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It is very possible that in late September or early October, the United Nations Security Council will vote on whether to recognise Palestine as a state and accept it as a member of the United Nations. The president of the Palestinian Authority (PA), Mohammed Abbas, will address the General Assembly of the United Nations on […]
Alun-alun “sibuk” tapi tak berumput tak berwarna-warni bali-ho meneriakin iklan disetiap sudut sana sini mahasiswa boleh pilih antara sejuta kios H.P. untung ada nasi kucing murah di wilayah D.I.Y. Kampus-kampus macam-macam pilihannya tetapi tergantung juga orang tua berapa duitnya kesana kemari ada Jogja busway cuma satu jalur terpaksa pula minta orang tua beliin sepeda motor
I have never read any book length or other in-depth studies on the history, politics or economics of Libya. The picture I have of the present developments in Libya is made up of a kind of collage of images, gathered from watching and reading the Australian and international mainstream media from the Melbourne Age to […]
The following essay by Surya Anta was written in response to a series of questions, I emailed him yesterday, August 4, 2011. “I am here to give solidarity, not as a provocateur”* Surya Anta, Jakarta, Indonesia, member Peoples Liberation Party On August 2, 2011 I and Kholis Annasir from the student group Pusat Perjuangan Mahasiswa untuk […]
rubble grey white homes crumbled firing through narrow roads tanks rumbled witnesses ships to break through the sea wall never to cower gunships flying machine guns helicopter prison tower pizzas served beyond the wall in the air-conditioned plaza courage eyes search the sea for ships breaking through to Gaza.
Unfinished Nation: Indonesia Before and After Suharto Reviewed by Ed Walsh of Irish Socialist Network – Published: May 20th, 2010 Click HERE for Review.
THE CHINESE IN INDONESIA – by Pramoedya Ananta Toerby Max Lane 13 March, 2008 The Chinese in Indonesia, An English Translation of Hoakiau Di Indonesia (First Published in 1960) by Pramoedya Ananta Toer; Max Lane (Translator) About This Book Pramoedya Ananta Toer (1925-2006) was undoubtedly Indonesia’s most significant novelist and writer. After the 1960 publication […]
“The crisis to come: Indonesia and the politics of 21st century underdevelopment”. ASIA INSTITUTE Public Lecture – Speaker: Max Lane University of Melbourne Thursday 15 April, 6.30pm – Theatre A, Elisabeth Murdoch Building Admission is free. Bookings are required. Seating is limited. For further information or to register: click here
Anti-government protest, Jogja, 2010 Indonesia in 2010: what kind of neighbourhood? 18 Feb, 6pm for 6.30pm GLEEBOOKS, Glebe Point Rd., Glebe ALL WELCOME at above time and place. You can help by RSVPing to: firstname.lastname@example.org An “In Conversation” discussion flowing from Max Lane’s book: UNFINISHED NATION: Indonesia before and after Suharto, (Verso, 2008). Max Lane […]