Indonesia, 1998. With the fall of Suharto’s 32-year autocratic regime following years of political turmoil and violence, the ‘Reformation Era’ was ushered in. Heaped upon it were promises of freedom, prosperity, and a corruption-free society. Three thinkers weigh in on what has – and hasn’t – changed since.
Featuring Putu Fajar Arcana, Saras Dewi, Haidar Bagir, I Wayan Juniarta.
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