A Wasteland Called Peace

Hajari, Nisid; Loebis, Zamira; Tedjasukmana, Jason
January 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);1/24/2000, Issue 3, p36
Describes the destruction and fear in Ambon, the capital of the Maluku province in Indonesia, which has been the site of much Muslim-Christian violence. The role of soldiers in people's lives; Reasons that the decrease in violence there does not signal peace; The role of President Abdurrahman Wahid; Outlook for the future. INSET: The Mysterious Roots of Mayhem.


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