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Amri Yahya and the Sydney University Labor Club

Amri Yahya and the Sydney University Labor Club

A link to Australia’s support of the Indonesian revolution

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The spirit of Sudirman

The spirit of Sudirman

A mural competition in Yogyakarta sees Indonesians reinterpreting their revolutionary past in the light of present concerns

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Gus Dur’s 100 days

 Gus Dur’s 100 days

Abdurrahman Wahid’s life deserves serious and critical reflection

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Driving under the New Order

Driving under the New Order

The tumultuous events of 1965 thwarted Liong Tjie Tjong’s writing aspirations

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Gerindra and 'Greater Indonesia'

Gerindra and 'Greater Indonesia'

Prabowo’s party has deep roots in Indonesian political mythology

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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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W.S.Rendra (1935-2009)

W.S.Rendra (1935-2009)

The peacock is no more

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Beyond terrorism and martyrdom

Beyond terrorism and martyrdom

People in West Java hold diverse memories of the Darul Islam rebellion and its leader Kartosuwiryo

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Obituary - Mohammad Jusuf Ronodipuro

Obituary - Mohammad Jusuf Ronodipuro

30 September 1919 – 27 January 2008

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Remembering Ong

Remembering Ong

About cooking, studying Java, and other serious pleasures

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The romance of K'tut Tantri

Timothy Lindsey, The Romance of K'tut Tantri and Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1997, 362pp, Rrp AU$65. Reviewed by RON WITTON

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Itinerant scholars

Hinduism and Islam were born so far away. How did Indonesians learn of them? KAREL STEENBRINK traces a long history of religious scholars travelling overseas.

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Suharto (8 June 1921- 27 January 2008)

A career soldier who commanded a country.

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Surviving the kleptocrazies

Reflections from former Foreign Affairs Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Roeslan Abdulgani

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The struggle over history

Pramoedya Ananta Toer questions the dominant understanding of Indonesia’s historical path

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Not Fade Away

A General of the Sukarno years criticises today's military

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Merdeka!

Prajurit jaga malam

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For kicks

The history of football is a history of Indonesia itself

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The first Asian boat people

Strange things began to happen when Indonesian refugees came to Australia during World War II

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