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Published on: August 22, 2014
Asia’s Dark Horse

Indonesia struggled through decades of tumult and quasi-military rule to forge an unlikely democracy. Now it is closer than ever to achieving its potential as a geopolitical and economic powerhouse.

Derek Parker is a freelance writer and reviewer. He is based in Melbourne, Australia.
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