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National and Transnational Security Regimes: Indonesia
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Introduction

This entry examines the impact of the national security state of Indonesia on Muslim women. The term “national security state” is used here to refer to the security functions of the government of the Republic of Indonesia, the way it polices and controls its citizens and deals with what it perceives to be threats or dangers to national security. The term does n…

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White, Sally, “National and Transnational Security Regimes: Indonesia”, in: Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures, General Editor Suad Joseph. Consulted online on 27 May 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/1872-5309_ewic_EWICCOM_001429>
First published online: 2012



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