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    performing a service project? In order to be a hero you don’t need to be 18 or older, you can be any age and still make a change. Additionally, not all heroes succeed, what truly matters is what they were doing and why they were doing it. As Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono once stated in The Making of a Hero is that, “Heroes are selfless people who perform extraordinary acts. The mark of heroes is no... ... middle of paper ... ... on she needs to brave enough to go through something like this. Would you

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    Public Awareness of Animal Rights Animal rights encompass a large range of scenarios such as medical testing, use in entertainment such as zoos or circuses, and abusive or negligent owners. This essay will present a thesis that public awareness can affect animal rights in a very real and meaningful way. History of Animal Rights Before discussion of public awareness and sensitivity vis-à-vis animal rights, it is prudent to provide a concise history of the topic in America. In 1866, the American Society

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    In choosing a vice presidential candidate, leading presidential hopeful Joko “Jokowi” Widodo should feel no obligation to choose a running mate from within his Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P), from other coalition partners, or from among other senior politicians. Jokowi is being offered only one choice at the moment — accept a running mate imposed upon him by a coalition party partner. But the failure of all political parties (including Jokowi’s own PDI-P) to gain extra seats in

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    According to Eric Louw (2010), twentieth century politics has been intruded by public relations, spin-doctoring and hype (media-ization). He (Louw, 2010) defines spin doctors as demagogues who work to steer journalists toward the direction they wanted mass media and public to see. This essay will look at two spins as examples of successful and unsuccessful spin. The successful spin will be of Joko Widodo’s blusukan campaign during Jakarta Gubernatorial Election 2012 and the unsuccessful spin will

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    Former president of Indonesia, Soeharto, took state funds around $15 billion to $35 billion for his family needs (“Corruption Continue to Plague in Indonesia”). In addition, one of the politicians in Indonesia accused former president of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang

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    on Indonesia and Australia relations (pp.119-121). These four perspectives intend to show how the bilateral relationships between Indonesia and Australia are created. He then concludes with the deepening of the new era of democracy under Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono government and its impact on Indonesia’s foreign policy toward Australia. Sulistiyanto points out the importance of democracy in the region have been emphasised by the President SBY’s speech in 2009. SBY (2009) stated that “he want...

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    Indonesia is located in Asia continent. It is 741,100 square miles. Its longitude and latitude are 6.1750° S, 106.8283° E. Indonesia is located between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It bridges Asia and Australia. According to About.Com/Geography, “Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago. It has 13,677 islands.” Many of these islands are located on two continental shelves where volcanic activity is very rapid. Two of Indonesia largest islands are Sumatra and Java. Java, for example, has 50 active

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    Empirics *does post-conflict transformation happen only to the homeland or 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

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    derately nationalist platforms control over half of the popular vote. On the other hand, Islamic parties saw a sharp decline in public support from approximately 40percent in 2004 to less than one quarter this year. Re-election of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is another stabilizing factor in the Indonesian political outlook. Being the president since 2004, Yodhoyono manifested his tremendous determination to eliminate public corruption by enforcing a countrywide anti-corruption program. Yodhoyono

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    Geography: The Republic of Indonesia

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    Indonesia Indonesia is beautiful country with amazing simplicities, but what really makes it up? In this essay you will learn anything from Indonesia’s government to etiquette, history to clothing attire, land to traditions, and everything in between. In the early 17th century, the Dutch began to colonize the country of Indonesia. After Japan’s surrender, Indonesia declared its independence on August 7, 1945, and on December 27,1949 it was recognized as independent by the Netherlands. After decades

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