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    Indonesia Post-Suharto

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    process in 1998 post of the fall of its authoritarian leader, Suharto. This reform has in some level progressed toward transformation its economic, political and social landscape of the country. However one of this reform biggest challenge today is still in its attempt to eradicating the endemic (systemic) corruption that has positioned Indonesia still as one of the most corrupt country in the region. (ref. T.I ranking) . Demise of Suharto was seen as a promising milestone to get rid of the systemic

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    IMPLIMENT SO MAY OF CONTRIBUTED TO THE ECONOMIC CLIMATE - Government & Business The post- New Order regimes have had to try and manage the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis (AFC), while simultaneously dealing with the repercussions of the Suharto regime. An area that this greatly impacted was the Indonesian business sector, which was struggling between the flight of the capital during the AFC, the IMF regulations and changes, and its corrupt business culture. Ultimately the new governments

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    Asian Crisis Of 1998

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    the U.S. dollar (pbs.org, 1998). Banks and major companies have collapsed overnight. Unemployment has growth dramatically and food prices have skyrocketed. Chaos occurred across the country. Standing at the center of the current crisis is President Suharto. In late October 1997, the Suharto’s government completed an agreement with the IMF (International Monetary Fund). The IMF has approved the agreement and gave $10 billion for financial support. Indonesia’s government also had taken loan from the Asian

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    Economy Inc.

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    When the worker that makes a product only makes 4% of what it sells for there is too much capital in capitalism.(Pilger 18) In “The New Rulers of The World” by John Pilger, the first chapter”The Model Pupil,” discusses the economy, political state, and social conditions of Indonesia, all of which are bad or worse. In the title of the chapter Pilger references World Bank's 1997 description of Indonesia, as a “model pupil of globalization.” However within four years the Indonesian economy declined

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    Indonesia: A Profile

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    The countries that belong to the developing regions of the world have been confronted with a number of distinctive challenges within such a globalized economy, while their respective financial 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

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    being killed were communists. Others could not understand the reason behind the United States’ condemnation of the Nazi’s but disregard for the killings in Indonesia. The UN also had mixed opinions. Originally the UN did not want to comment. Once Suharto returned Indonesia to the UN, Albania was the only member of the UN to protest. The USSR thought that the event was very tragic, so much so that they also called this very off-kilter racism and militarism. China believed that the killings embodied

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    Indonesia

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    supporters of Indonesian unity and those seeking 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

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    State Mass Killings in Indonesia 1965 to 1966 In order to develop a general framework with which to understand collective political violence, I examine state mass killings in Indonesia 1965-66. While acknowledging the importance of historical/cultural factors, I identify elements within the sociopolitical sphere that influence actors of collective political violence at national, local, and event- specific levels. Elements discussed are elite interests, justification for violence, formal organizations

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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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    The Indonesian killing began the night of September 30, 1965, general council lead an unsuccessful coup against President Sukarno in Jakarta. This lead President Sukarno to consider them as communist and demand that they be punish for their act of crime. Many reporters from around the world arrive in Indonesia to report on the mass killing for the world to know. However, the world turns their back to these people for the reason of “Communism”. Communism began back in World War II (1939-1945), from

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