Nanto Sriyanto, Nanto
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Journal : Jurnal Penelitian Politik

Neotradisionalisme dan Distopianisme: Tinjauan atas Tiga Buku Robert D. Kaplan, The Coming Anarchy: Shattering the Dreams of the Post Cold War (New York: Vintage Books. 2000), The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate (New York: Random House Publishing. 2013), dan Asias Cauldron: the South China Sea and the End of A Stable Pacific (New York: Random House. 2014) Sriyanto, Nanto
Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 13, No 1 (2016): Komunitas ASEAN dan Tantangan Ke Depan
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Kumpulan tulisan Robert D. Kaplan dibukukan dalam buku The Coming Anarchy (2000) yang menggambarkan pemikiran awalnya perihal perkembangan dunia di dekade pertama pasca-Perang Dingin. Memasuki dekade kedua millennium baru, Robert D. Kaplan menerbitkan dua buku yang kurang lebih bertalian secara tematik. Buku pertamanya yang dimaksud adalah The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate (2013) yang secara tematik juga dapat dipertautkan dengan buku yang terbit belakangan mengenai perkembangan Laut Tiongkok Selatan dengan negara-negara pesisirnya, Asias Cauldron: the South China Sea and the End of A Stable Pacific (2014). Kedua buku ini menarik disandingkan dengan buku pertama dalam melihat perkembangan pemikiran Kaplan dengan pendekatannya yang lekat dengan amatan lapangan.
Kritik atas Determinisme dalam Model Transisi Demokrasi Sriyanto, Nanto
Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 2, No 1 (2005): Politik Pemerintahan Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
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Democratization has spilled over to many new transitional countries. Democratization is a model firstly stated by Rustow in 1970s to distinguish it from democracy. The Model assumes that genesis andfunction of democracy is different. The model emphasizes dynamic role of strategic actors or elite topromote democratization through bargaining process. Since then, the model has been modified with some ad hoc argument takenfrom new evidences. Since the model only give emphasize to dynamic role of strategic actors, it has produce deterministic conclusion. The determinism ofthe model is caused by disregard of structural and non-political factor. Ifthe model is deterministic, can the liberal democracy that taken as ideal purpose ofdemocratic transition unbounded from determinism ofthe model? Is there another model of democracy that contains local aspect ofmany transition States?
Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia Terhadap Tiongkok: Memperjuangkan Kepentingan Nasional Di Tengah Ketidakseimbangan Kekuatan Siswanto, Siswanto; Wuryandari, Ganewati; Sriyanto, Nanto; Ramadhan, Mario Surya; Prabaningtyas, Rizka Fiani
Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 14, No 1 (2017): Transformasi Identitas Keindonesiaan
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ABSTRACTThis paper would like to describe Indonesias foreign policy towards China in the Reform period. As we known that Indonesia-China bilateral relations  have been going on since the 1950s. The relations have ups and downs condition in accordance with the dynamics of domestic politics of each country. It is exciting that in Reform period that  bilateral cooperation has been increasing especially in the field of politics and economy. In other hand, there is  obstacle in this bilateral cooperation.  The cooperation based on imbalance power relation (asymmetric power relations) which will affect to the bargaining position of each country in struggling for national interests. China as a nation with greater national power will be easier in fighting for its national interests compared to Indonesia as a country with smaller national power. To solve the obstacle, Indonesias position as a middle power country can be a strategic instrument in facing China. Position as an middle power is based on a number of identifications of its capacity and political behavior in international relations such as ; a diplomatic initiator in realizing stability / security and peace in the region. Finally, in closing remark that this paper is expected to give input to the direction of Indonesian foreign policy towards China so that it has more bargaining position in fighting its national interests against China in the midst of imbalance power (asymmetric power relations)Keywords: Foreign policy, power imbalance, national interest