Indonesia country studies

Indonesia country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
The Spread of Indian Civilization
The Coming of Islam
European Intrusions
The United East India Company
The Dutch on Java, 1619-1755
Voc Bankruptcy and the British Occupation
The Netherlands Indies Empire
The Java War and Cultivation System
Dutch Expansion in Sumatra
Colonial Economy and Society, 1870-1940
The Growth of National Consciousness
The Japanese Occupation, 1942-45
The National Revolution, 1945-50
Independence, 1950-65
Guided Democracy
Sukarno and the Pki
Sukarno's Foreign Policy
The Coup
Suharto
Suharto - the State and Economic Development
The Pancasila
Irian Jaya and East Timor
Foreign Policy Under Suharto
Society and Geography
Geography
Climate
Environment
National Territory
Population
Urbanization
Migration
Social Classes
Religion
Islam
Christianity
Hinduism
Buddhism
The Emerging National Culture
Language
Food, Clothing, and Popular Culture
Tradition and Multiethnicity
Javanese
Sundanese
Balinese
Peoples of Sumatra
Ethnic Minorities
Toraja
Dayak
Weyewa
Tanimbarese
Asmat
Chinese
Education
Health
Health - Government Support
Traditional and Modern Health Practices
Aids
The Economy
The Economy - Role of Government
Employment and Income
Agriculture
Land Use and Ownership
Food Crops
Estate Crops
Livestock
Fishing
Forestry
Industry
Minerals
Oil
Natural Gas
Coal
Tin
Nickel
Copper
Gold
Bauxite
Government and Politics
The Political Debate
The Constitution
The Structure of Government
Political Culture
Pancasila
Political Parties
Golkar
United Development Party (Ppp)
Indonesian Democratic Party (Pdi)
Elections
Political Dynamics
Islam
Abri
Nongovernment Organizations (Ngos)
The Media
Foreign Policy
Asean
Indonesia, Asean, and the Third Indochina War
Papua New Guinea
Singapore and Malaysia
Australia
The Philippines
China
Japan
United States
Bibliography

http://www.southtravels.com/
https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/MasterChef_Indonesia


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