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This section presents a list of terms and concepts that occur in the book Renegotiating Boundaries: Local politics in post-Suharto Indonesia. In 1998, Indonesia was plunged into a crisis that could not be understood with simplistic tools. Massive demonstrations, amidst an economic crisis triggered by a plunging exchange rate, forced President Suharto to resign. After 32 years of enforced stability, the New Order was at an end. Things began to happen in the provinces that no one was prepared for. Democratization was one of them. Everyone wanted it, but there was no doubt that the movement was not equally strong all over the country.

Keywords: democratization; New Order; post-Suharto Indonesia

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