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Neither Wolf, nor Lamb: Embracing Civil Society in the Aceh Conflict

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{mosimage}This publication is an introduction to the complicated story of Aceh. As its name suggests, the Wolf represents the wars or imperialism that Aceh, the so-called Lamb is encountering. No underlying thesis is presented but only some goals to undermine the metaphorical Wolf and Lamb. The first goal aims at holding every actor responsible to human right standards; the second is to provide an extensive bibliography for further research possibilities in the Aceh conflict; the final one focuses on looking to civil society for the creation of a peaceful future. The combination of these three factors thus relates to the story unfolding in the area.