Indonesia as a sprawling archipelago with 500 ethnic groups, a variety of distinct religious communities, and in the past few years, faced with the heavy flow of information; all swept in a wave of drastic change. The author aims to revisit the meaning of nation-building and integration while taking into account the diversity of contemporary society. Another critical question is whether populism is likely to push Indonesia into an ear of uncertainty and whether at this point nation-building has lost its meaning.
Nation-building in the era of populism and the muslim intelligentsia: the Indonesian experience / Yudi Latif. - Jakarta : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Indonesia Office, October 2018. - 18 Seiten = 1 MB, PDF-File. -
Electronic ed.: Jakarta : FES, 2018