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Indonesia's Flawed Intelligence Reform Process

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

DENPASAR, Indonesia -- Largely ignored abroad, a new intelligence reform bill currently being debated by Indonesia's parliament could have serious repercussions for the archipelagic country's security and its process of democratization.

The long-overdue bill is a step in the right direction, since intelligence operations in Indonesia are currently flimsily regulated by a presidential decree. Still, the proposal currently on the table is hardly ideal. ...

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