Jakarta: The religious and customary approach is one way to solve Papua’s problems. Traditional elements and churches can be involved because they have synergy in the lives of the people … Continue Reading Cultural Development and Reconciliation Are Assessed as the Basis for Papua Conflict Resolution
12 years ago this article I published this article, please read again to refresh our views about Papua and West Papua. JAKARTA [kompas] – Asmat people oppose separatism in the … Continue Reading Asmat Opposes Free West Papua Separatism
In the eyes of many, West Papua is internationally recognized as part of Indonesia. Background Most people in the world realize that the western half of New Guinea, the world’s … Continue Reading Why Free West Papua is destined to fail?
Speech of Hans van Baalen (Member of the Dutch House of Representatives from The People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy – VVD) in Jakarta, 20 Oktober 2005: “Let me therefore, set … Continue Reading The Republic Indonesia is the single heir to the Dutch East Indies (Papua and West Papua)
UK Hansard on Papua 24 Jun 2008 : Column 284W Mr. MacDougall: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement on the … Continue Reading UK support the territorial integrity of Indonesia and do not support calls for independence for Papua.