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In Indonesia: Suharto’s Death

January 30, 2008

In the January 27th Newsweek article, Soldier, Savior, Strongman, Crook: The death of Suharto, architect of Indonesia’s authoritarian ‘New Order,’ draws a muted reaction from the nation he once dominated, The Asia Foundation’s Country Representative in Indonesia, Doug Ramage, says that the death of the former president of Indonesia will have virtually no political impact. To read more, click here.

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