Separatist Conflict in Indonesia: The long-distance politics of the Acehnese diaspora

Antje Missbach

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    Abstract

    "The socio-political activities of the Acehnese diaspora, located mainly in Malaysia, Scandinavia, the USA and Australia, has been of fundamental importance to conflict and politics within Aceh. The intensity of the relations between the diaspora and the homeland was mainly determined by the conflict that afflicted the region between 1976 and 2005, and the resulting hardship was experienced by Acehnese both at home and abroad. This book looks at the thirty years of long-distance politics exercised by the Acehnese diaspora. It interprets the social, political and cultural aspects of the small-scale conflict in Aceh, as well as focusing on the external factors related to the Acehnese overseas and their impact on homeland politics. The book goes on to contribute to the argument that the Acehnese diaspora had a significant impact on those who remained in Aceh. By focusing on the triangular relationships between the homeland, the host countries and the Acehnese diaspora, the book draws attention to the exchange of people, ideas, and financial and material resources that has occurred."--Publisher's description.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationWiltshire UK
    PublisherRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group
    Number of pages260
    Edition1st
    ISBN (Print)9780415668965
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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