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    Aceh Case Study

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    it can happen to diaspora communities too?? Aceh Background to the conflict Aceh is located in the northern tip of the island of Sumatra, in Indonesia. Its population is estimated around 4 million and the great majority of the population are Muslims. The province of Aceh has many ethnic groups; of them, the main four are the Acehnese, which represent 90% of the population, Gayonese, Alas and Tamiang (McCulloch 2005). The territorial status of Aceh consists the main incompatability beween the Indonesian

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    Indonesia

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    independence. The rebels in Aceh claim that the region was illegally annexed by Indonesia at the time of independence, and a separatist movement has been active there since 1976. During the regime of Suharto the military was given absolute power, and the continuous military presence in the region was marked by brutality towards the Acehnese and mistreatment of suspected rebels. Therefore many Acehnese feel a deep sense of distrust towards Indonesia. Since 2003 Aceh has been under Indonesian military

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    Mount Meru, the abode of Hindu gods, with the Muslim profession of faith or shahadah inscribed upon it. This stone is but one of several styles of a type of gravestones known as Batu Aceh (Type C, Appendix). Batu Aceh are a highly distinctive genre of early Southeast Asian Islamic gravestones manufactured in Aceh, North Sumatra from the late 13th century to the 19th century and exported to various parts of the Malay-Indonesian Archipelago. They were elaborately carved and expensive, and were a

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    1. Is International law a law or moral code of conduct?Explain your answer with elaborated example! International Law is the moral code of conduct. Law aims to regulate. In this case international law, international relations states. Governed by the rule here is to set the moral state. Then international law can be said here in a state of moral codes of ethics that governs all aspects of international relations. In the state should also have a good code of ethics. Then international law would perform

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    of Regional Representatives includes providing legislative input to House of Representatives on regional issues. The country is divided into 33 provinces and each of them is led by a governor. Two of provinces are entitled special region, they are Aceh and Yogyakarta. And as a capital city, Jakarta is entitled special capital city district. Following the implementation of decentralization beginning on 1 January 2001, regencies and municipalities have become the key administrative units responsible

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    From the ever existing tension between “pribumi” and Chinese Indonesians to separatist movements in Aceh, Maluku and Papua. The tension between “pribumi” and Chinese Indonesians was apparent during the latest presidential election. President Joko Widodo at the time was painted as a peon of the Chinese Indonesian business community, who will only prolong

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    Waste Removal Experiment

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    tons of waste are discharged into tenvironment every day that most of it is dumped in landfills or discharged into rivers and seas without prior treatment. Waste has become a critical problem, especially for densely areas. The amount of waste in Banda Aceh City in 2012 amounted to 160 tons/day [1]. One of waste management can be done by burning process in incineration that produce emitted gases such as SO2, HCl, CO2 and others. Various of processes technology about removal of harmful emissions gas

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    Religion in Indonesia

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    Gender Equality Gender inequality has become a pervading challenge in Indonesian society. However, in contrast to other countries struggling with gender equality, religion has played a critical role. Referencing Qur’anic text that both man and woman are created equal, the constitution of 1945 attempted to preserve this right into public life. Nevertheless, contrary to these efforts, women are found underrepresented in all aspects of society. Opposition to women achieving equal status is openly

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    Natural Devastation

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    Natural Devastation The largest earthquake in 40 years shifted huge geological plates beneath the Indian Ocean on Dec. 26, 2004, causing a immense and abrupt displacement of millions of tons of water. Indonesia villages closest to the epicenter were swamped within minutes, while elsewhere the waves radiated outward, making landfall at speeds topping 500 mph (www.cbsnews.com). The phenomenon we call tsunami is a series of large waves of extremely long wavelength and period usually generated by a violent

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    Social Ties Case Study

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    The Impact of Social Ties on SMEs’ Willingness to Approach the Formal Banking Sector in Aceh, Indonesia 1. Introduction: overview of research Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia are known to have problems in accessing formal banking credit. There are several major problems. First, information asymmetries exist between SMEs and banks (Claessens & Tzioumis 2006). SMEs have more factual information about their business activities than banks do. This includes negative information about their

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