12 essays on aspects of politics since 2013 Authors are: Ull Fiona, Mada Sukmajati, Rizki Alvian, Wawan Mas’udi. Amalinda Savirani, Cornelis Lay, Leo Agustino, Ahmad Rizky Mardhatillah Umar, Richard Chauvel, Yatun Sastramidjaja, Max Lane. For contents, click HERE. In Indonesia, this book can be obtained in PERIPLUS Bookshops. Otherwise order by clicking HERE.
ALL DAY PUBLIC SEMINAR/FORUM: COLONIAL LEGACIES TODAY: INDONESIA AND THE NETHERLANDS ALl Welcome. Venue: IRRE Rooms, Lombokstraat 40, 1094 AL Amsterdam, Netherlands Date and Time: Saturday, 18 May 2019 from 10:00-17:00 UTC+02 (Click here for FACEBOOK EVENT) This seminar will bring together two themes. One is colonialism in the Netherlands Indies as a form of racism, […]
ZIARAH KE MAKAM TIRTO ADHI SOERJO berziarah bersama Pramoedya Ananta Toer, Hasyim Rachman dan Joesoef Isak. Oleh Max Lane (Ditulis 1992, dan terbit di majalah PROGRES.) (Ditulis 1992, dan terbit di majalah PROGRES.)
VENEZUELA and the World 3. Some little reflections: It is necessary to understand that the conflict in Venezuela manifests a war between classes, not between factions of the one class, as in elections in “normal” bourgeois democracies.. The victor will not be inclined to give the other side a chance to come back into power […]
Venezuela and the World – 2. Judging compromises with the opposing class, or retreat before it in a battle situation, requires a close to precise understanding of the balance of forces; the capacities from all angles of the opposing sides, even as they change from moment to moment. Even those participating in the struggle engage […]
VENEZUELA AND THE WORLD The coup attempt by the United States, assisted by the EU and supported by Australia, against the legitimate government of Venezuela, headed by the elected President, Maduro, is ongoing. This colonialist coup threatens the social gains made by the Bolivarian process since the election of the late President Hugo Chavez, already […]
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The policy content in the sharpening rhetorical contestation in Indonesia’s presidential campaign remains shallow. The policy manifestos of both camps contain the usual generic promises of economic and technological progress and social justice. However, the essential difference between Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto in the main thrust of their campaign message […]