[extract] While Indonesia has had experience in dealing with the use of emergency powers for more than fifty years, it has had to face severe problems that have challenged its goals of national resilience, development and, more importantly, the absence of the rule of law. The focus of my chapter is the tensions inherent between emergency powers and the rule of law in Indonesia, particularly in the post-Suharto era.
Hosen, N. (2010). Emergency powers and the rule of law in Indonesia. In V. V. Ramraj & A. K. Thiruvengadam (Eds.), Emergency Powers in Asia: Exploring the Limits of Legality (pp. 267-293). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.