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EDITORIAL

Jakarta called to action in Papua

The recently set up tribal council must be nurtured as a forum for dialogue on the province's problems



REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Politics of fear and hopelessness drive opposite camps

The thousands of grassroots supporters of caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in the Caravan of the Poor currently camped at Chatuchak Park have intrepidly called themselves "the democratic army", imitating the left-wing cliche of the 70s' "people's army".








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