Indonesia in 2010 saw reformers face off against entrenched interests in a series of high-profile battles as President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono began his second term in office. While there appeared little to threaten the formal institutions of democracy, corruption continued to be an endemic problem. The economy posted impressive gains, and Indonesia's reputation abroad appeared solid.

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