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Inequality
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Development for the rich

Development for the rich

Gated communities are built with little concern for their social and environmental impacts

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A city without social justice

A city without social justice

Jakarta needs more green space, but not at the expense of the poor

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Rulers in their own country?

Rulers in their own country?

Special autonomy and Papuan aspirations have been thwarted by Jakarta and hampered by the administrative fragmentation sponsored by local politicians

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Prison cum hostel?

Prison cum hostel?

A political economy of drugs thrives inside one of Indonesia’s most notorious prisons

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Privatising social justice

As riots erupt across the country, Suharto is forcing rich companies to contribute to a private anti-poverty foundation. But, for DAVID BOURCHIER and IAN CHALMERS, the move smacks of personal greed.

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Jakarta money stirs Ujungpandang riot

VEDI HADIZ sent this eyewitness account from South Sulawesi.

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Colonial legacy

It may be true that Java rules Indonesia. But Javanese labourers in Sumatra, writes BUDI AGUSTONO, have been at the bottom of the heap for generations.

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United we stand?

Indonesia’s labour movement needs to consolidate the gains of 1998

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Corporate social responsibility?

Just a public relations exercise that undermines workers’ rights

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Missing the boat?

What happens when wandering sea nomads have to settle?

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The distraction is over

Elections do nothing to eliminate sources of social tension

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Solidarity in suffering

Victims of the May 1998 riots seek justice and healing

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Repressing reform

Democracy and autonomy are sold out to Western economic and security interests

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The IMF burden

The IMF has enriched corrupt officials while burdening ordinary Indonesians with debt

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Box - West Kalimantan at a glance

West Kalimantan at a glance

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Dayak anger ignored

MICHAEL DOVE traces Dayak unhappiness to inequities in state development.

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Middletown comes to Malang

JASON PRICE talks with the new middle class and discovers they love progress but keep the poor at arms length.

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