PKI

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PKIPublic Key Infrastructure
PKIPrivate Key Infrastructure
PKIPublic Key Information
PKIPerkinelmer, Inc (Wellesley, Massachusetts)
PKIPartai Komunis Indonesia
PKIProtein Kinase Inhibitors
PKIPeter Kiewit Institute (Omaha, Nebraska, USA)
PKIParamount's King's Island
PKIPrivacy Knowledge Inc.
PKIPeacekeeping Institute (US Army; now Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute)
PKIPerformance Key Indicators
PKIPartido Kalikasan Institute (Philippines)
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At around the same time, the Indonesian Communist Party (Partai Komunis Indonesia, PKI) also established a branch in Kotagede.
The Indonesian army and the Partai Komunis Indonesia (PKI; Indonesian Communist Party) were vocal supporters of Confrontation with Malaysia; the army because it promised increased budgets and prestige; the PKI because it fitted well with its anti-colonial rhetoric.
After the end of the Second World War, communication between the Soviet Union and the Partai Komunis Indonesia (PKI, Indonesian Communist Party) was complicated, difficult and for periods of time, non-existent.
During the Sukarno era, political parties, with the exception of the Partai Komunis Indonesia (PKI, Indonesian Communist Party), did not function.
In the 1982 SNI, the analysis of the Guided Democracy-period ends with an exploration of what is said to be the Indonesian Communist Party (Partai Komunis Indonesia, PKI) offensives, including but not limited to the areas of public education, mass communication, and cultural life.
The most prominent of the medium-sized parties were the PSI (Partai Sosialis Indonesia, Indonesian Socialist Party), consisting of intellectuals, administrators and technocrats close to Vice-President Hatta, (13) and the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI, Partai Komunis Indonesia), which was struggling to regain influence after a failed coup against the Indonesian Republic in 1948.
(7) This was especially important to the Dutch after the 'Madiun Affair' of September 1948 where the Republic successfully defeated a coup attempt by the Partai Komunis Indonesia (PKI, Communist Party of Indonesia) and appeared to be tough on communism in the eyes of the United States and its allies.
They were associated with parties such as the 'red' wing of the SI, which then split off to form the Sarekat Rakyat (6) (People's League--SR) and the Partai Komunis Indonesia (Communist Party of Indonesia--PKI).