Main Program | The Jakarta Method

09 Oct 2021 17:15 - 17:45
/ / IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)
Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant, Bali & The Rechabite Hall, Perth.

In 1965, the U.S. government helped the Indonesian military killed one million innocent civilians to eliminate the largest communist party outside China and the Soviet Union. Vincent Bevins’ bold and comprehensive debut work, The Jakarta Method, highlights his incisive reporting for The Washington Post and uses declassified documents and eyewitness testimony to reveal a shocking legacy that spans the globe.

This session is presented in English

Pada tahun 1965, pemerintah AS membantu militer Indonesia membunuh satu juta warga sipil tak berdosa untuk melenyapkan partai komunis terbesar di luar China dan Uni Soviet. Karya debut Vincent Bevins yang berani dan komprehensif, The Jakarta Method, menyoroti laporannya yang tajam untuk The Washington Post dan menggunakan dokumen yang tidak diklasifikasikan dan kesaksian saksi mata untuk mengungkapkan warisan mengejutkan yang menjangkau dunia.

Sesi in dipersembahkan dalam Bahasa Inggris


Vincent Bevins

Vincent Bevins is an award-winning journalist and correspondent, covering Southeast Asia for The Washington Post. He previously served as the Brazil Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and worked for …

Evi Mariani

Jakarta-based journalist, Evi Mariani, received a SOPA Award for Excellence in Public Service Journalism in 2020. Her collaborative project also won a 2020 Tasrif Award and 2020 Indonesia Print Media …

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