While traveling through the beautiful landscapes of the Balkans, you will encounter an amazing country that will, once you visit it, make you come back over and over again. This country is Croatia, one of the most precious gems of Europe, located in the crossing of Middle and Southeast Europe; a perfect location for making it one of the most diverse countries that has a lot to offer to its visitors. The beauty of Croatia is admired in the different sights and attractions that it contains, from mountains in the North across the central part where the cities like Zagreb lie, to the South where the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea and long, sand shores are awaiting your arrival. Croatia is a country that has something for everyone, whether you are a fan of historical heritage, natural beauties, of parties that never stop or you just want to find some piece and quiet on your vacation. Whatever your thing is, Croatia is the place to be.
Right above the python there was the bird with its wings out-stretched. For its great archeological civilization, Benin was regarded as important as the capital cities of the most prominent countries in Europe. All of this wealth of Benin is dependable on the trade with the Europeans. Because of their ships that travel overseas, the Europeans were able to provide goods from all over the world. This was regarded as completely valuable by the
Baruch Spinoza once said: “Peace is not the absence of war, it is a virtue, a state of mind, a disposition of benevolence, confidence, justice.”  While on the one hand this phrase might suggest that peace may be different for every person, the last two words, namely ‘confidence’ and ‘justice’ pose a greater interest right now. They may suggest the need for ‘justice’ (although the word is itself as hard to define as peace, we mean both justiciary and socio-economical), a working system of law, a lack of violence and guaranteed future. There is a clear link between the rule of law (ROL), peace and justice: peace can not be established in the areas without established ROL, because in such cases, certain groups may seek for justice through the violence, not to mention the infeasibility of implementation of human rights or economic growth without the ROL.  The ROL also serves as the prerequisite of the establishment of a democratic system and (indirectly, though democratic system) peaceful emancipation, acquirement of new rights and a fight for socio-economical
The development of land transportation in Java is growing rapidly along with the opening of new plantations, especially in the districts. For example, the districts in central Java became one of the areas of the establishment of private plantations in the Dutch East Indies. One of the districts in central java whose area is widely used as the place of the establishment of private plantations is Cianjur regency. In Central Java itself at the end of the 19th century has been built adequate and adequate land transportation routes. The construction of land routes is done gradually, continuing the path that previously existed.
Consistent warfare and cannibalism between tribes is quite uncontrollable and it serves as part of their everyday life. But in year 1970 Fiji became independent after a century as a British colony, when Democratic rule was postponed by the two military coups in 1987 that caused a government perceived as recognized by Indian community. In 1997 a new constitution was made and it is more equitable. That resulted a free and peaceful election in 1999 by an Indo- Fijian. Fiji comprises of approximately 330 islands, about one - third are inhabited.
The economy of the region is highly dependent on its natural resource base for production and development activities. The presence of the international seaport in the region makes the place a convenient and strategic link to industrial and trading centers in Mindanao,
Batam Island is one of the largest islands in Riau Island Province and there are 329 islands around the territory of the Batam city. Batam is one of the popular tropical holiday destinations in South East Asia among tourists and famous as the oil rich province. The area of Batam Island is 415 sq. Km. Due to the demand of space and progress of investments, the Batam Industrial area was expanded with the inclusion of two other islands, namely Rempang and Galang.
Malaysia was a muslim majority state but for national interest Indonesia had taken up “crash Malaysia” policy. But the enmity ended to face the Chinese domination .It has been very clear that Indonesia’s external relations are guided by secular motives. Recently as member of ASEAN Indonesia is playing its regional role thus transcending the religious beliefs. Moreover international terrorism and continuous attack in Indonesia made the Indonesian leaders much more pragmatic and secular in foreign policy choices. Indonesia started its foreign relations with a bit anti western approach but from the Suharto era it started drifting from the anti Western path.
I. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Indonesia is one of the country in Southeast Asia that is crossed by the equator and located between Asia and Australia, also between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea and also has been called as archipelago or a chain of islands because it consists of a number of islands between 13,000 and more than 17,000. It is bordered by Malaysia (on Borneo), Papua New Guinea (on the island of New Guinea), Timor-Leste (East Timor) on the island of Timor (Mccoll, 2005). As an archipelago country, Indonesia has lots of natural wealth with various cultures, customs, and religions which can certainly be utilized in the field of tourism as a commodity sector that is very good for the economy and as a second country 's foreign exchange earner after the oil and the natural gases. Since 1978 in the Suharto administration, the government has continued to develop the tourism in increasing foreign exchange earnings, expanding employment, and introducing culture.