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    Indonesia

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    After Indonesia declared independence in 1945 the country’s leader, Sukarno, faced the extremely difficult task of creating a unified state out of Indonesia’s numerous ethnic groups. Also ever since its independence Indonesia’s rulers had to suppress uprisings of muslim groups because it threatened the country’s secular ideology. The attempts by Indonesia’s leaders to maintain unity and the ways in which the military suppressed separatist movements fueled many of the economic, social, and political

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    Due to the isolation of Australia geographically, surrounding countries and their economies are extremely important to Australia for instances such as trade, influence and partnerships. Indonesia is one of Australia’s closest neighbours and hence there would be some obvious similarities as well as differences due to the economic status of the country’s stage of development and the role of the Government. Firstly the Australian economy is deemed one of the largest democratic economies as well as

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    Colonialism In Indonesia

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    Indonesia is a group of approximately 17, 000 islands between the Indian subcontinent and Australia, and has a population of over 240 million people who freely united by the Dutch colony. The economy is rich in terms of natural resources such as oil, and also valuable metals like gold. The economy has come a long way, and has been developing at a fast rate. The history of colonialism in Indonesia has been connected with the development of capitalism. A three hundred and five years of Dutch rule over

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    Indonesia: A Profile

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    as well as their trade links have been closely tangled with those of powerful, developed countries in which it governed the international economic institutions. This paper outlined the key elements of the post-World War II development model of Indonesia. At the same time, there will be identification of the major changes as well as to the key theoretical influences. Illustrating on a broad variety of this study, it researches about the developments in the world economy. With the elements to

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    History of Indonesia

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    risen in eastern Java. Gajah Mada, the empire's chief minister from 1331 to 1364, succeeded in gaining allegiance from most of what is now modern Indonesia and much of the Malay archipelago as well. Legacies from Gajah Mada's time include a codification of law and an epic poem. Reasons for the fall of these empires remain obscure. Islam arrived in Indonesia sometime during the 12th century and, through assimilation, supplanted Hinduism by the end of the 16th century in Java and Sumatra. Bali, however

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    Indonesia

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    Indonesia This essay will be on the History in Brief of Indoneisa, the Government of Indoneisia, the island of Java, and the Geography of Indoneisa. In early days, the region from India to Japan, including Indonesia, was known to the Europeans as the Indies. Chris Colombus was looking for a westward sea roots from Europe to the Indies when he arrived in America. During 1600's dutch political control began to spread Indonesia. Indonesia declared it's independencein 1945 and fought the Dutch until

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    Principles Of Indonesia

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    The unity of Indonesia Democracy Social justice The Indonesian government officially recognises six religions – Islam, Protestantism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism. Islam is the dominant religion in Indonesia. In fact, Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world, with approximately 203 million Muslims. That’s 88.2% of the entire national population! Historically, Indonesia’s residents were mostly Buddhists and Hindus. Islam first appeared in Indonesia around the 3rd

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    Revolution In Indonesia

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    The majority of the population that resides in Indonesia believes that the revolution was beneficial because, the country had gained independence after the Dutch Empire and the Japanese had ruled over them, education rates grew rapidly, and Indonesia began to modernize their armed forces. The first reason that the revolution was beneficial to the country is because it helped them gain independence from the Dutch Empire of Netherlands and the Japanese after 4 centuries under an authoritarianism government

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    Trading in Indonesia

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    the seas to trade antiques and spices, and the Chinese walked across countries to trade the silk. In Indonesia, trading had been long practiced, especially in the last great Hindu empire of the Malay archipelago, Majapahit, before the spread of Islam. Thus, Indonesia opened the gate for newcomers to transit and sell their goods. The people from China had transited, and even settled down in Indonesia since before 1500s. Local foods had assimilated with Chinese style, and so does the arts, Indonesian

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    Democracy in Indonesia

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    Democracy in Indonesia It seems to me that, if it is admitted that some day we may be forced to have some form of democracy in Siam, we must prepare ourselves gradually. We must learn and educate ourselves. We must learn and experiment so as to have a better idea of how a parliamentary government would work in Siam. We must try to educate people to be politically conscious, to realize their interests so they will not be misled by agitators of mere dreamers of Utopia. If we have a parliament

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