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Indonesian Genocide's Impact on One Family Revealed in Documentary

Michael Rose | Posted 02.22.2016 | Impact
Michael Rose

Nearly fifty years ago the United States supported the Indonesian coup that toppled the Sukarno government, the first President of Indonesia, who'd led the country's efforts to secure independence from the three hundred year colonial grip of the Netherlands.

Surabaya's Mrs. Mayor: Indonesia's Best-Kept Secret

Stanley Weiss | Posted 10.20.2013 | World
Stanley Weiss

Surabaya, Indonesia--Here, in Indonesia's second-largest city, legend tells of a titanic battle between Sura, the great white shark, and Baya, the cro...

Obama's Bad Prescription for Indonesia

Amy Goodman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Amy Goodman

We should spend time focusing on Obama's plans for Indonesia, and the possibility that he may restore funding and training for one of the world's most notorious, human-rights-abusing military forces, the Indonesian Kopassus.

Indonesia Makes Its Mark in a Monument

Sara Schonhardt | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Sara Schonhardt

Monas remains significant for many reasons, but increasingly because of the lessons it provides about Indonesia, a country caught between tradition and modernization.