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Algerian Chronicles, Albert Camus' accounts of the Algerian War, have never before been published in English. The winner of the 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature, gives voice to his great distress at the civil war in his homeland. He had sympathy for both sides, and argued that the killing of innocent people via acts of terrorism could never be justified, no matter what the strategic or political advantages. Source: abc.net.au
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Fifteen years after the fall of Suharto, democracy in Indonesia is firmly established. But corruption is rife, and while the media has grown, not much of it is independent enough to call the corrupt to account. The little that does owes its existence to one remarkable man: Goenawan Mohamad -- poet and journalist, co-founder of the news magazine Tempo and a much-lauded literary elder statesman. We follow his story, an...