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The Yudhoyono Presidency: Indonesia's Decade of Stability and Stagnation

by Edward Aspinall

The presidency of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (2004-14) was a watershed in Indonesia's modern democratic history. Yudhoyono was not only the first Indonesian president to be directly elected, but also the first to be democratically re-elected. Coming to office after years of turbulent transition, he presided over a decade of remarkable political stability and steady economic growth. But other aspects of his rule have been the subject of controversy. While supporters view his presidency as a period of democratic consolidation and success, critics view it as a decade of stagnation and missed opportunities. This book is the first comprehensive attempt to evaluate both the achievements and the shortcomings of the Yudhoyono presidency. With contributions from leading experts on Indonesia's politics, economy and society, it assesses the Yudhoyono record in fields ranging from economic development and human rights, to foreign policy, the environment and the security sector.


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Preliminary pages
1. The moderating president: Yudhoyono's decade in power
2. Prologue: Yudhoyono's legacy: an insider's view
PART 1: PERSONAL, COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
3. The politics of Yudhoyono: majoritarian democracy, insecurity and vanity
4. Men on horseback and their droppings: Yudhoyono's presidency and legacies in comparative regional perspective
5. Yudhoyono's foreign policy: is Indonesia a rising power?
PART 2: INSTITUTIONS, POLITICS AND SECURITY
6. A balancing act: relations between state institutions under Yudhyono
7. Professionalism without reform: the security sector under Yudhoyono
8. Yudhoyono's legacy on internal security: achievements and missed opportunities
9. Toning down the 'big bang': the politics of decentralisation during the Yudhoyono years
10. The rule of law and anti-corruption reforms under Yudhoyono: the rise of the KPK and the Constitutional Court
PART 3: GENDER, HUMAN RIGHTS AND ENVIRONMENT
11. Yudhoyono's politics and the harmful implications for gender equality in Indonesia
12. Human rights and Yudhoyono's test of history
13. Religious politics and minority rights during the Yudhoyono presidency
14. Big commitments, small results: environmental governance and climate change mitigation under Yudhoyono
PART 4: THE ECONOMY AND SOCIAL POLICIES
15. The Indonesian economy during the Yudhoyono decade
16. The Yudhoyono legacy on jobs, poverty and income distribution: a mixed record
17. Ambitious but inadequate: social welfare policies under Yudhoyono
Index
Indonesia Update Series

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  • Number of Pages : 362
  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Weight : 620g
  • Product Code : 9789814620710
  • Dimension : 152 x 229 mm

About Author

Edward Aspinall

Edward Aspinall is Professor, Department of Political and Social Change, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University, Canberra.