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To facilitate further tourism industry growth, the Indonesian government is hoping to replicate the success of Bali as a tourist destination in a number of other locations spread across Indonesia.
The Indonesian government hopes to develop a ‘world-class’ education system by 2025. However, numerous assessments of the country’s education performance suggest that it has a long way to go before it will achieve that goal.
This review of ADAF-PSD was commissioned by NZAID and undertaken by a consultant. Ten ADAF-PSD projects were analysed for this review, consisting of 4 completed projects in Cambodia and Vietnam, and 6 on-going projects in Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, China, Indonesia and Timor-Leste.
The 2004 Tsunami and the ensuing major earthquake in 2005 propelled the island of Nias very quickly and suddenly into domestic and international attention. In effect, it ended Nias’ isolation as the island was flooded with massive humanitarian response. The two disasters and the flooding...
The long and complicated history between Timor-Leste and Australia over the Timor Sea offers two salient lessons for contemporary maritime order in Asia.
So far, Australia’s economic relationship with Indonesia has failed to reflect the full geostrategic importance of the wider relationship.
This report attempts to address recent evolutions in the fast-paced field of coordinating and harmonising social protection programs, and provides practical guidance for policymakers and practitioners grappling with the issue.
The study draws on a number of computerised databases to chart the ebb and flow of the maritime campaign in the Indonesia-Malaysia Confrontation from 1963 to 1966 through the quantitative analysis of Operations Research.
This review provides a brief overview of Indigenous people's issues faced by the mining industry as it seeks to gain access to land, carry out exploration and, if successful, develop and manage a mining operation.