Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

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  • Corporate Behaviors in Indonesia

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    The eyes of the world will be on Indonesia as we approach the presidential elections in July and last week, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono addressed the Forests Asia Summit in Jakarta in what will be one of his last speeches on this vital topic. Under his leadership, Indonesia has seen a sea change in its commitment to environmental issues and sustainability. The moratorium, announced in May 2011, on further deforestation — despite being less extensive than some would like — was a significant

  • Environmental Issue Essay

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    Environmental problems are something which belongs to nature or known as “Mother Earth” [13]. Nature was created to help people survive from gathering foods until build a house. This phenomenon happens continuously without thinking how much damage that nature has because human’s fault. Nature gradually becomes worse and animal’s life in danger. People who are aware of the importance of nature react. Those people do several ways to save the environment. Although these efforts can return back the environment

  • Sulistiyanto: Discussing Bilateral Relationship Between Australia and Indonesia

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    Sulistiyanto’s article is much talking about Indonesia and Australia relations in the era of democracy. He starts with a brief history of Indonesia events in the era of authoritarian politics – Sukarno and Soeharto governments. It traces on how the role of governments have impacted in the creating of Indonesia domestic policy and foreign policy, especially toward Australia. Sulistiyanto examines the changing in Indonesia domestic policy and the contribution of the non-state actors in the maintenance

  • Australia International Relations Essay

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    This essay will critically analyse Australia’s international relations with close neighbour Indonesia in terms of how positive their relationship is. Although Australia and Indonesia’s relationship cooperates on many issues including security, economics, education and population development, their diplomatic relationship has recently plunged due to political clashes between the two governments. Howard notes the strengths of the Indonesia-Australian affiliation in how the leaders of each nation in

  • The Pros And Cons Of ASEAN

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    Prime Minister of Datuk Seri Najib Razak sent the ASEAN time zone proposal to visit Myanmar President U Thein Sein during their talks. President of Indonesia, Jokowi has agreed that ASEAN common time zone initiative be given the appropriate consideration which the first proposal for Southeast ASEAN Nations (ASEAN). He said that common time is symbolic of the association in ASEAN and must be accelerate among ASEAN members countries. After attending four-eyed meeting and delegation meeting with Malaysian’s

  • Environmental Issues : The Impacts Of Deforestation In Indonesia

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    I. Introduction “Forests are the world’s air conditioning system, the lungs of the planet, and we are on the verge of switching it off” stated by Prince Charles as cited in (Presidential Lecture, 2008). One of the most common problem that always debated nowadays is about environmental issue that caused by most of human activities. There are many kinds of environmental issues in Indonesia and one of them is deforestation. Deforestation is a long term destruction of forest in order to open new spaces

  • The Effects Of Peat Land On The Environment, Politics, And Law And International Issues

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    1. Introduction Nowadays, forest is the most renewable natural resources in the world. One of them is peat land. According to Wetlands International (2014, p. 1) shows the theory that “Peat land is wetlands with a thick organic soil layer (peat) made up from dead and decaying plant materials”. In Indonesia, it can be found in many places around the world. The peat land area spread through the Indonesian islands such as Riau, Sumatra and Kalimantan or Borneo. Hence, people should start to give their

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gusdur Government

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    Society examines the social, political, cultural and historical aspects of ideologies, the nature, and especially the role in the reproduction of, or resistance against, dominance. In Gusdur government, he formed a cabinet which was called the National Unity Cabinet. He gave freedom to the people to step up and provided the opportunity for minorities in Indonesia. However, because of this, people began to experience confusion and indecision. Yet the government never gave a clear statement on the

  • Examples Of Funny Memories With Anton

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    Funny memories with Anton (True Story) By Richard Nata My best friend named Antonius, we used to call him by the name of Anton. Anton, I'll always remember funny stories with you. No day without laughing while studying together Anton. We both had some physical similarity, namely Chinese, handsome, thin, short, bespectacled and love to make people laugh. We fell together because there was an oil spill on the road so that the motorcycle was driven Anton fell on the road. When falling, we feel like

  • The Privatization Of Fossil Fuel Reform

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    For many years, the Government of Indonesia has attempted to scrap fossil fuel subsidies in Indonesia. However, to this point, these attempts have failed at the implementation stage. This essay will examine challenges of fossil fuel subsidy reform first by outlining the trials of fossil fuel reform efforts in Indonesia, including political and economic factors underpinning problems. It will then discuss the key challenges implementation of these policies entails. Many developing countries, including