Perang Dingin, Politik Luar Negeri Amerika Serikat vis a vis Sukarno dan Genosida Politik 1965-1966

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THE SHADOW PLAYDAN / CIA REGIME IN INDONESIA : KETERLIBATAN PEMERINTAH AMERIKA SERIKAT DALAM GENOSIDA 65-66

 

Keterlibatan Pemerintah Inggris dalam Penggulingan Sukarno dan Kejahatan Kemanusiaan –Genosida 1965-1966

 

Keterlibatan Pemerintah Australia dalam Kejahatan Kemanusiaan dan Genosida 1965-1966

 

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Kotak Pandora Dokumen Rahasia AS tentang G30S, Penggulingan Soekarno dan Genosida 1965-1966 

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Genosida Politik 1965-1966, Kudeta, Penjarahan Kekayaan Alam dan Penjajahan Baru

 

Pengantar

Perang Dingin, CIA, dan Kejatuhan Sukarno – Asvi Warman Adam

 

The blackening of the PKI by Shann, Gilchrist, and Green was undertaken not only to contribute to the demise of Sukarno and Indonesian communism but also as a means to promote the Indonesian army as a government in waiting. The justification for theiractions was that the Australians, British, and Americans seized a necessary opportunity to help destroy the PKI and Sukarno after 30 September 1965. The greatest weakness of such a justification is that the so-called reorientation of Indonesia back toward the West is of greater strategic and political significance than the criminal massacres that made this political outcome certain. The idea that 800,000 peasants and alleged sympathizers without any knowledge of, let alone connections to, the events of 1 October 1965 could be tortured, killed, imprisoned, and consigned to the dustbin of Cold War history is an untenable ethical and historical proposition. Divorced from the anti-Communist ideological edifies, the historical record shows that, supported by their respective governments, Shann, Gilchrist, and Green had intimate and even complicit connections to one of the most significant mass atrocities of the twentieth century.

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Cold War scripts:Comparing remembrance of the Malayan Emergency and the 1965 violence in Indonesia – Katharine McGregor 

 

 

Tentang Perang Dingin dan Politik Perang Dingin AS

ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR

An International HistorySecond Edition Melvyn P. Leffler and David S. Painter

The Global Cold War ThirdWorld Interventions and the Making of Our Times Odd – Arne Westad


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The empire of liberty: American ideology and foreign interventions

The empire of justice: Soviet ideology and foreign interventions

The revolutionaries: anticolonial politics and transformations

Creating the Third World: the United States confronts revolution

 

THE UNITED STATES &THE BEGINNING OF THE COLD WAR ARMS RACE

The Truman Administration’s Arms Build-Up of 1950-1951

Submitted for the PhD in International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science by Raymond Ojserkis

 

 

A Brief History of U.S.Interventions: 1945 to the Present

William Blum Z magazine , June 1999

 

The origins of theSoutheast Asian Cold War

Karl Hack and Geoff Wade

 

“Southeast Asia in theGlobal Cold War,” solicited chapter in Robert McMahon, ed. The Cold War in theThird World (series editor William Roger Louis, Oxford University Press, 2012)

 

 

Politik Perang Dingin, AS dan Genosida 1965-1966

 

A REASSESSMENT OF THESIGNIFICANCE OF THE 1948 MADIUN UPRISING TO THE COLD WAR IN INDONESIA1 -Katharine McGregor


THE PKI-FDR UPRISING OF 1948 AND US POLICY REGARDING THE DUTCH-INDONESIANDISPUTE – Richard Mason

 

What the United States Did in Indonesia – VINCENT BEVINS

A trove of recentlyreleased documents confirms that Washington’s role in the country’s 1965massacre was part of a bigger Cold War strategy.


In Indonesia, the ‘fake news’ that fueled a Cold War massacre is still potentfive decades later – Vincent Bevins

 

Exposing Indonesia’s ColdWar Communist Purge – ANTHONY KUHN

Curbing Communism: American motivationsfor intervening militarily in Indonesia and Dutch newspaper representations,1953-1957

Kyle C. de Bouter Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication, Erasmus University Rotterdam

 

Political economy of the Indonesian mass killing of 1965-1966 – Syed Mansoob Murshed

 

A Far Greater Prize Than Vietnam U.S. Foreign Policy Towards Indonesia in the Era of Vietnam (1961-1967) University of Amsterdam Graduate School of Humanities Institute for History, Archaeology, and Region Studies Master Dissertation History of International Relations June 2015 – Vincent Goossen

 

U.S. FOREIGN POLICY ININDONESIA FROM 1945-1966 AND ITS ROLE IN INDONESIA MASSACRE 1965-1966 – Rut S Natiti

 

U.S. Covert Action inIndonesia in the 1960s: Assesment the Motives and Consequence – Jaechun Kim

 

“Dimensi Internasional Pembunuhan Massa di Indonesia, 1965-1966,” (The International Dimensions of theMass Killings in Indonesia, 1965-1966) in Bernd Schafer, Ed., Indonesia and theWorld in 1965/1966 (Goethe Institut and Gramedia: Jakarta, 2012).

 

The United States and the 1965–1966 Mass Murders in Indonesia

by Bradley Simpson

saripati dari buku Bradley Simpson Economists With Guns

The Destruction of the Indonesian Communist Party in 1965 and the Road Not Taken – John Rossa

 

penulis buku Dalih Pembunuhan Massal (klik untuk unduh)

terutama cermati bab VI : Suharto, Angkatan Darat dan Amerika Serikat

unduh AKAR DAN DALANG – SUAR SUROSO

 
 
 

****dokumen-dokumen dibawah ini  telah diterbitkan dalam Bahasa Indonesia oleh Hasta Mitra dengan judul Dokumen CIA : Melacak penggulingan Sukarno dan Konspirasi G30S 1965

 

 

CIA STALLING STATE DEPARTMENT HISTORIES

ARCHIVE POSTS ONE OF TWO DISPUTED VOLUMES ON WEB

STATE HISTORIANS CONCLUDE U.S. PASSED NAMES OF COMMUNISTS TO INDONESIAN ARMY, WHICH KILLED AT LEAST 105,000 IN 1965-66

National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 52

Published – July 27, 2001

Edited by Thomas Blanton

https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB52/


Note on U.S. Covert Action Programs

https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB52/docXXXIII.pdf

 

Sukarno’s confrontation With Malaysia: January-November 1964

https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB52/doc1.pdf

 

Sukarno’s confrontation With the United States: December 1964 – September 1965

https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB52/doc189.pdf


Coup and Counter Reaction: October 1965-March 1966

https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB52/doc427.pdf

 

The United States and Suharto: April 1966-December 1968

https://nsarchive2.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB52/doc427.pdf

 

 

Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia di Era Perang Dingin

 

Indonesia, the Cold Warand Non-Alignment: Relations of the Early Indonesian Cabinets with the UnitedStates, 1950-52* Richard Mason

 

 

Indonesia’s ForeignPolitics 1955-1965: Between Decolonisation and Beacon Politics Haryo KuntoWibisono,S.AP,M.AP

 

 

Guided Democracy ForeignPolicy: 1960 – 1965 – Frederick Bunnell

 


Sukarno’sGuided Democracy and the Takeovers of Foreign Companies in Indonesia in the1960s – William A. Redfern

A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (History) in The University of Michigan 2010

 

 

THE ‘NEW EMERGING FORCES’IN INDONESIAN FOREIGN POLICY by J. R. Angel

Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Australian National University, February, 1970 – VOLUME I

 

 

THE ‘NEW EMERGING FORCES’ IN INDONESIANFOREIGN POLICY by J. R. Angel VOLUME II

 

 

The United States, theCold War and Indonesia-People’s Republic of China Relations, 1950–1955 – RICHARDMASON

 

Ambivalent AllianceChinese Policy towards Indonesia, 1960-1965 By Taomo Zhou, August 2013

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Daftar Isi Perpustakaan Genosida 1965-1966

Road to Justice : State Crimes after Oct 1st 1965 (Jakartanicus)

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