Urban-Rural Connections: Banda Aceh through Conflict, Tsunami and Decentralization

  title={Urban-Rural Connections: Banda Aceh through Conflict, Tsunami and Decentralization},
  author={M. A. Miller and T. Bunnell},
  • M. A. Miller, T. Bunnell
  • Published 2010
  • Geography
  • As a site of tremendous social, political and economic transformation over the past decade, Indonesia’s northwestern-most province of Aceh on the island of Sumatra has attracted considerable attention. Aceh has been the scene of one of the most catastrophic natural disasters and large-scale reconstruction efforts in human history following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and undersea earthquake. It has also been the site of one of Asia’s most protracted armed separatist conflicts, as well as a… CONTINUE READING
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