Study says military complicit in illegal logging
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM A research conducted by the University of Indonesia revealed that military personnel were involved in illegal logging practice in border areas. A team from the Center for East Asia Cooperation Studies (CEACoS) at the University of Indonesia, uncovered the military’s many roles in the illicit business from coordinating to monitoring and investing.The research covers the period between 1999 and 20...
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