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Hegemoni Amerika Pasca 11/9: Menuju Sebuah Imperium Amerika Baru? Yuliantoro, Nur Rachmat
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 9, No 1 (2005): Demokrasi: Problema dan Manfaatnya
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Post-9/11 American foreign policy has been viewed by many as, if anything, reactualising American grand strategy to form a new American Empire. This is arguably the greatest ideal long imagined by some groups of flea-conservatives that dominating Bushs foreign policy. These groups believe that the United States, supported by its military and economic supremacy, is the uncontested leader of todays world. Their belief has of course been contested by those scholars who argue that building an empire would only weaken – some even say destroy – U.S. dominant position in international relatiohs. This essay tries to describe in brief both groups arguments, while also stressing that the first choice of imperial hegemony is the worst not only for the U.S., but also for the international community.
Pemilihan Presiden Tahun 2016 dan Politik Luar Negeri Amerika Serikat Yuliantoro, Nur Rachmat; Prabandari, Atin; Agussalim, Dafri
Jurnal Hubungan Internasional Vol 5, No 2 (2016): October 2016 - March 2017
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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This study is trying to project some trends of U.S. foreign policy based on the results of presidential election in 2016. The United States had recently held presidential election on November 8, 2016. The victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump shocked the world that he defeated Democratic Hillary Clinton, who had excelled in some polls before the election. Various controversies raised by Trump did not prevent him from becoming the president-elect, as the global community soon became concerned with the possibility of the unstable international politics. After describing Clinton and Trump’s stand on foreign policy during their campaign, the study will present the results of the presidential election. Trump’s foreign policy is expected to show “the great American power,” but at the same time his favor of protectionism could threaten international economic cooperations involving the United States. The U.S. could see its image of “world police” reduced, but this would not automatically make the world safer. Under the leadership of Trump, American foreign policy will face many problems and challenges that are not easy to solve. Tulisan ini mencoba untuk memproyeksikan beberapa kecenderungan kebijakan luar negeri Amerika Serikat berdasarkan hasil pemilihan presiden tahun 2016. Amerika Serikat baru saja menyelenggarakan pemilihan presiden pada tanggal 8 November 2016. Kemenangan kandidat Partai Republik, Donald Trump, mengejutkan dunia. Ia mengalahkan kanditat partai Demokrat Hillary Clinton, yang unggul dalam beberapa jajak pendapat sebelum pemilu. Berbagai kontroversi yang disampaikan oleh Trump tidak mencegahnya memenangkan pemilihan, membuat masyarakat dunia segera menjadi khawatir dengan kemungkinan politik internasional yang kacau. Setelah menggambarkan posisi Clinton dan Trump pada isu luar negeri selama kampanye mereka, studi ini akan menyajikan hasil pemilihan presiden tahun 2016. Kebijakan luar negeri Trump diharapkan menunjukkan “kekuatan besar Amerika,” tetapi pada saat yang sama kecenderungan proteksionismenya bisa mengancam kerja sama ekonomi internasional yang melibatkan Amerika Serikat. AS akan melihat bahwa citra “polisi dunia”-nya bisa berkurang, tapi ini tidak akan otomatis membuat dunia lebih aman. Di bawah kepemimpinan Trump, kebijakan luar negeri Amerika akan menghadapi banyak masalah dan tantangan yang tidak mudah untuk dipecahkan.
Hegemoni Amerika Pasca 11/9: Menuju Sebuah Imperium Amerika Baru? Yuliantoro, Nur Rachmat
Jurnal Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Vol 9, No 1 (2005): JULI (Demokrasi: Problema dan Manfaatnya)
Publisher : Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Post-9/11 American foreign policy has been viewed by many as, if anything, reactualising American grand strategy to form a new American Empire. This is arguably the greatest ideal long imagined by some groups of flea-conservatives that dominating Bushs foreign policy. These groups believe that the United States, supported by its military and economic supremacy, is the uncontested leader of todays world. Their belief has of course been contested by those scholars who argue that building an empire would only weaken – some even say destroy – U.S. dominant position in international relatiohs. This essay tries to describe in brief both groups arguments, while also stressing that the first choice of imperial hegemony is the worst not only for the U.S., but also for the international community.
PERLINDUNGAN HAK ASASI MANUSIA PENGUNGSI LINTAS BATAS DI RUMAH DETENSI IMIGRASI (RUDENIM) INDONESIA (Studi kasus: Rudenim Surabaya) Apriadi, Apriadi; Yuliantoro, Nur Rachmat
TRANSBORDERS: International Relations Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2018): TransBorders: International Relations Journal
Publisher : Hubungan Internasional, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Pasundan

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Penelitian ini berupaya untuk melihat dinamika dalam proses penanganan deteni (pengungsi dan pencari suaka) terhadap perlindungan hak asasi manusia deteni di Rumah Detensi Imigrasi, dalam penulisan paper ini studi kasus yang diambil adalah Rumah Detensi Imigrasi (Rudenim) Surabaya. Penulis melihat penanganan deteni dari aspek perlindungan hak asasi manusia deteni di rudenim dengan menggunakan 7 (tujuh) indikator, yaitu; pemenuhan hak hidup (untuk mendapatkan makanan), pemenuhan hak mendapatkan sandang (pakaian), pemenuhan hak menjalankan ibadah, pemenuhan hak mengakses layanan kesehatan, pemenuhan hak mendapatkan pendidikan, pemenuhan hak akan aktivitas dan rekreasi serta pemenuhan hak bagi deteni berkebutuhan khsuus. Sementara itu, penulis juga melihat faktor pendukung dan penghambat dari sisi internal dan eksternal dalam pemenuhan hak asasi manusia deteni di rudenim. Namun walaupun Rudenim Surabaya memiliki beberapa faktor penghambat dalam pemenuhan hak asasi manusia deteni di rudenim, Rudenim Surabaya dapat memberikan perlindungan hak asasi manusia deteni di rudenim dengan cukup baik.
Between Revisionist and Status Quo: The Case of China’s Leadership in the AIIB Yuliantoro, Nur Rachmat; Dinarto, Dedi
Jurnal Hubungan Internasional Vol 7, No 2 (2018): October 2018-March 2019
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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This article seeks to understand China’s foreign policy today by assessing its leadership in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), using the scholarly term of ‘contested multilateralism’ coined by Julia Morse and Robert Keohane. We argue that since the beginning of the 21st century, China has managed to improve its image as a new global power through the transformation of its foreign policy. In expanding its political sphere, China is using not only peripheral diplomacy but also cross-regional diplomacy strategies through the existing bilateral and multilateral mechanisms. Within this context, we look at a specific case of the creation of the AIIB as evidence of China’s greater participation in the global political economy realm. The AIIB can be seen as how China practices multilateralism in its foreign policy as it is trying to meet domestic, regional, as well as global development and economic challenges. This article argues that the creation of AIIB is not only the implication of China’s fiscal and trade policy, nor merely to solve the regional infrastructure gap in Asia, but also to challenge the U.S. (and Japan) influence through the Asian Development Bank (ADB), in which China possesses minor political power to accommodate its political economic interests.