1. The 2017 Pilkada (Local Elections) in Indonesia: Clientelism, Programmatic Politics and Social Networks
  2. Edward Aspinall, Wawan Mas’udi
  3. pp. 417-426
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  1. The Rise of Uncontested Elections in Indonesia: Case Studies of Pati and Jayapura
  2. Cornelis Lay, Hasrul Hanif, Ridwan, Noor Rohman
  3. pp. 427-448
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  1. Programmatic Politics and Voter Preferences: The 2017 Election in Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta
  2. Wawan Mas’udi, Nanang Indra Kurniawan
  3. pp. 449-469
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  1. Peasants and Politics: Achievements and Limits of Popular Agency in Batang, Central Java
  2. Muhammad Mahsun
  3. pp. 470-490
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  1. Unopposed but not Uncontested: Brokers and “Vote Buying” in the 2017 Pati District Election
  2. George Towar Ikbal Tawakkal, Andrew D. Garner
  3. pp. 491-510
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  1. Adaptation and Continuities in Clientelism in a Fishing Community in Takalar, South Sulawesi
  2. Haryanto
  3. pp. 511-531
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  1. The Power of Female Brokers: Local Elections in North Aceh
  2. Rizkika Lhena Darwin
  3. pp. 532-551
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  1. When the Supporters Do Not Support: Politicizing a Soccer Fan Club in an Indonesian Election
  2. Yogi Setya Permana
  3. pp. 552-573
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  1. By More Than Providence: Grand Strategy and American Power in the Asia-Pacific Since 1783 by Michael J. Green (review)
  2. Allan Gyngell
  3. pp. 574-576
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  1. Moral Politics in the Philippines: Inequality, Democracy and the Urban Poor by Wataru Kusaka (review)
  2. Anna Marie A. Karaos
  3. pp. 577-579
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  1. Blood and Silk: Power and Conflict in Modern Southeast Asia by Michael Vatikiotis (review)
  2. Michael Wesley
  3. pp. 580-582
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  1. Changing Lives in Laos: Society, Politics, and Culture in a Post-Socialist State ed. by Vanina Bouté and Vatthana Pholsena (review)
  2. Kearrin Sims
  3. pp. 583-586
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  1. China, the United States and the Future of Southeast Asia ed. by David B.H. Denoon (review)
  2. Chin-Hao Huang
  3. pp. 587-589
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  1. Fieldwork in Timor-Leste: Understanding Social Change through Practice ed. by Maj Nygaard-Christensen and Angie Bexley (review)
  2. Hannah Loney
  3. pp. 590-593
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  1. Sovereignty and the Sea: How Indonesia Became an Archipelagic State by John G. Butcher and R.E Elson (review)
  2. Leonardo Bernard
  3. pp. 594-596
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  1. Explaining the East Asian Peace: A Research Story by Stein Tønneson (review)
  2. Jim Rolfe
  3. pp. 597-599
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  1. The ASEAN Miracle: A Catalyst for Peace by Kishore Mahbubani and Jeffrey Sng (review)
  2. Johan Saravanamuttu
  3. pp. 600-602
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