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Title: The Changing role of the Indonesian Military [ABRI] in establishing Territory, State and Nation. by Lieutenant Commander P. Flynn
Author: Flynn, P.
Date: 1995
Abstract: Frequently portrayed in the Western Media as corrupt, repressive and anti-democratic, the Indonesian military have long held a unique and powerful position within their state and continue to perform an active and decisive role in the political, economic and bureaucratic life of the country.
Source: Australian Defence Force Journal,
Volume: January/February 1995
no. 110 ; p. 27-32.
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: South-east asia
Defence
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/87634
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