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This paper looks at the Aceh conflict since 1976 and more specifically the insurgent Free Aceh Movement––GAM. It aims to provide a detailed ideological and organizational “map” of this organization in order to increase the understanding of its history, motivations, and organizational dynamics. Consequently this paper analyzes GAM’s ideology, aims, internal structure, recruitment, financing, weapons procurement, and its military capacity. The focus of this study is on the recent past, as the fall of Suharto not only allowed the Indonesia government to explore avenues other than force to resolve the Aceh conflict, but also provided GAM with the opportunity to make some changes to its strategy and to transform itself into a genuinely popular movement. It will be argued here that the key to understanding GAM in the post-Suharto era and the movement’s decisions, maneuvers and statements during the three years of intermittent dialogue can be found in the exiled leadership’s strategy of internationalization. This strategy shows that for GAM the negotiations, above all, were not a way to find common ground with Jakarta but a means to compel the international community to pressure the Indonesian government into ceding independence. This is the second 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.
|Statement||Kirsten E. Schulze.|
|Series||Policy Studies -- 2|
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|Pagination||ix, 75,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||75|
Motivated by discovery of large gas reserves in Lhokseumawe and driven by inherent ethnic-chauvinism widespread amongst the Acehnese, a former Darul Islam "foreign minister", Hasan di Tiro established the Free Aceh Movement (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka) in December Start: This article has been rated as Start-Class on . The two sides are the Indonesian security forces and the armed insurgency known as GAM, an acronym for the Free Aceh Movement.
The emergence in of a resistance group named the Free Aceh Movement (or GAM) lent new vigor to Aceh’s fight for autonomy. Although the . Rooted in the latest theoretical debates about nationalism and ethnicity, yet written in an accessible and engaging style, Islam and Nation presents a fascinating study of the genesis, growth and decline of a nationalist movement. Drawing on hundreds of interviews with nationalist leaders, activists and guerillas, Aspinall reveals how the Free Aceh Movement went from being a quixotic fantasy 5/5(1).
Led by GAM (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka: “the Free Aceh Movement”), Acehnese Islamists fought a brutal civil war for decades against Indonesia’s national government, trying to secede from a Muslim-majority country they condemned as insufficiently pious. The tsunami forced a . The flag of the main Aceh separatist movement. Aceh is a predominantly Muslim region, as evidenced by the flag, which has similarities to the flag of Turkey. Dylan Crawfoot, 27 February The star points into the mouth of the moon on the photo in the paper. Ole Andersen, 2 August From an interview in Hallands-Posten, a Swedish newspaper.
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The Free Aceh Movement (GAM): Anatomy of a Separatist Organization (Policy Studies) by Kirsten E. Schulze (Author)Cited by: : Supporting Peace in Aceh: Development Agencies and International Involvement (Policy Studies) (): Patrick Barron and Adam Burke: Books (MoU) between the Government of Indonesia and the Free Aceh Movement, peace still holds in the Indonesian province of Aceh.
This monograph looks at the role of international Author: Patrick Barron and Adam Burke. Free Aceh movement and allowed for a peace settlement; and an influx of foreign aid workers in the aftermath of the catastrophe, which triggered a discourse on “building Aceh back better” (p.
) and provided a fertile ground for discussions about a total transformation of society from the ground by: At first the guerilla war of GAM was highly unsuccessful, and the government appeared to have entirely neutralized the group by cite book | last = Kirsten E.
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This is english translated version of Free Aceh Movement book Book chapter 'Transformasi Gerakan Aceh Merdeka' in Ikrar Nusa Bhakti (ed). Beranda Perdamaian Aceh Tiga Tahun Pasca MoU Helsinki (Verandah of Peace: 3rd Anniversary of Aceh Peace Post Helsinki.
The Free Aceh Movement (GAM): Anatomy of a Separatist Organization. The province of Aceh is located on the northern tip of the island of Sumatra in the Indonesian archipelago.
Since it has been wracked by conflict between the Free Aceh Movement (Gerakan Aceh. The Aceh Merdeka (Free Aceh) movement has been fighting for a independent and Islamic state in Aceh since the s and its activities surged in the late s. Reports by the media and NGOs and.
Rooted in the latest theoretical debates about nationalism and ethnicity, yet written in an accessible and engaging style, Islam and Nation presents a fascinating study of the genesis, growth and decline of a nationalist movement.
Drawing on hundreds of interviews with nationalist leaders, activists and guerillas, Aspinall reveals how the Free Aceh Movement went from being/5. The Free Aceh Movement (GAM) has been characterised by some observers and the Indonesian government as being a radical Islamic organisation intent on establishing an Islamic state in.
The Free Aceh Movement was a separatist group seeking independence for the Aceh region of Sumatra from Indonesia. GAM fought against Indonesian government forces in the Aceh Insurgency from toduring which o lives are believed to have been killed.
This paper looks at the Aceh conflict since and more specifically the insurgent Free Aceh Movement-GAM. It aims to provide a detailed ideological and organizational "map" of this organization in order to increase the understanding of its history, motivations, and organizational dynamics.
The centralist tendencies of the government of Suharto, along with other grievances, led Hasan di Tiro to form the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) on 4 December and declare Acehnese on: Aceh, Indonesia.
The Aceh Merdeka (Free Aceh) movement has been fighting for a independent and Islamic state in Aceh since the s. Aceh, also known as Acheh, Atjeh or Achin, is the westernmost part of Sumatra and the part of Indonesia where the Islamic character of the population is the most pronounced.
The Acehnese demand for autonomy, expressed in support. Di Tiro gave up a diplomatic and business career in the US to take up arms in the jungles of Aceh, founding the Free Aceh Movement, or Gerakan Aceh Merdeka (GAM), in Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schulze, Kirsten E.
Free Aceh Movement (GAM). Washington, DC: East-West Center Washington, © The Free Aceh Movement (Indonesian language: Gerakan Aceh Merdeka or simply GAM, Acehnese language: Geurakan Acèh Meurdèka, also known as the Acheh-Sumatra National Liberation Front (ASNLF), was a separatist group seeking independence for the Aceh region of Sumatra from fought against Indonesian government forces in the Aceh Insurgency from to Country: Indonesia.
The Free Aceh Movement (GAM) is a liberation organisation founded by Hasan Tiro on December 4th, in Halimoon Mountain, Pidie. GAM establishment is closely linked The to the prolonged conflict between Aceh and Indonesia.
The conflict worsened when the centralised Indonesian government explored and exploited natural gas in North Aceh. ThisFile Size: KB. Aspinall's book is scholarship of the highest order, and is likely to remain the reference point for subsequent reflections on the conflict in Aceh for years to come." (Dr.
Joseph Chinyong Liow South East Asia Research) "This book tells the story of Aceh's armed nationalist movement with unprecedented authority, thoroughness and by:. The Free Aceh Movement (GAM): Anatomy of a Separatist Organization Kirsten E.
Schulze Previous and Forthcoming Issues: Policy Studies 1 “The Aceh Peace Process: Why it Failed ” Edward Aspinall, University of Sydney Harold Crouch,Australian National University “Security Operations in Aceh: Goals Consequences and Lessons ”.Buy The Free Aceh Movement (Gam): Anatomy of a Separatist Organization (Policy Studies) by Schulze, Kirsten E., East-West Center Washington (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Kirsten E. Schulze. The Free Aceh Movement (Indonesian: Gerakan Aceh Merdeka or simply GAM, Acehnese: Geurakan Acèh Meurdèka, also known as the Acheh-Sumatra National Liberation Front (ASNLF), was a separatist.