose traditional fishing grounds are in Australian waters may have a Mabo-style claim, says CAMPBELL WATSON.

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A veneer of tradition

How strong is local tradition in the face of the modern state?ARIANNE VAN DER MEER attends a ceremony in Sumatra's Minangkabau area, famous for its matrilineal culture. She finds that the cultural symbols do survive. But they are now also tools in the hands of the central government.

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Living in peace

Living in peace

The village of Oelua proves that Indonesians can live with difference.

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Contested land claims

Which Dongi people should be compensated for land?

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Community justice

Why do people in Banyuwangi kill ‘sorcerers’?

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