The world map through post-colonial eyes: Indonesia and Oceania (Part 2 of 2)
Nikolaos van Dam
As a result of all these developments, and many more, the Indonesia of today has become even more highly diverse than it already was.
The present situation therefore carries all kinds of residues of earlier colonialism, even in the sphere of religion.
People in Germany may have been brought up with a perception and a political map of Asia and Oceania that differs somewhat from that ...
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