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Birgit Bräuchler, The Cultural Dimension of Peace. Decentralization and Reconciliation in Indonesia . Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan UK , 2015, xxii + 259. [Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies]. ISBN 9781137504340, price: USD  100.00 (hardcover); 9781349574759, 39.99 (paperback

violence in referring to the civil conflict in Maluku pushes aside local political explanations. There is a danger that a term or theoretical frame can produce an oversim- plified understanding of an event of violence. Is there a way of using terms 7 Cribb, 2002a; 'Exploring the meaning of reconciliation

reconciliation with the church, the young perpetrators would be able to resolve the crisis and re-enter the community as ‘good’ Christians. The restriction on (public displays of) judgement shifted community responses away from sustained condemnation and focused attention on regenerative acts of reconciliation

the cultures of their birth. Once individuals are safely back in their culturally demarcated places, a certain reconciliation can take place. Hanafi departs from Semarang after Corrie’s untimely death leaving behind ‘three close friends’, Corrie herself, now alone in her grave, and two Dutch people

revenge against Parr. 70 But in the absence of clear proof it was considered prudent and in the best interests of the Company to regain the trust and cooperation of the Bugis chief, particularly in view of the anxiety. of the Pengeran for his reconciliation with the Government. The Bengal Government on

distanced itself in its own history from the 'Javanese imperialists'. Rizal Sukma summarizes developments in Aceh since the early 1990s, and is pessimistic about the possibilities of peace and reconciliation. Contrary to Minako Sakai's account of the inability of regional AMAN offices to operate

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? , presents a thorough description of reconciliation efforts by the state, civil society, and cultural interventions, such as Joshua Oppenheimer’s film The Act of Killing . In this section, Robinson describes some of the impediments to those efforts, including the prolonged anticommunist stance

Chapter 4 discusses divorce and reconciliation; all explore women’s agency and gendered sexual ideologies. In my view, the author makes two main contributions: one about women’s agency within the dynamism of marriages, and another about the implementation of the state-based Marriage Law 1974 in what she