Explaining the 2016 Islamist Mobilisation in Indonesia: Religious Intolerance, Militant Groups and the Politics of Accommodation

@article{Mietzner2018ExplainingT2,
  title={Explaining the 2016 Islamist Mobilisation in Indonesia: Religious Intolerance, Militant Groups and the Politics of Accommodation},
  author={Marcus Mietzner and Burhanuddin Muhtadi},
  journal={Asian Studies Review},
  year={2018},
  volume={42},
  pages={479 - 497}
}
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