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Aceh peace process

why it failed

by Edward Aspinall

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Published by East-West Center Washington in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Aceh (Indonesia)
    • Subjects:
    • Gerakan Aceh Merdeka,
    • Aceh (Indonesia) -- History -- Autonomy and independence movements,
    • Aceh (Indonesia) -- Politics and government

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      This paper presents a preliminary analysis of the history and dynamics of Aceh’s abortive peace process conducted between the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Indonesian government. After surveying the origins and progress of the negotiations, the paper examines the roles played by the main players, the problems encountered along the way, and the achievements that were registered. Currently the peace process has broken down because the two parties have been unable to agree on the fundamental issue dividing them: whether Aceh would become an independent nation or remain an integral part of the Indonesian state. This essay explains the reasons for the failure of the process with the hope that the lessons learned may be of relevance to policymakers, analysts, and others with an interest in the long-term resolution of the Aceh conflict as well as other internal disputes in the region and beyond. It also suggests that the Indonesian government’s current resort to a military solution is not only unlikely to resolve the conflict but may ultimately be counterproductive. Eventually a return to negotiations - not necessarily with GAM alone - will be necessary. This is the first publication in Policy Studies, a peer-reviewed East-West Center Washington series that presents scholarly analysis of key contemporary domestic and international political, economic, and strategic issues affecting Asia in a policy relevant manner.

      Edition Notes

      StatementEdward Aspinall and Harold Crouch.
      SeriesPolicy studies,, 1, Policy studies (East-West Center Washington) ;, 1.
      ContributionsCrouch, Harold A., 1940-, East-West Center Washington.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS646.15.A8 A86 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 73 p. :
      Number of Pages73
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3389521M
      ISBN 101932728007
      LC Control Number2004616035
      OCLC/WorldCa53998022

      By backing the Aceh Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Jokowi’s government would reduce the risk of conflict and secure the legacy of Southeast Asia’s most successful peace process. Aceh, Indonesia. In , HD launched the first ever dialogue process between the government of the Republic of Indonesia and the leaders of the Movement for Free Aceh (GAM). From to , the organization officially facilitated the peace process between representatives of the two camps.

      the Aceh peace process and their personal inv olvement in it. Most participants did point to steps that might have been tak en differently to advance the justice agenda. of a peace process in Aceh. This earlier process ultimately broke down and was analysed in a paper co-written by the author (Aspinall and Crouch, ). The current paper was commissioned by the HD Centre and written in response to a series of general questions provided by the HD Centre concerning the relationship between the peace process and.

      This paper presents a preliminary analysis of the history and dynamics of Aceh’s abortive peace process. It surveys the origins and progress of the negotiations, the roles played by the main players, the problems encountered along the way, and the achievements that were registered. The paper aims to understand the reasons for the failure of [ ]. The Secessionist Movement and the Peace Process in the Philippines and Indonesia: The Case of Mindanao and Aceh Rizal G. Buendia, Ph.D. ∗ ABSTRACT In this paper, the possibilities for creating a peaceful society amidst an on-going conflict between the .


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This paper presents a preliminary analysis of the history and dynamics of Aceh's abortive peace process conducted between the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Indonesian government.

After surveying the origins and progress of the negotiations, the paper examines the roles played by the main players, the problems encountered along the way, and Cited by: This paper presents a preliminary analysis of the history and dynamics of Aceh¿s abortive peace process conducted between the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Indonesian government.

After surveying the origins and progress of the negotiations, the paper examines the roles played by the main players, the problems encountered along the way, and the achievements that were registered.

CMI and President Ahtisaari continued to follow the development of the Aceh peace process from the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding until June Between and a more intense follow-up was conducted through the "Aceh Peace Process Follow-up Project".

The insurgency in Aceh, officially designated the Aceh disturbance (Indonesian: Pemberontakan di Aceh) by the Indonesian government, was a conflict fought by the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) between andwith the goal of making the province of Aceh independent from aftermath of a strong military offensive in and the Indian Ocean earthquake brought a peace Location: Aceh, Indonesia.

The book explores in detail the unique constellation of national and international events that allowed some wars Aceh peace process book end in negotiated settlement, one to end in virtual defeat of the insurgents, and the others to rage Aceh peace process book.

The aim of the book is to identify the variables that contribute to the success or failure of a peace. The peace process broke down because the two parties were unable to agree on the fundamental issue dividing them: whether Aceh would become an independent nation or remain an integral part of the.

Peace in Aceh book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Following nearly three decades of conflict and a series of failed ceas. Peace in Aceh offers an insider's personal account of that peace process and is required reading for anyone wishing to understand this troubled province.

DAMIEN KINGSBURY is Associate Professor in the School of International and Political Studies and Director of International and Community Development at Deakin University, Victoria, s: 1. Combatants to Contractors: The Political Economy of Peace in Aceh.

Indonesia, 87, 1– Awaludin, Hamid. Damai di Aceh: Catatan Perdamaian RI-GAM di Helsinki (Peace in Aceh: notes on the peace process between the Republic of Indonesia and the Aceh Freedom Movement (GAM) in Helsinki), CSIS, Jakarta, Indonesia (Printed Book).

the Free Aceh Movement in August in Helsinki had set up the mission. This report looks at the reasons for the successful outcome of the Aceh peace process, which offers useful lessons for peace implementation elsewhere. Pieter Feith is the former head of the Aceh Monitoring Mission.

An expert in crisis management, he has been deputy. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aspinall, Edward. Aceh peace process.

Washington, DC: East-West Center Washington, © Onpeace negotiations in Tokyo between the Indonesian government and the Free Aceh Movement (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka; GAM) finally collapsed.1 The GAM negotiators had rejected an Indonesian ultimatum requiring them to abandon their goal of independence for Aceh, accept autonomous status for the territory within Indonesia, and immediately lay down their arms.

saw the end of more than 30 years of armed conflict in Aceh. Through first-hand accounts of the region’s peace process, this Accord analyses what led to the peace agreement and how it has been put into practice.

It includes interviews with the mediators and negotiators and examines the ongoing challenges for Aceh’s future.

Peace in Aceh. A Personal Account of the Helsinki Peace Process. Jakarta. Equinox. Stock ID # xiii + pp, appendix, bibliography, index, sticker remnants lower cover lower left corner, a very good paperback copy otherwise.

Following nearly three decades of conflict and a series of failed ceasefire agreements, on 15 Augustthe separatist Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the. On Success in Peace Processes: Readiness Theory and the Aceh Peace Process.

Amira Schiff. Abstract. The study presents an analysis of the conflict resolution process in the Aceh conflict between the government of Indonesia (GoI) and the Free Aceh Movement (“Gerekan Aceh Merdeka” or GAM). The first time I set foot in Helsinki was in January to attend the Helsinki peace talks between the Indonesian government and the Free Aceh.

The Aceh peace process nothing less than success / An EU-led mission completed its mandate of monitoring and supporting the peace process in the Indonesian province of Aceh on Decem This report looks at the reasons for the successful outcome of the Aceh peace process, which offers useful lessons for peace implementation elsewhere.

Peace in Aceh: a personal account of the Helsinki peace process. [Damien Kingsbury] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Damien Kingsbury. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The process of post-tsunami recovery and reconstruction in Aceh will take considerable time and is not easy.

This book is an attempt at providing helpful background information on Acehnese history, politics and culture, which would benefit expatriate aid workers as well as foreign and domestic scholars in their dealings with the people of Aceh. the December tsunami devastated coastal Aceh, it was the catalyst for a new push for peace that moved on currents emerging over the previous years.

On entering the next talks process, both GAM and the government had more realistic expectations of what they might achieve and the basic shape of a settlement.

“There was a clear mandate with. Aceh (/ ˈ ɑː tʃ eɪ /) is the westernmost province of is located on the northern end of Sumatra, with Banda Aceh being its capital and largest city.

Granted a special autonomous status, Aceh is a religiously conservative territory and the only Indonesian province practicing Sharia law officially. There are ten indigenous ethnic groups in this region, the largest being the.This study presents a preliminary analysis of the history and dynamics of Acehs abortive peace process conducted between the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Indonesian government.

After surveying the origins and progress of the negotiations, the paper examines the roles played by the mainplayers, the problems encountered along the way, the.Herrberg's unique insight into the EU's Aceh Monitoring Mission describes how Brussels came to contribute to the peace process in Aceh.

She draws a number of lessons regarding inter-governmental partnerships with NGOs in peacebuilding, and investing in mediation support capacity.