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The Road To Helsinki: The Aceh Agreement and Indonesia's Democratic Development

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Despite considerable skepticism, the August 2005 Helsinki agreement between the Government of Indonesia and Free Aceh Movement were largely successful in resolving nearly 30 years of armed conflict. The December 2006 local elections are now widely recognized as marking the consolidation of that peace agreement. Conventional accounts of the Helsinki negotiations do not capture the complexity and richness of the various political, military, institutional and personal forces at play. A closer examination reveals the extent to which the Helsinki Memorandum of Understanding was a key milestone in Indonesia's continuing democratic development.

Affiliations: 1: Partners for Democratic Change, 2121 K Street, NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20037 USA


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