Drifting between accommodation and repression: explaining Indonesia's policies toward its separatists

@article{Fujikawa2017DriftingBA,
  title={Drifting between accommodation and repression: explaining Indonesia's policies toward its separatists},
  author={K. Fujikawa},
  journal={The Pacific Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={30},
  pages={655 - 673}
}
ABSTRACT A central government facing separatist activities adopts various policies to respond to them. In some cases, the government represses them harshly, while in other cases, it tries to accommodate the separatists’ demands. We currently have two strands in the literature to understand which policies are implemented by the government: the reputation theory and the cost-benefit calculation model. However, neither of them is sufficient to explain Indonesia's policies toward its separatists in… Expand

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