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Minister: 'Indonesia not a failed state'
Published on 25 June 2012 15:18
National Development Planning Minister Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana denied on Monday that Indonesia was a failed state, saying the country was making progress. "We are not a failed state because we are improving. By scoring 80.6 points in a recent survey, we are moving closer to a moderate level," she told a press conference here.
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For me it would be interesting what the Fund for Peace movement means with "failed state": politically, economically, socially, sociologically, culturally, religiously.......



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Allright, then these are the indicators:
Social
Mounting demographic pressures.
Massive displacement of refugees, creating severe humanitarian emergencies.
Widespread vengeance-seeking group grievance.
Chronic and sustained human flight.
Slum creation in poor areas.
Economic
Uneven economic development along group lines.
Severe economic decline.
Political
Criminalization and/or delegitimization of the state.
Deterioration of public services.
Suspension or arbitrary application of law; widespread human rights abuses.
Security apparatus operating as a "state within a state".
Rise of factionalized elites.
Intervention of external political agents.

Well, there are some indicators, but actually not that much.
* Widespread vengeance-seeking group grievance. The muslim extremists??
* Slum creation in poor areas. Mwahhh......not that worse.
* Uneven economic development along group lines. Well, that's everywhere on the planet.
* Suspension or arbitrary application of law; widespread human rights abuses. There are some human right abuses, but not widespread.
* Security apparatus operating as a "state within a state". In a certain way, but not yet out of control.
* Rise of factionalized elites. Not really a rise; it's always been there.

According to my opinion the country is far from a failed state; it ranks negative on 63 of 177 states.




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