A lack of coordination between state actors and a lack of acknowledgment between state and society undermines the new capital project.
Rethinking memories of Darul Islam
The anti-traditional rule of the Darul Islam movement had a tremendous impact on indigeneity and the way that it is constructed today among the Duri
Invoking memories of Darul Islam
Reports from Afghanistan and contemporary memory activism teach us that memories of trauma run deep, as the author and others have found among the Sulawesi survivors of DI/TI.
Disrupting pathways: What awaits rural youth forced home by COVID-19?
An influx of new ideas might boost rural and coastal sectors, but unemployment looms large too.
Legislating self-reliance and family values in the time of coronavirus?
At the heart of the Family Resilience Bill is the message that the family unit is responsible for its its own poverty and challenges.