Thinking Outside The Indonesian Box 1
Today I am publishing the first of a series of essays by 'guests' who were given the general guideline to 'think outside the box', an idea stimulated by something SBY said
It is hoped that these essays will spur new approaches to solving some of the myriad problems faced in this country, one which, whatever our ethnicity, we call home. As Jakartass I may not agree with the opinions given, but as a pluralist I welcome them, as must we all. Therefore comments and debate will be welcomed, although clichés, personal abuse and spam will not. I would also welcome more contributions, so please email me
if you haven't already made a commitment to join in.
Miko is a frequent commentator here and regular readers will know that we don't always see eye-to-eye, but he's no fool and when we meet, albeit too infrequently, we enjoy each other's company.
His essay What If No-One Owned Land?
can be found here