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Unfinished journey (20)

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Unfinished journey (20)

(Part of the twentieth, Depok, West Java, Indonesia, August 30, 2014, 5:50 pm)

Beginning in March 1998, I was a reporter with the D & R Magazine Chief editor Bambang Bujono , Mr. Margiono and a few other editors summoned to Headquarters Indonesian National Police (INP) in respect of the loading of the image of President Suharto in connection with the loading
    Soeharto photo on the cover of D & R magazine March 1998 issue No.
    29 / XXIX.
I never called the police for questioning was surprised too. In my mind "well we'll be in jail like fate Tempo reporter Ahmad Taufik who had been imprisoned,

Bambang Bujono

However, we are called only lasted one day, because the next day we were not called-calling again, as President Suharto fell from his position as Minister of Information General Hartono trigger was replaced by Lieutenant General Yunus.
Proclamation calling Margiono to kepolisan arrived in the village to Mr. Margiono biological mother reportedly fainted,
At that time, Chief Editor daily Bambang Bujono held, but due to blacklisted ex maturity government then Dahlan Iskan as Jawa Pos group ceo designate Margiono written in Mashead.

When I was a reporter on duty so my preferred one post is a post in the department of Foreign Affairs. Foreign Minister Mochtar Kusumaatadja is my favorite. At the time Mr. Mochtar Kusumaatmadja occupy his post just after the war in Vietnam, but the war still raging in Cambodia. So one of the issues of diplomacy Mochtar  is joined peace talks in Cambodia and Vietnam.
Mochtar Kusumaatmadja is one minister who was paying attention to the reporters. Usually when no reporters were at the airport to pick Mochtar sepulannya of duty abroad is a regular press conference held at the Press Room Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Mochtar Kusumaatmadja

Pliers very prolific journalist asking questions at every press conference I remember was Mr Muhammad Yusuf from English  Language Daily ‘’Indonesia Times’’and Sinar Harapan newspaper journalist Arnie Bertha Simamora and the problems China is usually dominated by Kompas reporter James Luhulima

Every home from abroad Mochtar  always bring a gift for the journalist who served in the State Department cigarettes '' 555 ''. These cigarettes in those days quite a luxury because the seller is not sold in most cigarettes in Indonesia. Although I do not smoke, I also grab a pack for a keepsake.

Saturday, March 7, 1998
                         Chief Editor of "D & R" Inspected March 9
    Jakarta, Kompas
    Mrs. Siti Hardianti Rukmana- dipangggil Sister Tutut familiar - and
    Bambang Trihatmodjo expressed, all of the issues that arise as a result of
    the cover of the magazine edition of D & R, left entirely to the mechanism
    applicable law. "All the existing problems we submit to
    mechanisms applicable law in this country, "said Sister Tutut Friday
    (6/3) yesterday.
    Chief Editor of the magazine Margiono D & R will be called Investigation on 9
    March next at Police Headquarters (Police) in connection with the loading
    Soeharto photo on the cover of D & R magazine March 1998 issue No.
    29 / XXIX. PWI summons sent through Jakarta Branch, which
    then submitted to the concerned on Friday (6/3).
    Board of the Indonesian Journalists Association (PWI) finally dropped the Center
    two-year suspension against Margiono. Membership Margiono as
    PWI members were not burned, but as the Chief Editor must be replaced.
    Certainty that the release of the suspension of the Chairman Margiono
    PWI Center Sofyan Lubis on the sidelines of the Commission Meeting in the MPR / DPR
    Jakarta, Friday (6/3).
    "Letters have been sent to the suspension is concerned. With
    Thus he (Margiono Red) must relinquish his title
    Chief Editor of the magazine D & R, "said Lopez.
    According to Lopez, the decision is an implementation of the recommendations PWI Center
    Honor Council issued (DK) PWI. Previously, DK PWI has
    make a recommendation to the Centre to impose a suspension PWI to
    D & R's editor. To the case of D & R magazine edition 29 / XXIX / 7
    March 1998 that, although it has dropped suspension and approve
    is concerned brought to justice, Sofyan Lubis remain hopeful
    D & R so that this license was not revoked.
    On the same day, Margiono also received a warning letter first
    PWI Jakarta due to the negligence of recruiting representatives, Bambang
    Boedjono, which is not a member of PWI, the deputy Chief Editor of the magazine.
    Officially, Jakarta PWI Margiono'm asking other people as
    Bambang order to speed up the replacement process as a recommendation letter
    editor in chief.
    Honor Council PWI (PWI DK) in its meeting on Thursday (5/3) dropped
    Margiono punitive sanctions to form a suspension of
    PWI membership. He is considered to be in violation of the provisions of Article 6 of the Code
    Journalism and does not showed warrior soul as set
    in Article 6 KEJ PWI. Article that establishes "Indonesian Journalists
    respect and uphold personal life with no
    broadcast news, writing or picture that harm the good name or
    moral feeling person, unless public interest "
    DK PWI Magazine assess D & R edition No. 29 / XXIX / March 7, 1998 by skin
    face / cover is an image of President Suharto (section chief) in the next
    above and below the bridge card complete with royal clothes
    as commonly worn in the picture king (king) on the card
    the original, as the unethical actions.
    PWI DK himself reluctantly forced to take strong action
    The most severe sanction that can be imposed for violations
    code of ethics, after consideration of various things.
    DK PWI appealed to the ranks of the national press still cling
    to the provisions of the code of ethics of journalism because only by means
    so the people appreciate and give full trust and
    respect the integrity of the profession of journalism.
    Vice Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission suggests Marzuki Darusman, it is somewhat
    encouraging in the case of the D & R magazine is that the Minister of Information
    R Hartono fulfill its commitment not to take steps that
    revoke this license the magazine, and provides the opportunity for
    PWI Honor Council to complete.
    "In a statement PWI Honor Council, of which we read, there
    declare that they could file a defense, if
    it was brought to trial. Ideally, of course Honorary Board PWI
    decision suggests that after the relevant conduct
    defense of himself in the process in PWI Honor Council itself.
    That which we are still not clear, "he said. (* / Oki)

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Mochtar Kusumaatmadja
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Mochtar Kusumaatmadja

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia to the 12th
In office
March 29, 1978 - March 21, 1988
President Soeharto
Preceded by Adam Malik
Succeeded by Ali Alatas
Minister of Justice and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia to the 15th
In office
March 28, 1973 - March 29, 1978
President Soeharto
Preceded by Oemar Seno Adji
Succeeded by Mudjono
personal information
Born 17 April 1929 (age 85)
Dutch flag Batavia, Dutch East Indies
Indonesian nationality
Husband / wife Siti Hadidjah
Children Armida Alisjahbana
Diplomat professions
Islamic religion
Mochtar Kusumaatmadja (born in Batavia, 17 April 1929, age 85 years) is an Indonesian academics and diplomats. He served as Minister of Justice from 1974 to 1978 and Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1978 to 1988.
In addition, he was a professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Padjadjaran in Bandung. Definition of the law, which reads "The law is the overall principles and Siwak Siwak-governing community life, including the institutions and processes to realize the law into reality", is considered the most relevant in interpreting the law at this time. This doctrine became Mahzab adopted in the Faculty of Law, University of Padjadjaran until today.
The man who began his career at the age of 29 years of diplomacy is well known expert in the negotiations to break the ice in a very serious and often stressful. He's quick thinking and catapult jokes to break the ice. Diplomat chess enthusiasts and ability to think quickly, but this straightforward, it is like a joke.

Indonesian Deputy UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, Geneva and New York, this play a lot in Archipelago concept, especially in setting the limits of the territorial sea, land boundary, and the continental shelf of Indonesia. S1 Alumni Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (1955), this play a lot in international negotiations, particularly with neighboring countries regarding land boundaries and limits of the territorial sea.

Years 1958-1961, he was mewakil Indonesia on Law of the Sea Conference, Geneva, Colombo, and Tokyo. Some of his writings have also inspired the birth of the Continental Shelf Act Indonesia, 1970 He was an expert in the field of international law. In addition to obtaining a degree S1 from FHUI, he continued his studies at Yale Law School (Yale University) USA (1955). Later, he earned a doctoral program (S3) the field of international law at the University of Padjadjaran (graduated 1962).

From the students, especially after becoming a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Padjadjaran University Bandung, Former Dean of the Faculty of Law, Padjadjaran University have shown the sharpness and speed of thinking. At that time, he boldly often criticized the government, such as the Political Manifesto Sukarno. As a result, he had been fired from his position as professor of Padjadjaran. The dismissal of President Sukarno was made ​​by telegram of Japan (1962).

But Bung Karno displeasure dismissal and it does not make him lose his identity. The opportunity was used to study in Harvard Law School (Harvard University), and the University of Chicago, Trade of Development Research Fellowship in 1964-1966. In fact, later in his career soared after the change of regime from Sukarno to Soeharto government administration. (Suharto government disallow sharing this regime as the Old Order and New Order).
In the New Order government, before becoming Secretary of State Development Cabinet III and IV, 29 March 1978-19 March 1983 and 19 March 1983-21 March 1988, replacing 'The hare' Adam Malik, Mochtar first Cabinet as Minister of Justice Development II, 28 March 1973-29 March 1978, but it seems he's more show than kepiawian in office Secretary Minister of Justice.
In the midst of his work as Foreign Minister, he often includes a penchant for playing chess, especially in the celebration of the great days in the departments they lead. Even at the end of 1985, he was elected Chairman of the Indonesian Chess Association (PERCASI).
Education [edit | edit source]
S1 Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Jakarta (1955)
S2 Yale Law School, United States (1958)
S3 Faculty of Law, University of Padjadjaran, Bandung (1962)
S3 University of Chicago, USA (1966)
Career [edit | edit source]
Representative of Indonesia on the Law of the Sea Conference, Geneva, Colombo, Tokyo (1958-1961)
Indonesian Deputy UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, Geneva and New York
Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Padjadjaran (Padjadjaran University), Bandung
Justice Minister Cabinet Development II (1973-1978)
Secretary of State Cabinet Development III and IV (1978-1983 and 1983-1988)

Vietnam war

Vietnam war
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Vietnam war
Part of the Cold War
The atmosphere of the Vietnam War
The atmosphere of the Vietnam War.
Dated 1957 - April 30, 1975
Location of Southeast Asia
Results of the Communist victory
Communist government in power throughout Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
The union territory of Vietnam.
Parties involved
Flag of South Vietnam.svg Republic of Vietnam
  United States
  South Korea
  New Zealand
  Philippines Flag of North Vietnam.svg Democratic Republic of Vietnam
FNL flag.svg National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam
  People's Republic of China
  North Korea
~ 1.83 million (1968) ~ 781,000 (1968)
Flag of South Vietnam.svg RV
died: 220357-313000
wounded: 1,170,000
  United States
died: 58 209
wounded: 153 303
  South Korea
died: 5000
wounded: 11,000
killed: 520
Flag of North Vietnam.svg FNL flag.svg RDV / FNKV
killed: 600,000
wounded: 600,000
  People's Republic of China
killed: 1,100
wounded: 4,200
Civil (the Vietnamese): 1,000,000
The Vietnam War, also called the Second Indochina War, was a war that occurred between 1957 and 1975 in Vietnam. This war is part of the War Dinginantara two major ideological camps, the Communist and Liberal.
Two warring camps is the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam). United States, South Korea, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines allied with South Vietnam, while the USSR and China support North Vietnam is a communist country.

Vietnam War

The death toll is estimated at 280,000 and 1,000,000 in the South side North side.
This war resulted in a mass exodus of Vietnamese to other countries, primarily the United States, Australia and other Western countries, so that these countries can be found sizable Vietnamese community.
After the end of this war, both the Vietnamese were united in 1976.
One of the most famous victims of the Vietnam War is Kim Phuc
Background [edit | edit source]
Vietnam was colonized by the Chinese since the year 110 BC to achieve independence in 938. Once free of the shackles of colonial China, Vietnam does not stop attacks against foreigners.
In the 19th century, Vietnam became the French colony. French controlled Vietnam after doing some colonial war in Indochina from the 1840s. French power expansion caused the desire to compete with the rise of Great Britain and the need to get crops such as spice to move the industry in France to rival the industrial mastery of Great Britain.
During French rule, layers of people burned Vietnamese spirit of nationalism and want independence from France. Some of the rebellion undertaken by many nationalist groups, but their efforts failed. In 1919, during the Versailles Treaty negotiated, Ho Chi Minh asked to work together to make the negotiations so that Vietnam can be independent. His request was denied and Vietnam and throughout Indochina continues to be a French colony.
Viet Minh group finally got popular support and succeeded in driving the French from Vietnam. During World War II, Vietnam occupied by the Japanese. French Vichy government collaborated with the Japanese soldiers who escorted the troops to Indochina as a de facto power in the region. Vichy French government still running the government as usual until 1944 when the Vichy French after the fall of France and the allied forces conquer generals Charles de Gaulle appointed as the leader of France.
After the Vichy French government collapsed, the Japanese government to promote the rise of nationalist movements among the people of Vietnam. At the end of World War II, Vietnam was granted independence by the Japanese. Ho Chi Minh returned to Vietnam to free his country not to be colonized by a foreign power. He received assistance OSS group (which would turn out to be the CIA later).
At the end of World War II, Viet Minh movement under the leadership of Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam freed from the hands of the invaders, but the success was only for a short period only. The Japanese capture of the French government and give Vietnam a form of "independence" as part of the design of the Japanese to "liberate" Asia from colonial western earth. Many buildings left to the nationalist groups.

Cambodia-Vietnam War
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Cambodia-Vietnam War
Part of the Third Indochina War
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Vietnamese troops entered the city of Phnom Penh × 1979.
Dated May 1975-December 1989
location Cambodia
Winnings Vietnam
Vietnam occupied Cambodia
Various factions constantly at odds × Cambodia.
Parties involved
flag of Vietnam
Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Flag of Democratic Kampuchea.svg
Democratic Kampuchea, FUNCINPEC
Flag of Vietnam Văn Dũng Tien Flag of Democratic Kampuchea.svg Pol Pot
Vietnamese army 150.000+
20,000 KNUFNS 70.000+
10,000? 30,000?
Cambodian-Vietnamese War (Vietnamese: Công Phan Chien Dich Bien Gioi Tay-Nam Việt Nam) is the conflict between the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Cambodia. This war began with the invasion and occupation of Cambodia and Vietnam to the decline of the Khmer Rouge from power.
This conflict also noted how the Sino-Soviet split had damaged the communist movement. Favor of the Vietnamese Communist Party of the Soviet Union, while the Communist Party of Cambodia remain loyal to the People's Republic of China.

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