Ternos has accepted the new order. The seven worlds are united!” He pauses, probably giving the speech to an adoring crowd in Harken which will applaud ...
Author: Paul Baluk
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Kos, wishing to atone for the sins of the past, plans to put his great power in the hands of the people. He and unlikely ally Liss Carec sweep across the worlds spreading the truth of the old order and the promise of a new one. Treia, unsure if her brother is alive or dead after being taken by a monk, struggles to make sense of her rapidly changing world. Yathis Behren, mourning the loss of his best friend, bemoans the rut his life has become—but plans to find a way out. Shipbuilding magnate Reega Tarn, forced to make undesirable alliances and profound sacrifices, fights to keep her company alive. Meanwhile her assistant, Samit, worries for her family as they may not live to see the dawn of the new order...
If they proved themselves useful in the new order of things, they would be allowed citizenship. This meant free movement within the borders of the ...
Author: Chris Weitz
Publisher: Hachette UK
They thought they were the only ones left. They were wrong. After the unexpected revelation at the end of the first book, Donna and Jefferson are separated. Jefferson returns to NYC and tries to bring a cure to the Sickness back to the Washington Square tribe, while Donna finds herself in England, facing an unimaginable new world. Can the two reunite and prevent an even greater disaster than the Sickness? This second book in The Young World trilogy will keep you at the edge of your seat.
2 During the New Order era , the number of DPR members was 500 , with a quota of 75 seats reserved for appointed military representatives .
Author: Sukardi Rinakit
Publisher: NIAS Press
"Because the military is an integral part of Indonesia's power structure, it is of interest to anyone studying Indonesian affairs. This volume is the first study to address the role of the military in post-Soeharto Indonesia. The author is a former ghostwriter at the Indonesian Ministries of Home Affairs and Defence. He is privy to the internal dynamics of the military and has personally interviewed such untouchable figures as former President Soeharto. As such, this is an up-to-date, well-informed study providing a useful contribution to the literature, particularly with regard to the younger generation of the military."--BOOK JACKET.
3 Studies on development of manufacturing industry in Indonesia and its strategies adopted during the New Order regime from the 1970s up to 1997, ...
Author: Tulus Tahi Hamonangan Tambunan
This title was first published in 2000: As in many other LDCs, in Indonesia small-scale industries (SSIs) are important, particularly with respect to the creation of employment opportunities. SSIs are expected to absorb many millions of workers who have been displaced by current economic crisis. This work seeks to explain the pattern of development of SSIs in Indonesia within a broader theoretical framework. It also deals with a number of SSI development-related aspects that in Indonesia so far have never or rarely been studied, such as the formation of strategic alliance, cluster development, and application of theories of flexible specialization to the LDCs. The book also tries to examine empirically the effects of the current economic crisis and to assess theoretically the likely impact of the full implementation of the agreed IMF reform package on SSI development in the country. Main problems faced by small producers and the government policy environment are highlighted through several detailed examples.
Author: Fatimah Husein
Publisher: PT Mizan Publika
The relationship between Muslims and Christians in Indonesia is an important subject. Apart from a few investigations on certain conflicts in different areas of Indonesia, little effort has been devoted to thoroughly examining the complexity of the relationship. This study is an attempt to investigate the perspectives of the exclusivist and inclusivist Muslims on Muslim-Christian relations in Indonesia, especially during the New Order period (1965-1998).
By highlighting the history and development of the four major press empires to emerge in the New Order this chapter attempts to sketch the changing nature ...
Author: David T. Hill
Publisher: Equinox Publishing
The Press in New Order Indonesia is the most comprehensive book available in English on the print media during the Suharto presidency. Based on detailed and investigative research, it provides a succinct introduction to the political and economic forces shaping this dominant sector of the Indonesian media at a pivotal time in its development. The study documents the history of the press prior to the rise of President Suharto, surveys the changing New Order policies to the media, and analyses the various modes of control exercised through powerful government agencies and industry bodies. Throughout this critical historical period of political tension and economic transition, The Press in New Order Indonesia traces the development of huge media conglomerates which began to rival military muscle in shaping the media landscape of Indonesia. This study explains how the student press spilled off the campuses to play a unique political role. By contrast, a distinctly Islamic press achieved only very modest success. Focusing on Indonesian-language national daily newspapers, it also discusses news weeklies, periodicals and magazines, as well as publications in regional languages, English and Chinese. Brought back to life in Equinox Publishing's Classic Indonesia series, The Press in New Order Indonesia is required reading for students of Indonesian languages and cultures, Asian studies, Southeast Asian studies, media studies, journalism, and contemporary politics. David T. Hill is Professor of Southeast Asian Studies and Fellow of the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia.
But the “New Order” was hardly the last word from Tokyo. In August 1940 a new formulation, “The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere” (Dai TÖa kyÖeiken), ...
Author: Parks Coble
Publisher: Univ of California Press
He shows how the war left an important imprint on the structure and culture of Chinese business enterprise by encouraging those traits that had allowed it to survive in uncertain and dangerous times."--BOOK JACKET.
This institutional dimension of the new order has two related but analytically separable aspects: 1) those elements which are explicit in the NIEO agenda or ...
Author: Ervin Laszlo
Political and Institutional Issues of the New International Economic Order covers various issues concerning New International Economic Order (NIEO), specifically those of political and institutional in nature. The book is comprised of seven chapters, which are divided into two parts. The first part covers topics relating to political issues in the negotiation of the NIEO, while the second part concerns itself with NIEO institutional and administrative issues. The text will of great interest to readers who are concerned with political and institutional aspects of the NIEO.
As any revolutionary fighter will tell you, using psychopathic destroyers is useful when you want to bring down the old order. But once the new order is ...
Author: Michael Littlefair
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
The work is a summary of what the 'alternative media' is describing as the 'New World Order.' It describes the different levels of control of this society and who runs them. As Marcus Aurelius once stated in 'Meditations': The lower orders serve the higher and the higher orders look after one another.' However, it is not a 'New World Order' at all; It is actually a collapsing 'Old Word Order.'
How the Textile Industry Transformed New England Paul E. Rivard. FOREWORD For nearly two centuries , the order of things in New England revolved around ...
Author: Paul E. Rivard
A lavishly-illustrated social history of the manufacture that did most to transform the character of New England and of America.
At this stage the members of New Order were on £200 a week. We still had to mither Rob any time we wanted to do so much as pay a gas bill, and he still made ...
Author: Peter Hook
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
‘This book will delight both New Order-ites and general rock readers’ Mojo A ROLLICKING, NO-HOLDS-BARRED ACCOUNT OF NEW ORDER'S ENTIRE HISTORY. Two acclaimed albums and an upcoming US tour – Joy Division had the world at their feet. Then, on the eve of that tour, the band’s troubled lead singer, Ian Curtis, killed himself. The next time they got together, they were a new band. That band was New Order – their label was Factory Records, their club The Haçienda. Their distinctive sound paved the way for the dance music explosion that followed, earning them the reputation as one of the most influential bands of their generation, and changing the course of popular music. Following on from his bestselling titles The Haçienda and Unknown Pleasures, Peter Hook has written a rollicking, no-holds-barred account of the band's entire history. Substance is packed with never-before-seen detail, discographies and technical information. This is possibly the most entertaining memoir ever written by a British musician. ‘There are stories here that make Ozzy Osbourne looks like Mother Teresa’ Sunday Express ‘A rollicking read’ Record Collector ‘Rock writing rarely tells us properly what a band treading water or in slow decline feels like from the inside. Hook does so memorably’ Guardian ‘As mammoth and downright idiotic as the band deserves … something hilariously daft happens on nearly all of Substance’s 750 pages’ Classic Pop
"Few ethnographies can match Solo in the New Order, inspired as it is by Siegel's crafted obsession with the limits of categories of thought--both Western and Javanese.
Author: James T. Siegel
Publisher: Princeton University Press
In this brilliant ethnography of contemporary Java, James Siegel analyzes how language operates to organize and to order an Indonesian people. Despite the imposition of Suharto's New Order, the inhabitants of the city of Solo continue to adhere to their own complex ideas of deference and hierarchy through translation between high and low Javanese speech styles. Siegel uncovers moments when translation fails and compulsive mimicry ensues. His examination of communication and its failures also exposes the ways a culture reconstitutes itself. It leads to insights into the "accidents" that precede the formulations of culture as such.
The tour hit only a fraction of the cities with sizeable numbers of New Order fans, but the venues actually chosen were too big to be filled by the local ...
Author: Claude Flowers
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Formed from the erosion of Joy Division after the suicide of Ian Curtis, New Order were early pioneers of the synthesizer in dance music, coupled with deep bass lines. This book details the start of Factory Records and New Order's connections with Manchester's Hacienda Club, of which they were part owners. Also examined is the demise of Factory, the band's signing to Phonogram and the solo careers of Peter Hook, Barney Sumner, Julian Gilbert and Steve Morris.
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Author: Christopher Brook
Asia-Pacific in the New World Order critically explores the notion that a distinctive regional power bloc is developing linking countries bordering the Pacific, with East Asia at its core. This student-friendly volume sheds light on the complex interplay between global, regional and national forces which have transformed the Asia-Pacific area into one of the most vibrant and economically successful regions in the world. Historical narratives alongside geopolitical and geoeconomic perspectives are deployed to examine the shifting pattern of power relations and security structures across the region, set within a wider world context. Key issues addressed include: * what are the primary security problems of the region and how are they being resolved? * does the dynamic growth of the region, and particularly the rise of China, pose a challenge to existing structures of world order? The text has a strong interdisciplinary flavour drawing on analytical approaches from the international relations, political economy and political geography literature. Authors have been drawn from the Asia-Pacific region and the UK and all are established scholars in their specialist fields.