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Role conflict and the limits of state identity: the case of Indonesia in democracy promotion
The Pacific Review
This paper aims to analyse why Indonesia projects democracy as a state identity by taking on the role of democracy promoter? This paper argues that Indonesia's aspiring role as a democracy promoter is not a manifestation of a firm and coherent democratic political culture, which is more likely to be a permanent feature of states. Thus, rather than seeing it as firmly established state identity, instead, Indonesia's democratic identity should be seen as role conception articulated by foreigndoi:10.1080/09512748.2016.1249908 fatcat:3r263ruyvjbgxpt5iadjtvxmpe