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- Publication Date: 07-2007
- Content Type: Policy Brief
- Institution: International Crisis Group
- Abstract: Most outside observers see only one dimension of conflict in Papua – the Indonesian government vs. the independence movement – but it is much more complex. Tensions among tribal groups and between indigenous Papuans and non-Papuan settlers, as well as competition over political power and access to spoils at the district and sub-district levels, are also important. The issues vary substantially from one region to another. National and international attention has tended to focus on the northern coast and the central highlands, with relatively little on the districts in the south, which have long felt excluded from politics in the Papuan capital, Jayapura.
- Topic: Environment, Ethnic Conflict
- Political Geography: Indonesia, Asia, Papua, Jayapura