Indonesia is losing Melanesia

On Sunday last week, New Zealand-based analyst Jose Sousa-Santos commented on Twitter that “Indonesia’s attempt at buying support from ...


On Sunday last week, New Zealand-based analyst Jose Sousa-Santos commented on Twitter that “Indonesia’s attempt at buying support from the Pacific region seem to have little to no impact on Melanesia’s stance on [West] Papua.

”That’s one of those pesky observations that’s neither entirely right nor entirely wrong. The truth is: Indonesia is winning almost every battle… and still losing the fight.

Conventional wisdom used to be that Indonesia had built an impregnable firewall against Melanesian action in support of West Papuan independence. Its commercial and strategic relationship with Papua New Guinea is such that PNG’s foreign affairs establishment will frankly admit that their support for Indonesia’s territorial claims is axiomatic. Call it realpolitik or call it timidity, but they feel that the West Papuan independence doesn’t even bear contemplating.

Widespread grassroots support and its popularity among progressive up-and-comers such as Gary Juffa don’t seem to matter. As long as Jakarta holds the key to economic and military tranquillity, Port Moresby’s elites are content to toe the Indonesian line.
The situation in Suva is similar. Fiji First is naturally inclined is toward a more authoritarian approach to governance. And it seems that the military’s dominance of Fiji’s political landscape dovetails nicely with Indonesia’s power dynamic.

Many argue that Fiji’s relationship is largely mercenary. It wouldn’t flourish, they say, if the path to entente weren’t strewn with cash and development assistance. That’s probably true, but we can’t ignore the sincere cordiality between Fiji’s leadership and their Indonesian counterparts. The same seeds have been planted in Port Vila, but they haven’t take root.

Until recently, Indonesia’s ability to derail consensus in the Melanesian Spearhead Group has ensured that West Papuan independence leaders lacked even a toehold on the international stage. In the absence of international recognition and legitimacy, the Indonesian government was able to impose draconian restrictions on activists both domestically and internationally.

Perhaps the most notorious example was their alleged campaign to silence independence leader Benny Wenda, who fled Indonesia after facing what he claims were politically motivated charges designed to silence him. He was granted political asylum in the United Kingdom, but a subsequent red notice—usually reserved for terrorists and international criminals—made travel impossible.

In mid-2012, following an appeal by human rights organisation Fair Trials, Interpol admitted that Indonesia’s red notice against Mr Wenda was ‘predominantly political in nature’, and removed it.
Since then, however, activists have accused Indonesia of abusing anti-terrorism mechanisms to curtail Mr Wenda’s travels. A trip to the United States was cancelled at the last moment because American authorities refused to let him board his flight. It was alleged that an Indonesian complaint was the source of this refusal.
Independence supporters claim that Indonesian truculence has also led to Mr Wenda being barred from addressing the New Zealand parliament. His appearance at the Sydney opera house with human rights lawyer Jennifer Robinson received a standing ovation from the 2500 audience members… and an irate protest from Indonesian officials.

Not all of Indonesia’s efforts are overt. Numerous commentators made note of the fact that Vanuatu’s then-foreign minister Sato Kilman visited Jakarta immediately before his 2015 ouster of Prime Minister Joe Natuman. Mr Natuman, a lifelong supporter of West Papuan independence, was a stalwart backer of membership in the MSG for the United Liberation Movement for West Papua, or ULMWP. He was unseated bare weeks before the Honiara meeting that was to consider the question.

Mr Kilman, along with Indonesian officials, vehemently deny any behind-the-scenes collusion on West Papua.
But even with Vanuatu wavering, something happened at the June2015 Honiara meeting that surprised everyone. Solomon Islands PM Manasseh Sogavare stage-managed a diplomatic coup, a master class in Melanesian mediation.

In June of 2015, I wrote that the “Solomonic decision by the Melanesian Spearhead Group to cut the baby in half and boost the membership status of both the ULMWP and Indonesia is an example of the Melanesian political mind at work. Valuing collective peace over individual justice, group prosperity over individual advancement, and allowing unabashed self-interest to leaven the sincerity of the entire process, our leaders have placed their stamp on what just might be an indelible historical moment.

”Since then, the sub-regional dynamic has undergone a transformation. Mr Kilman’s administration suffered a collapse of unprecedented proportions following corruption charges against more than half of his government. The resulting public furore seems—for the moment at least— to have catalysed a backlash against venality and personal interest.

If the rumours are true, and Indonesia did have a hand in Mr Kilman’s palace coup, the tactic hasn’t worked since. A pair of no confidence motions—not very coincidentally on the eve of yet another MSG leaders’ summit—failed even to reach the debate stage.

Kanaky’s support for West Papuan Independence has never wavered, but given their semi-governmental status, and their staunch socialist platform, Jakarta would be hard pressed to find a lever it could usefully pull.

For his part, Sogavare has survived more than one attempt to topple him. Hi sown party leaders explicitly referenced his leadership on the West Papuan question when they tried to oust him by withdrawing their support.

In a masterful—and probably unlawful—manoeuvre, Mr Sogavare retained his hold on power by getting the othercoalition members to endorse him as their leader. His deft handling of the onslaught has raised him in the estimation of many observers of Melanesian politics. Some claim that his dodging and weaving has placed him in the first rank of Melanesia’s political pantheon.

In Vanuatu as well, once bitten is twice shy. Prime Minister Charlot Salwai raised eyebrows when he not only met with the ULMWP leadership, but accepted the salute of a contingent of freedom fighters in full military regalia. The meeting took place at the same moment as MSG foreign ministers met to consider rule changes that, if enacted, will almost inevitably result in full membership for the ULMWP.
The MSG has traditionally operated on consensus. If these rule changes pass muster, this will no longer be the case. It is a near certainty that Indonesia will do its utmost to avert this.

Mr Sogavare has demonstrated an inspired approach to the situation: If the MSG won’t stand for decolonisation in the Pacific, he asks, what is it good for? This rhetoric has become a chorus, with senior politicians in Vanuatu and Kanaky joining in.

Mr Sogavare is, in short, embarked on his own march to Selma. And he is willing to allow the MSG to suffer the slings and arrows of Indonesian opprobrium. He is, in short, willing to allow the MSG to die for their sins.
Whether we agree or not with the independence campaign, there is no denying the genius of Mr Sogavare’s ploy. His willingness to sacrifice the MSG for the cause takes away the one lever that Indonesia had in Melanesia.

His key role in orchestrating an end run around the Pacific Islands Forum’s wilful silence is another trademark move. When human rights concerns were simply glossed over in the communiqué, he and other orchestrated a chorus of calls for attention to the issue in the UN general assembly.

Manasseh Sogavare and his Pacific allies have found a strategy that is making the advancement of the West Papuan independence movement inexorable. As Ghandi demonstrated in India, as with Dr King’s campaign for civil rights showed again and again, anything less than defeat is a victory.
Without losing a single major battle, Indonesia is—slowly, so slowly—being forced from the board.

Repost: http://dailypost.vu

COMMENTS

BLOGGER
Name

#LetWestPapuaVote,7,5 Hal,23,Aborigin,4,Aceh,16,Adat,7,Afrika,1,Air Terjun,1,Akademisi,3,Aksi,106,Aktivis,53,Aktual,4,Ambon,2,Amerika Serikat,18,Amnesti Internasional,5,Amnesty,1,AMP,82,Amungme,2,Anak Fakfak,5,Anak Kembar,2,Anak Papua,24,Analisa,2,Ancaman,10,Aneh,27,Aneksasi,18,Anglikan,1,Antaranews,7,Antarapapua,1,Antroplogi,1,Aparat,9,APEC,1,AprilMob,1,Arab Saudi,5,Arahmah,2,Aristokrasi,1,Arsip Rahasia AS,2,Arso,1,Arti Mimpi,1,Artikel,6,Artis,6,ASDP,1,ASEAN,2,Asia Pasifik,2,Asia Tenggara,2,Asian Games 2018,1,Asing,1,ASNLF,1,Asrama,3,Astronaut,1,AU,1,Auckland,2,Australia,38,Awards,1,Awepa,1,Ayat Alkitab,1,Ayub Waker,3,Badai,7,Bagan,1,Bagdad,1,Baghdad,1,Bakar Batu,1,Bakar Lilin,2,Balairungpress,1,Bali,3,Balim,1,Bandung,5,Bangsa Papua,108,BangsaMoro,1,Banjir,2,Barack Obama,3,Barcelona,3,BBC,5,BBM,2,Beasiswa,1,Beat Papua,2,Bebas,1,Bekasi,1,Belajar,2,Belanda,6,Bencana,2,Bendera,13,Beni Pakage,1,Benny Giay,3,Benny Wenda,10,Bentrok,3,Bentuk Negara,8,Berita,113,Berita8,1,Beritaekspres,1,Beritaenam,2,BeritAnda,1,Beritsatu,16,Biak,8,Bintang Kejora,15,Bintang Papua,34,Bintuni,1,Biodata,1,Biografi,1,Bisnis,1,Blokade,1,Blokir,3,BMP,4,BNPB,1,Bob Carr,1,Boikot,9,Bola,2,BOM,5,Bomberay,2,Borneo,4,Boston,3,BPS,2,Brasil,3,Brexit,1,Brimob,4,Brussels,1,Brutal,2,Buah Merah,1,Budaya,1,Bukti,1,Buku,4,Buku Papua,6,Bulan,1,Buronan,1,Buruh,3,Burung Cendrawasih,4,CahayaPapua,2,Cak Nun,1,California,1,Cambuk,1,Campaign,4,Capres,1,Catalonia,7,Catatan,164,Cendrawasih,1,Cepos,4,Cerita,4,Chechnya,1,China,3,Cita Citata,10,CitizenJurnalis,1,CNN,11,Computer,3,Contact,1,Cuaca,2,Culture,1,Curahan Hati,4,Curahan Hatiku,4,Daftar,2,Dailipost,1,Dana,1,Dana OTSUS,4,DAP,3,Dayak,1,Deiyai,11,Deklarasi,3,Dekolonisasi,4,Delegasi,2,Demokrasi,14,Demokrasi Kesukuan,2,Densus 88,1,Deplu,2,Depok,1,Deportasi,2,Detiknews,17,Dewan Adat,1,Dewan Gereja,2,Dewan HAM,7,Dewan Komite,1,Dialog,29,Diplomasi,1,Diplomat,8,Diskriminasi,2,Diskusi,2,Disnaker,1,Distrik Kokas,1,DNA,1,DNP,2,Doa,2,Doaku,2,Doberai,13,Dogiyai,2,Dokumenter,1,DOM,1,Dominion,1,Download,1,DP,2,DPD,1,DPR,8,DPRP,7,Dr.Thom Wainggai,2,Dubes,9,Duka,9,Dukungan,12,Edisi,1,Edo Kondologit,1,EdudaNews,1,Ekonomi,13,Eksekusi,24,Ekspor,1,El-Gibbor Ministry.net,5,ELSHAM,1,Emas,1,Emtv,1,entertainment,3,Epen Cupen,1,Eramuslim,1,Eropa,7,ESDM,2,Etnohistori,1,Facebook,20,Fakfak,48,Fakfak Picture,6,Fakta,3,Farhat Abbas,1,Fatwa,1,Featured,1,Federal Papua,12,Federasi,10,Fiji,10,Filep Karma,5,Filipina,2,Film,3,Filsuf,1,Flotilla,8,FNMP,1,Foker LSM,1,Forkorus Yaboisembut,3,FORMAT,1,Foto,4,FPI,3,FPM-TF,2,Freedy Numberi,1,Freeport,55,FRI-West Papua,33,FRI-WP,13,Front Pembela Islam,2,Fungsi Otak,1,Gadis,1,GAM,1,Gambia,1,Garam,1,GARDA BAWA,1,Garuda,3,Gatra,2,Gaza,1,Gempa,4,Gempar,6,Gender,1,Generasi Papua,22,Gereja,17,GIDI,3,GKI,1,Globalvoicesonline,1,Golkar,1,GPI,1,Gresik,1,Gresnews,1,GRPB,1,Gubernur,8,Guyana,1,Habelino,4,Habib Rizieq,3,Hacker,14,Hai Tanahku Papua,1,HAM,77,Hamah Sagrim,1,Hamas,2,Hanter,1,Hari Perempuan Sedunia,5,Harian Terbit,2,Herman Wainggai,8,Herman Wanggai,41,Hip Hop,3,Hipwee,1,HKBP,2,Hoax,1,Honiara,2,HPH,1,HRW,1,Hubert Mabel,1,Hukum,18,Hukuman Mati,7,HUT INDONESIA,12,HUT KNPB,5,HUT PAPUA,43,HUT PI,5,HUT RI,1,Hutan,2,Ibadah,2,Ibu,1,Idiologi,4,Idul Fitri,1,Ikan,1,Ilegal,2,Iman,1,Imigrasi,3,imparsial,1,Imperialis,1,India,2,Indonesia,360,Indonesianreview,5,Indopos,1,Indoprogres,4,Indoprogress,3,Info Papua,9,Inggris,11,Injil,4,Integrasi,1,INTEL,1,intelijen,2,Internasional,75,Internet,2,Interpol,1,Investasi,2,IPMAPA,10,IPWP,1,Irak,6,ISIS,25,Islam,1,Islamabad,1,Israel,10,Istilah,2,Italia,1,Itoday,1,Jacob Rumbiak,4,Jakarta,32,Jalan,2,Jambi,1,Jaringnews,1,Jawa,2,Jawapos,3,Jayapura,48,Jayawijaya,1,JDP,8,Je.Wenda,1,Jefry Wenda,1,Jenewa,6,Jenis Kekuasaan,3,Jenius,1,Jepang,3,Jerat Papua,2,Jerman,4,Jhon Kei,2,Jimmy Demianus Ijie,1,JK,1,Jogja Berduka,1,Jogjakarta,25,Jokowi,94,JPNN,15,Jubi,103,Jubir NRFPB,3,JURNAL3.COM,1,Jurnalis,7,JurNas,1,Kabar24,1,Kae,2,KAI,1,KAIMANA,5,Kajian,1,Kaleb,1,Kalimantan,3,Kamasan,10,Kampanye,3,Kanal Satu,1,Kantor,3,Kapolda,17,Kapolri,1,Kasih Tuhan,1,Kasus,16,kata Bijak,8,Kata Gambar,1,Kataku,17,Katolik,2,Kawan,1,KBR68H,1,Kebebasan,1,Kebersamaan,1,Kebijakan,3,Kebohongan,2,Kecelakaan,6,Kedaulatan,1,Kedubes,4,Keerom,1,Kejahatan,4,Kejenuhan,1,Kekerasan,26,Kematian,1,Kemenkumham,2,Kemerdekaan,4,Kendeng,3,Kepribadian,2,Kereta Api,4,Kerjasama,2,Kerusakan,1,Kesaksian,1,Kesehatan,4,Kewarganegaraan,1,Kingmi,1,KIP,1,Kisah Cinta,2,Kisah Perjuangan,5,Klasis,1,Kleptokrasi,1,KNPB,137,KNPB Konsulat Indonesia,3,KNPI,7,Kodam,1,Koleksi,1,Koloni,1,Kolonialisme,4,Kominfo,3,Komite Independen Papua,1,Komnas HAM,13,Komnas TPNPB,12,Komoro,2,KOMPAS,34,Kompasiana,4,Komunis,1,Konfederal,1,Konfederasi,3,Konflik,5,Kongres,7,Kongres Rakyat Papua III,11,Konservasi,1,Konsolidasi,1,Konspirasi,2,Konsulat,1,KONTRAS,6,Kopi,2,Koran Kejora,1,Korban,56,Korea Utara,3,Korowai,1,Korupsi,1,Koruptor,2,KP-FMK,1,KPP,1,KRI Bung Tomo,1,KRIMINAL,2,Kristen,2,Kronologi,4,KTP,2,KTT,3,Kudeta,1,KUHP,1,Kulonprogo,2,Kumparan,1,Kumpulan Jepretanku,1,Kunjungan,17,Kupang,1,Kurdi,2,Lagu Fakfak,1,Lagu Kebangsaan,3,Lambang,1,Laporan,4,Larangan,5,LBH,15,Leonie Tanggahma,1,Letter,3,Letusan,1,Liberalisme,2,Lifestyle,1,LIPI,4,Liputan6,12,Lirik Lagu,14,LITP,1,LMA,2,LNG,1,Logistik,1,London,5,Longsor,1,LP3BH,8,LPSK,1,LSM,1,Luar Negeri,67,Mahasiswa,81,MAI,4,Majalah Selangkah,3,Makanan,1,Makar,18,Makasar,4,Maklumat,3,Mako Tabuni,1,Malam Kudus,1,Malang,3,Malasya,1,Malaysia,8,Malu,1,Maluku,8,Malware,1,Mama,2,Mamberamo,1,Mambunibuni,1,Manado,8,Manajemen,6,Manajemen Konflik,3,Mandat,1,Manifest,1,Manila,1,Manokwari,55,Mansinam,2,Manusia,1,Markus Haluk,2,Markus Yenu,2,Marshal Island,1,Marthen Goo,2,Mascho-Piro,1,Massa,1,Mata kuliah Ilmu Politik,3,Mataram,1,Materi,1,Mayday,6,Mbaham,1,Media,10,Mediasi,2,Medsos,10,MeePago,1,Megawati,1,Melanesia,8,Melbourne,5,Melindo,4,Memori,1,Mendopma,1,Menkeu,1,Menkominfo,1,Menkopolhukam,3,Menlu,5,Menpora,1,Merauke,15,Merdeka,6,Merdeka.com,4,MetroNews,13,Mifee,1,Militer,17,Militerisme,3,Militeristik,2,Mimika,2,Mimpi,1,Misteri,4,Mobokrasi,1,Monarki,1,MOP,11,Motivasi,14,Motivasi Dan Dasar Cinta,4,MPR,1,MRP,2,MSG,52,Muhamadiyah,2,MUI,1,Mural,1,Musik,7,Musisi,4,Mutiara Hitam,1,My Photos,24,Nabire,11,Naftali Edoway,1,Nama,2,Napalm,1,NAPAS,6,Narkoba,11,Nasional,5,Nasionalis NKRI,3,Nasionalis Papua,15,Natal,9,Natalius Pigai,2,Navi Pillay,1,Negara,6,Negara Gagal,3,Negara Kesatuan,3,Negara Konfederasi,2,Negara Papua,47,Negara Rakyat Nusantara,55,Negara Serikat,1,Nelayan,1,Neolib,1,New York,7,New Zealand,2,news,1,NFRPB,72,Nobel,2,Nomor1,1,Novel,1,Nowela,1,NRN,57,NTT,2,Nusantara,7,Nusantaratimes,1,NYIA,1,OAP,8,Oase,1,Octoviaen Gerald Bidana,1,Oikoumene,3,Okezone,14,Oklokrasi,1,Olah Raga,3,Olah Vokal,1,Oligarki,1,Ombak,1,Onestep-news,1,Operasi,2,Operasi Militer,2,Opini,112,OPPB,1,Orasi,1,Organisasi,14,Ormas,1,Otak,1,OTK,1,Otonomi,1,Otsus,7,Otsus Plus,9,Pabrik,1,Padang,1,Paguyuban,1,Pahlawan,1,Pajak,1,Pakar,2,Pala,1,Palestina,9,Palingkeren.com,1,Palsu,7,Palu,1,Pamer Voice,4,Pancasila,3,Pandanganku,44,PANGDAM,1,Panggilan,1,Panglima,3,Paniai,12,Panitia Natal 10,1,Panji,1,PAP,1,Papua,293,Papua Barat,3,Papua Bersatu,3,Papua Menggugat,5,Papua Merdeka,63,Papua New Guinea,5,Papua Post,16,Papuan,3,Parlemen,2,Parlemen Rakyat Daerah,8,Parlementer,2,Partai Lokal,2,Pasifik,16,Paskah,1,Pastor,2,PASTOR JOHN DJONGA,1,Pastor Neles Tebay,7,Patriot,1,PBB,65,PBHI,1,PDP,1,Pdt. Socratez S. Yoman,18,Pejuang,4,Pekabran Injil,6,Pelajar,1,Pelanggaran,20,Pelantikan,4,Pelopor,1,Pemakaman,2,Pembacokan,1,Pembajakan,2,Pembakaran,10,Pembangunan,5,Pembebasan,2,Pembubaran,1,Pembunuhan,13,Pemekaran,7,Pemerintahan,7,Pemilih,1,Pemilu,2,Pemimpin,14,Pemimpin Terlama Di Dunia,1,Pemuda Papua,1,Penangkapan,81,Penculikan,4,Pencuri,2,Pendatang,2,Pendeta,3,Pendidikan,3,Penduduk,3,Peneliti,2,Penelitian,1,Penembak Jitu,1,Penembakan,53,Pengalamanku,1,Pengamat,5,Pengantar Ilmu Politik,5,Penggusuran,3,Pengungsi,2,Penjajahan,9,Penulis,1,Penyiksaan,3,Pepera,12,Perang,16,perasaanku,1,Perawan,1,Perbatasan,4,Perdamaian,1,Perdasus,1,Perempuan,18,Peringatan,2,Peristiwa,2,Perjanjian,6,Perjuangan,7,Pernikahan,2,Pers,6,Persatuan,1,Perserikatan Negara,1,Persipura,4,Persipuramania,3,Perundingan,4,Pesan Group,3,Pesawat,6,Petisi,23,PGI,1,PH,1,Phaul Heger,18,Photo,2,Photo Gabungan,4,Photo Jepang,1,Photo Kongres,1,Photo Papua,12,PIA,1,Picture,35,Picture Papua,20,Pidato,7,PIF,9,Pikiranku,5,PIlar Demokrasi,1,Pilgub,2,Pilpres,7,Pinang,1,PKI,2,PKMFP,2,PKS,1,Plutokrasi,1,PMKRI,1,PNG,30,PNPB,1,PNWP,9,Pohon Natal,4,Pojoksatu,1,Polandia,1,Polisi,30,Politik,2,Politik Rakyat,3,Politisi,1,Polri,9,Populisme,1,Pornografi,1,Port Moresby,4,Port Numbay,11,Port Vila,7,Portalkbr,3,Pos,1,Posko,3,POSTER,1,Postingan,102,PPR,1,Prabowo,2,Prakata,1,Prancis,3,PRD,16,Prediksi,1,Preman,4,Presiden,12,Presidensil,2,Profil Negara Papua,3,Profile,2,Program Ke Kampung,1,Proklamasi Papua,12,Protektorat,1,PRPPB,16,PS,2,PSSI,1,Puisi,41,Puisi Cinta,21,Puisi Cinta Dan Perasaan,8,Puisi Duka,1,Puisi Kebahagiaan,3,Puisi Kehidupan,5,Puisi Kerinduan,2,Puisi Kritik,1,Puisi perasaan,3,Puisi perasaanku,3,Puisi Perjuangan,8,Puisi Perpisahan,1,Pulang,1,Pulau,2,Pulau Manus,1,Puncak Jaya,5,Puncak Papua,1,Quaker,1,R4,1,Radar Sorong,20,RadarTimika,5,Radio Australia,2,Radio Streaming Papua,1,Radionz,1,Raja Ampat,1,rakyat Papua,4,Ramalan,1,Ranting Patah,2,Rappler,2,Ras Papua,2,Rasis,7,Ratu,1,Referendum,18,Refleksi,4,Reformasi,1,Rekayasa,3,Rekomendasi,1,Renungan,11,Represif,1,Republik Papua,7,REPUBLIKA,6,Resolusi,1,Revolusi,1,Revolusi Budaya,4,Revolusi Papua,1,Rex Rumakiek,1,Riau,3,RMS,9,Rohingnya,1,Roma,1,Roma Agreement,4,RSP,1,RSUD,1,Rupiah,2,Rusia,2,Rutan,1,RUU,3,Sabah,1,Sabun,1,Sagu,1,Sains,3,Saireri,4,Saksi,1,Salatiga,3,Saleh Partaonan Daulay,2,Samoa,2,Sampul Facebook,4,Sandal Jepit,1,Sandera,2,Sarawak,2,Sastra,1,Sawit,1,SBY,1,SDA,1,SDM,1,Sebby Sambon,1,Sejarah,9,Sejarah Indonesia,12,Sejarah Injil Di Papua,2,Sejarah NKRI,7,Sejarah Papua,24,Seks,1,Selpius Bobi,1,Semangat,1,Semangat Papua,2,Semarang,7,Semen,3,Seminar,8,Senator,5,Seni,5,Seni Rupa,1,Senjata,3,Sentani,5,Seruan,35,Serui,9,Seruu.com,1,SETARA,1,Setwapres,2,Sharia,1,SHDRP,1,Shio,1,Siaran Pers,3,Sidang,7,Sifat,1,Sikap,2,Sinar Harapan,2,Sindonews,13,Singapura,1,Sistem Pemerintahan,7,Situbondo,1,Situs,3,Siwalima,1,Skenario,2,SKP-HAM,1,Slanks,1,Smelter,5,SMPP,1,SODELPA,1,Solidaritas,11,Solidaritas Perempuan Papua,5,Solo,1,Solomon,9,SONAMAPPA,1,Sorong,20,Sorotan,1,Sosialisasi,1,Spam,1,Spanyol,4,SPM,3,SPM-PB,2,Sports,4,Sri Lanka,1,Sri Paus,5,SSKM,3,Status Facebook,4,Stigma,1,Stiker,1,Stop Miras,4,Struktur Negara,3,Student,1,Suaka,1,Suara,2,Suara Pembaruan,3,Suara Rakyat,4,Sudan Selatan,1,Sukhoi,1,Sukoharjo,1,Suku,2,SUKU MBAHAM,2,Suku Pedalaman,1,Suku Primitif,1,Sulawesi,2,Sulpap,1,Sultan,2,Suluh Papua,7,Sumpah Pemuda,3,SUP,7,Supiori,1,Surabaya,6,Surakarta,1,Surat,15,Sùrat,1,Suriah,4,Suva,3,Sydney,3,Syria,1,Syukuran,1,Tabrakan,2,Tagor,1,Tahanan,5,TALIBAN,2,Tambang,4,Tambrauw,2,Tami,1,Tanah Papua,2,Tapanews,2,Tapol,10,Teatrikal,1,Teknologi,4,Telkomsel,1,Tembagapura,7,Temp,1,Tempo,15,Tentara,2,Teori,1,Terasing,1,Ternate,1,Teror,3,Teroris,3,Terpidana,2,Tewas,1,Texax,1,Thaha Alhamid,1,The Comens,5,Tidore,1,Tim 7,2,Timika,38,Timnas Papua,1,Timokrasi,1,Timor Leste,4,Tionghoa,1,Tips,7,Tips Kesehatan,11,Tips-Tips Komputer,11,Tips-Tips Motivasi,9,Tirani,1,Tjahjo Kumolo,1,TMP,1,TNI,28,Tokoh,5,Tokoh-Tokoh,27,Toleransi,2,Tolikara,12,TP,1,TPN/OPM,87,Tradisi,1,Tragedi,2,Transmigrasi,5,TribunNews,17,Trikora,9,TRONDHEIM,1,TRWP,9,TTS,1,Tuduhan,1,Tugu,1,Turki,2,Tuvalu,1,TV Papua,1,TVONE,1,Twitter,1,Uang,1,Ucanews,4,UFO,2,Uganda,1,UGM,2,Ulang Tahun,1,ULMWP,67,UNCEN,8,Undangan,3,Unesco,3,UNGA72,14,Uni,1,Uni Eropa,2,UNICEF,1,UNPO,1,UNTEA,1,UP4B,9,USAID,1,Uskup,3,Utikini,2,UU,2,UURWP,1,Valentin’s Day,5,Vanuatu,23,Vatikan,2,Venezuela,1,Veronica Koman,1,Victor Yeimo,9,Vidio,52,Vietnam,1,Virus,3,Visa,1,Visa Papua,1,Vivanews,13,Voanews,7,Wagub,1,Waisai,1,Wall Facebook,13,Wamena,5,Wapres,2,Warta Papua,1,Wartawan,8,Washington,12,Washingtonpost,1,Wasior Berdarah,1,Wawancara,7,WCC,1,Wellington,2,West Papua,33,West Papua Media,1,Western Sahara,1,Willem Wandik,3,Wissel Van Nunubado,4,WNA,1,WNP,1,Wondama,1,wor,1,WORLD,71,WPAN,1,WPNA,8,WPNCL,4,WPNLA,2,WPNYC,1,WPRA,3,WTO,1,WWF,1,Yahudi,1,Yahukimo,1,Yalimo,1,Yaman,2,Yapen,1,Yason Ngelia,3,Yerusalem,2,yogyakarta,67,Yorrys Th. Raweyai,1,Yunani,1,Yusak Pakage,1,
ltr
item
West Papua Blogger: Indonesia is losing Melanesia
Indonesia is losing Melanesia
https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-UDXaSaT5RJU/WIOWnANRnAI/AAAAAAAAPTI/wRLdad0Nb5wDZv2OEKeIy-ooPVxFk1CtQCLcB/s640/Papuan%2Bleader%2Bin%2BVanuatu%2B-%2Bsupport%2BWest%2BPapua.jpg
https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-UDXaSaT5RJU/WIOWnANRnAI/AAAAAAAAPTI/wRLdad0Nb5wDZv2OEKeIy-ooPVxFk1CtQCLcB/s72-c/Papuan%2Bleader%2Bin%2BVanuatu%2B-%2Bsupport%2BWest%2BPapua.jpg
West Papua Blogger
http://phaul-heger.blogspot.com/2017/01/indonesia-is-losing-melanesia.html
http://phaul-heger.blogspot.com/
http://phaul-heger.blogspot.com/
http://phaul-heger.blogspot.com/2017/01/indonesia-is-losing-melanesia.html
true
3552930492203703242
UTF-8
Loaded All Posts Not found any posts VIEW ALL Readmore Reply Cancel reply Delete By Home PAGES POSTS View All RECOMMENDED FOR YOU LABEL ARCHIVE SEARCH ALL POSTS Not found any post match with your request Back Home Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat January February March April May June July August September October November December Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec just now 1 minute ago $$1$$ minutes ago 1 hour ago $$1$$ hours ago Yesterday $$1$$ days ago $$1$$ weeks ago more than 5 weeks ago Followers Follow THIS CONTENT IS PREMIUM Please share to unlock Copy All Code Select All Code All codes were copied to your clipboard Can not copy the codes / texts, please press [CTRL]+[C] (or CMD+C with Mac) to copy