In the wake of the 2014 elections, Indonesia stands to become an important counterweight to fast-rising China. Yet important questions remain as the world hurries to figure out what this new Indonesia might become. Will it be rocked by the rising currents of political Islam? As it pursues deeper trade with China, Japan and South Korea, will it become a military force in the region as well? How will the behavior of its neighbors and the spotlighg of the world stage change its ambitions? McDonald tells the story of a country's conflicting past--a place full of neighborly kindness and tolerance as well as bloody violent oppression--and attempts to understand the possibilities of its future.
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