Who is the first sultan of Aceh
Dipl.-Kulturwirt; PhD student and research assistant in the project "Cultural and Political Transformations in Aceh, Indonesia, after the Tsunami" (see above). [email protected]
Dipl.-Kulturwirt, M.A .; PhD student and research assistant in the project "Cultural and Political Transformations in Aceh, Indonesia, after the Tsunami" (see above). [email protected]
Dipl.-Sozialpäd .; PhD student and research assistant in the DFG-funded project "Cultural and Political Transformations in Aceh, Indonesia, after the Tsunami" at the Department of Ethnology of Colonial and Postcolonial Orders, Institute for Ethnology at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. [email protected]
introductionOn December 26, 2004, a huge seaquake shook the Indian Ocean and brought the Indonesian province of Aceh, located on the island of Sumatra on the north-western edge of the country, into the media focus. The tsunami disaster broke out in the midst of an armed secession conflict and set a dynamic in motion that broke through the political, social and economic paralysis as a result of failed peace negotiations, violence and the war economy and initiated transformation processes that continue to this day. 
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