Bali an Open Fortress , 1995-2005:
Regional Autonomy, Electoral Democracy and Entrenched Identities
Henk Schulte Nordholt
This study of Bali exposes the parts of the island's recent history and upheavals that the tourist seldom sees. Nordholt describes the island's situation as an 'open fortress' because, in order to survive, its people try to both welcome outside influences, whether it be tourism or Islam from the rest of Indonesia, while seeking to protect itself from them to maintain its distinct identity. Very Good Paperback 105 pages.
Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by NUS Press, Singapore, 2007.
Condition: Although the book is fresh from the publisher's stock, it has mild tanning.