Indonesia's Mediocre Harvard Grade

Despite remarkable strides in the last 11 years after the economic, social and political chaos of the Asian financial crisis, Indonesia remains to some extent caught in the coils of Suharto's New Order -- overly dependent on resource extraction and with its political and social institutions still inadequately developed, according to an exhaustive 105 page report by a Harvard University program.

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