The Australian: Robin Bush Discusses Indonesia’s Transition to Democracy

August 29, 2011 — An article in The Australian focuses on Indonesia’s role in the Arab revolution. The author compares what lessons can be learned from Indonesia’s transition to democracy. The Asia Foundation’s Robin Bush explains how there are no equivalents in the Middle East of Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah, which claimed 75 million members, almost one in three Indonesians, and played a vanguard role in the transition. Read the full article: “Indonesia’s role in the Arab revolution.”

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