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Bali's Tourism Interests: Local Responses To Suharto's Globalization Policies

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During the Suharto regime many decisions were made unilaterally, and often profits from various endeavours outside of Java were redirected back to the capital. This article discusses how some Balinese political cartoonists reacted to the inequality and exploitation they felt characterized tourism related developments on their heavily visited island. Some of their work, which was done just as the New Order was coming to a close, is displayed and analysed here.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Political Science California State University, Chico


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