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himself a just national leader and the one who has brought about total peace and national reconciliation in 1998 through his Win-Win strategy. Challenging Hun Sen’s rule, Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha, the leaders of the democrats and the Cambodian National Rescue Party, invoked the narrative of Cambodia

, more abstractly, by a universal community of Catholics. In this, a diverse collection of people are bound together by common acts of worship—such as the act of attending mass, baptism, or reconciliation—and belief in a common destiny. In terms of production, agricultural tools and planting techniques

Developemnt ( UNYPAD ) UNYPAD has been involved in initiatives of reconciliation, conflict management, and peace building. After presenting an analysis about the way in which UNYPAD is involved in these interventions, we will further elaborate on some of the analytical consequences of our empirical

’s reign in May 1998. However, in the long run-up to the presidential elections of 2014, he has initiated a campaign of reconciliation (referred to by the originally Chinese term kongkow , ‘talk or chat’), which at least some Chinese Indonesians seem to accept and even appreciate. This is possible, Purdey

reconciliation between French ‘scientific’ methods and local farming practices and cosmologies. Kathryn Sweet offers a historical explanation for poor women’s health conditions in present-day Laos. As she convincingly argues, various rulers attempted to modernize Laos’ nursing and midwifery systems during

and glaringly kleptocratic features of the prime minister Najib Razak’s administration. Second were the intertwined developments of the return to politics of the ninety-two-year-old Mahathir (motivated by his disgust of Razak’s egregious corruption), the 2016 public reconciliation between Mahathir and

today, of reconciliation. References M.B. Hooker (1984), Islamic Law in South-East Asia , Singapore: Oxford University Press. Moshe Yegar (1972), The Muslims of Burma; A Study of a Minority Group , Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz.

:654–8). The result was the introduction of Law No. 1/1974 on Marriage, which for the first time required, among other things, the civil registration of marriages, divorces, and reconciliation (meaning the reuniting of a husband and wife after an initial declaration of divorce by the husband); regulation of

reconciliation. Since then, twenty conferences have been organized—and to mark this milestone, this book, giving an overview of the history and activities of Dialoog (Dialogue), was published. Apart from the conferences, Dialoog organized trips to Japan, published books, including in Japanese, erected memorials

-sponsored reconciliation initiatives sought to bring religious leaders from different faiths together. The effectiveness of these reconciliation initiatives is questionable, in my view. More significantly, state officials have kept the memory of the rioting alive by being quick to remind citizens of the need to avoid