Negotiating Peace in Indonesia: Prospects for Building Peace and Upholding Justice in Maluku and Aceh

01/06/2009
ICTJ, IfP, Scott Cunliffe, etal
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Indonesia’s history is littered with episodes of mass violence, whether state-sponsored, communally driven or separatist in nature. But in recent times the Indonesian government has successfully negotiated several peace agreements and brought about an end to mass human rights violations. This report examines two such cases, the peace negotiations for Maluku and Aceh, with particular emphasis on issues pertaining to justice and accountability.