Civil-Military Relations In Democratising Indonesia: The Potentials And Limits To Change (Canberra Pap On Strategy & Defence No. 141)


by Singh, Bilveer

Civil-Military Relations In Democratising Indonesia: The Potentials And Limits To Change (Canberra Pap On Strategy & Defence No. 141)

Price:  US$37.71   (SGD47.14*)
Format:  Paper Back, 201 pages
Published:  2001, Australia, 1st Edition
ISBN:  093155408X
SB#:  038457 (121)

About This Book

The role of the Indonesian military in its modern history has been important due to many factors, including a divided political leadership. This paper traces the ways in which the Indonesian armed forces have been involved in Indonesia's governance since Independence. The author examines the role of the military during five major periods: the Revolutionary period, 1945-1949; the Constitutional Democracy period, 1950-1959; the Guided Democracy period, 1959-1965; the New Order period, 1965-1998; and the Post-New Order period, 1998 to the present.


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