The popular imagination with regards to Islamic politics has lately been focussed on ‘radical’ Islamic groups that appear intent on establishing states run on the basis of Islamic law as well as being vehemently opposed to virtually all things associated with the ‘West’.
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Suicide among Indonesian children/teenagers is apparently increasing every year.
Suicide Among Indonesian Children/Teenagers
The Social Origins and Political Power of Blaters (Thugs) in Madura
Encountering Corpses: Notes on Zombies and the Living Dead in Buddhist Southeast Asia
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Southeast Asia has had a long history of fighting terrorism, but the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 against the United States and the region’s deepening integration with the global economy have elevated regional cooperation on counter terrorism to a higher level.