De vlucht van een paradijsvogel

10 May 2013 

On the morning of July 16, 1957 a Lockheed Constellation collapsed in Biak in the sea, an island of Dutch New Guinea. Only ten people survived the crash, including the complete family Rich: Olaf the father, a well-known lawyer and politician in New Guinea, his wife Nel and their three children.

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Constructing Papuan nationalism: history, ethnicity, and adaption

27 August 2011 

Papuan nationalism is young, evolving, and flexible. It has adapted to and reflected the political circumstances in which it has emerged.

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Peace building in Papua with plurality

11 December 2010 

Indonesia suffered an explosion of religious violence, ethnic violence, separatist violence, terrorism, and violence by …

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