Donald J. Porter, "Managing Politics and Islam in Indonesia"
Taylor & Francis (2005) | English | ISBN: 0203642767 | 284 pages | PDF | 1.56 MB
Managing Politics and Islam in Indonesia examines the politics of Islam and the state in Indonesia over recent decades, during which time there has been a notable resurgence of Islamic political movements. It argues that after the state had consistently worked to restrict and exclude political Islam from power, in the late 1980s and 1990s, there was a change whereby Suharto courted the support of, and began to incorporate, Muslim interests within the political system.
One unintended consequence of this was to raise Muslims’ political expectations and to mobilise Muslim political interests in the context of broadening ‘pro-democracy’ opposition which contributed to the downfall of Suharto’s regime. Based on extensive original research, including interviews with participants, this book charts the shifts in relations between Islam and the Indonesian state over time, assessing the impact on other groups, and on the overall cohesion of Indonesia.
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