Soeharto's New Order and Its Legacy

Soeharto's New Order and Its Legacy

Essays in honour of Harold Crouch

Edited by: Edward Aspinall orcid, Greg Fealy

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Indonesia’s President Soeharto led one of the most durable and effective authoritarian regimes of the second half of the twentieth century. Yet his rule ended in ignominy, and much of the turbulence and corruption of the subsequent years was blamed on his legacy. More than a decade after Soeharto’s resignation, Indonesia is a consolidating democracy and the time has come to reconsider the place of his regime in modern Indonesian history, and its lasting impact. This book begins this task by bringing together a collection of leading experts on Indonesia to examine Soeharto and his legacy from diverse perspectives. In presenting their analyses, these authors pay tribute to Harold Crouch, an Australian political scientist who remains one of the greatest chroniclers of the Soeharto regime and its aftermath.

Details

ISBN (print):
9781921666469
ISBN (online):
9781921666476
Publication date:
Aug 2010
Note:
Asian Studies Series Monograph 2
Imprint:
ANU Press
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/SNOL.08.2010
Series:
Asian Studies Series
Disciplines:
Arts & Humanities: History; Law; Social Sciences: Politics & International Studies
Countries:
Southeast Asia

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The New Order and its Antecedents

  1. One Reasonably Capable Man: Soeharto’s Early Fundraising (PDF, 132KB)David Jenkins doi
  2. Soeharto’s Javanese Pancasila (PDF, 183KB)Ken Ward doi
  3. New Order Repression and the Birth of Jemaah Islamiyah (PDF, 151KB)Sidney Jones doi
  4. Managing Industrialisation in a Globalising Economy: Lessons from the Soeharto Era (PDF, 452KB) – Hal Hill and Dionisius Narjoko doi
  5. The Historical Roots of Indonesia’s New Order: Beyond the Colonial Comparison (PDF, 168KB)Robert Cribb doi
  6. Patrimonialism: The New Order and Beyond (PDF, 201KB)Jamie Mackie doi

The Legacy

  1. The Habibie Presidency: Catapulting Towards Reform (PDF, 231KB) – Dewi Fortuna Anwar doi
  2. Semi-Opponents in Power: The Abdurrahman Wahid and Megawati Soekarnoputri Presidencies (PDF, 190KB)Edward Aspinall doi
  3. The Legacy of the New Order Military in Local Politics: West, Central and East Java (PDF, 211KB) – Jun Honna doi
  4. The Political Economy of Reform: Labour after Soeharto (PDF, 528KB)Chris Manning doi
  5. Indonesia’s Direct Elections: Empowering the Electorate or Entrenching the New Order Oligarchy? (PDF, 271KB)Marcus Mietzner doi
  6. Exemplar or Anomaly? Exiting the New Order in Comparative Perspective (PDF, 198KB) – William Case doi

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