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There were some ethnic tensions involved in the forest conflicts in Kalimantan, especially
between the native Dayak population and the ethnic groups, which had migrated to Kalimantan
as forest concessionaires or timber workers (e.g. Madurese or Bugis). Historical cleavages
between the local communities and the timber companies (supported by the state) were more
salient, however. But altogether, only a minority of the persons involved conceived other groups
as inferior or an existential threat (although perceptions of undermining each other’s livelihoods
were widespread).