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INDONESIA RISING Edited by Anthony Reid The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) was established as an autonomous organization in 1968. It is a regional centre dedicated to the study of socio-political, security and economic trends and developments in SoutheastAsia and its wider geostrategic and economic environment. The Institute’s research programmes are the Regional Economic Studies (RES, including ASEAN and APEC), Regional Strategic and Political Studies (RSPS), and Regional Social and Cultural Studies (RSCS). ISEAS Publishing, an established academic press, has issued more than 2,000 books and journals. It is the largest scholarly publisher of research about Southeast Asia from within the region. ISEAS Publishing works with many other academic and trade publishers and distributors to disseminate important research and analyses from and about Southeast Asia to the rest of the world. The Indonesia Project, a major international centre for research on the Indonesian economy and society, is housed in the Crawford School of Economics and Government’s Arndt-Corden Department of Economics. The Crawford School is part of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific at The Australian National University (ANU). Established in 1965, the Project is well known and respected in Indonesia and in other places where Indonesia attracts serious scholarly and official interest. Funded by the ANU and the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), the Indonesia Project monitors and analyses recent economic developments in Indonesia; informs Australian governments, business and the wider community about those developments and about future prospects; stimulates research on the Indonesian economy; and publishes the respected Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies. The College’s Department of Political and Social Change (PSC) focuses on domestic politics, social processes and state–society relationships in Asia and the Pacific, and has a long-established interest in Indonesia. TogetherwithPSC,theProjectholdstheannualIndonesiaUpdateconference, which offers an overview of recent economic and political developments and devotes attention to a significant theme in Indonesia’s development. The Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies publishes the conference’s economic and political overviews, while the edited papers related to the conference theme are published in the Indonesia Update Series. 00 Prelims ii-iv.indd 2 4/18/12 3:51 PM The Repositioning of Asia’s Third Giant INDONESIA RISING Edited by Anthony Reid Indonesia Update Series INSTITUTE OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES SINGAPORE Edited by Anthony Reid First published in Singapore in 2012 by ISEAS Publishing Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 30 Heng Mui Keng Terrace Pasir Panjang Singapore 119614 E-mail: Website: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, translated, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.© 2012 Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore The responsibility for facts and opinions in this publication rests exclusively with the authors and their interpretations do not necessarily reflect the views or the policy of the Institute or its supporters. ISEAS Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Indonesia rising : the repositioning of Asia’s third giant / edited by Anthony Reid. (Indonesia update series) This book emanates from the 29th Indonesia Update Conference organized by the Australian National University Indonesia Project on 30 September and 1 October 2011. 1. Indonesia­ —Foreign relations—Congresses. 2. Indonesia—Foreign economic conditions—Congresses. 3. Indonesia—Politics and government—1998– —Congresses. 4. Indonesia—Economic conditions—1997– —Congresses. 5. Climatic changes—Indonesia—Congresses. I. Reid, Anthony, 1939– II. Australian National University. Indonesia Project. III. Indonesia Update Conference (29th : 2011 : Canberra, Australia) DS644.4 I41 2011 2012 ISBN 978-981-4380-39-3 (soft cover) ISBN 978-981-4380-40-9 (hard cover) ISBN 978-981-4380-41-6 (e-book, PDF) Cover photo: Indonesian President Yudhoyono talks to US President Obama during a breakfast meeting at the G20 Summit in Toronto on 27 June 2010. Source: Jason Reed/Reuters. Edited and typeset by Beth Thomson, Japan Online, Canberra Indexed by Angela Grant, Sydney Printed in Singapore by Mainland Press Pte Ltd 00 Prelims ii-iv.indd 4 4/18/12 3:51 PM ...


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