Our cognitive dissonance
Doctoral candidate in law at Padjadjaran University
PREMIUM We are a diverse and tolerant nation, they said. We are a respectful and peaceful community, they said. They forgot to mention the caveat: these only apply as long as you are part of the majority, you follow certain interpretations and do not criticize the democracy veiled in bigotry. Indonesia has seen the rise of populism, just like many other countries. At first, it looked like a singular ph...
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