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Jokowi’s Indonesia: Executions, Diplomacy and the Sukarnoist Turn

Abstract : What if the reprehensible execution in Indonesia of seven foreigners on 29th April was a deliberate form of public diplomacy? The refusal of President Joko Widodo to countenance the pleas of foreign leaders and offer clemency has been interpreted in a number of ways, notably as that of a contested head of state in a fragile democracy heeding the voice of public opinion which, apparently in Indonesia, overwhelmingly supports the death penalty for drug trafficking...
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David, Frederic Camroux. Jokowi’s Indonesia: Executions, Diplomacy and the Sukarnoist Turn. 2015. ⟨hal-03392803⟩

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