Mainstreaming radicalism — lessons of the West
Advisor to Singapore-based government affairs and political risk consultancy Vriens & Partners
PREMIUM Religion is one of the five pillars of Pancasila, the philosophical foundation of the Indonesian state. Indonesia is praised as the perfect example that democracy and religious faith are indeed compatible. Under the leadership of the country’s two largest religious organizations, Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), political Islam has historically rhymed with tolerance and integrity. The ...
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