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Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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ISSN : 14115492     EISSN : 25798251     DOI : 10.7454
Core Subject : Social,
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional adalah jurnal ilmiah enam bulanan (biannual) yang diterbitkan oleh Departemen Ilmu Hubungan Internasional, FISIP Universitas Indonesia. Terbit setiap periode Mei-November dan Desember-April, Global berisi artikel yang bersifat teoritis, analitis, maupun hasil penelitian yang berkaitan dengan isu-isu dalam hubungan internasional. Artikel ilmiah yang dimuat oleh Global dihasilkan oleh akademisi dan praktisi Ilmu Hubungan Internasional dari dalam dan luar negeri.
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TOWARDS PERPETUAL PEACE: THE DYNAMICS OF US AND VIETNAM RELATIONS SINCE THE SETTLEMENT OF AGENT ORANGE CASE IN 2000 Utama, Bhakti Putra; Pattipeilhy, Shary Charlotte; Windiani, Reni
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 21, No 2 (2019): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/global.v21i2.394

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 Agent Orange is a toxic chemical liquid used by the United States military during the Vietnam War in 1955-1975. The use of chemical weapons is classified as a form of crime due to violations of international agreements. This research tries to explain how Agent Orange has become a significant factor in the dynamics of relations between the US and Vietnam. The dynamics will be analyzed using the concept by Immanuel Kant. There are 6 articles that must be done to achieve lasting peace, but this article only discusses articles 1, 5, and 6 which are the basis for the establishment of perpetual peace. Article 1 Perpetual Peace requires a peace agreement that is made as detailed as possible, evidenced by the articles in the 1973 Paris Peace Accord which did not prevent war in the short term, but succeeded in forming a long-term peace scheme. Article 5 Perpetual Peace is also implemented without the intervention of US in Vietnam domestic politics, which until now holds communist ideology. Finally, the US corrective action through the cleaning of the Agent Orange is an embodiment of article 6 of Perpetual Peace. Changes in relations carried out through various collaborations have resulted in a process leading to lasting peace, at least for the US and Vietnam. 
CRITICAL ENGAGEMENT ON DIGITAL SOVEREIGNTY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: ACTOR TRANSFORMATION AND GLOBAL HIERARCHY Adonis, Abid A.
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 21, No 2 (2019): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/global.v21i2.412

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The idea of digital sovereignty in the last twenty years increasingly reifies into chiefly policy making debates as the reaction of China?s determined activism on internet governance, Snowden?s case, and increasingly big internet corporations? unchecked endeavors. International actors? growing concerns on security, economy, data protection, and socio-political issues invoke new discourses on digital sovereignty since it bears global political consequences by nature. This stimulates recent intellectual debate in academic literature on how digital sovereignty affects (or be affected by) international politics. This article critically examines the development of digital sovereignty literatures. This article classifies literature taxonomically on four major themes: the conceptual development of digital sovereignty; actors in digital sovereignty; digital sovereignty and global internet governance; and categorical issues on digital sovereignty. This article argues that the development of literature on digital sovereignty is still largely dominated by state-centered and security-politics narrative. This article calls for global digital hierarchy and necessitates actor transformation approach in order to spur future exploration on digital sovereignty. Instead of drawing close-ended conclusion of the ongoing debate of digital sovereignty, this article positions itself as an intermediary text to drive more questions and call for broader potential development of the topic?s research agenda.
STRATEGY TO STRENGTHEN COOPERATION BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES THROUGH THE UNION FOR MEDITERRANEAN (UFM) Elistania, Elistania; Nurmeiga, Farandy; Permadi, Agung
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 21, No 2 (2019): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/global.v21i2.398

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 The European Union is an example of regional cooperations that represents regional identity. In the midst of the process of integration and expansion of membership, the European Union has an interest in building good relations with non-member countries in the immediate region, including the Mediterranean. The process of establishing cooperation between the European Union and the Mediterranean countries continues to change. The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP) in 1995 was the place for regional cooperation with most member countries and had a well-structured pillar of cooperation. However, the two entities re-formed a new cooperative platform, The Union for Mediterranean (UfM) in 2008. This study aims to explain why the European Union and Mediterranean countries changed the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP) into The Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) in 2008. Using the theory building approach in the Alex Warleigh-Lack regionalism concept, the findings in the research resulted in an answer that EMP has negative values that are not in accordance with the development of the issue so that it becomes a reason for the formation of UfM. 
INDONESIA AND UNITED STATES GENERAL SYSTEM OF PREFERENCE (US-GSP): ELIGIBILITY OF INDONESIA AS A BENEFICIARY COUNTRY Ismail, Achmad
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 21, No 2 (2019): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/global.v21i2.401

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After 3 years, precisely in 2018, the United States reviewed Indonesia's eligibility in receiving US-General System of Preference (US-GSP) facilities. Interestingly, the results of the review have not yet been published. This happens for the United States assumes that Indonesia implements various trade and investment barriers that have a negative impact on the United States, one of which is due to the policy of limiting imports of horticultural products, the implementation of Gerbang Pembayaran Nasional (GPN) and so on. Then with the current conditions, how about the eligibility of Indonesia if it want to receive GSP facilities. This article argues that Indonesia continues to fulfil the required points as a beneficiary country. Indonesia can also use these points as a source of bargaining power to influence the United States so that the results of the GSP review state that Indonesia is eligible to receive GSP facilities, as well as refuse previous US assumptions. This article uses qualitative research methods with a case study approach with primary (interview) and secondary (literature) data collection techniques. This article concludes that Indonesia is still eligible to receive the GSP facility because Indonesia is trying to fulfil the required points as a source of Indonesia's bargaining power towards the United States.
INDONESIA’S IMAGE FROM CHINA’S PERSPECTIVE ON SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE (A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON CHINA’S PERCEPTION ON INDONESIA) Kartikasari, Ardina
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 21, No 2 (2019): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/global.v21i2.404

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This paper discusses the image of Indonesia in the eyes of China on the South China Sea (SCS) dispute. China circulated the map of Nine-dotted lines in 1993 and since then China has behaved ambiguously towards Indonesia as the dotted lines encompasses some part of Indonesia?s North Natuna waters. China insists two countries have overlapping interests over some of Indonesia?s Natuna Exclusive Economic Zone which China claims as it traditional fishing ground. China, however recognizes Indonesia?s sovereignty over the Natuna Islands and has been cautious when dealing with Indonesia on the Natuna issue. This behavior continues until the last three incidents occurred in Natuna waters in 2016. Although there are many studies on the South China Sea dispute and China?s policy towards Indonesia, few if any of them discuss specifically on China?s perspective towards Indonesia.  Adopting image theory as an analytical framework, this paper figures Indonesia?s image on the eyes of China, which then shaped China?s perception toward Indonesia on SCS dispute. The main argument in this paper is China captures Indonesia?s image as an ally image. In this image, Indonesia is seen as an actor who can work together, has similar capabilities and cultural dimensions with China.
ESCALATION OF MILITARY CONFLICT BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN IN THE POST LAHORE DECLARATION (1999 – 2019): SECURITY DILEMMA PERSPECTIVE Impiani, Dwi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/global.v21i2.403

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This paper describes the military conflict escalation between India and Pakistan in the period after 1999 Lahore Declaration. After several major wars, military conflicts between the two countries continued to this day. Previous studies on the India-Pakistan conflict only discussed the causes of this conflict and efforts to resolve conflicts. The studies are divided into three major perspectives, namely; security, domestic politics, and political economy, but none has explained how this military conflict is relatively lasting. Using security dilemma as an analytical framework, this paper will explain the variables of the security dilemma that have contributed to the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan. The security dilemma creates a circumstance where offensive action preferable by both states rather than defensive efforts. The main argument of this paper is that India and Pakistan see each other's behavior -such as the development of military defense capability, nuclear weaponry development, and alliance trends- as threats so that they are always remains in the security dilemma situation.
Problems in Accepting Indonesian Candidates for Nurses and Certified Caregivers in Japan: Career Achievement of the Candidates Based on Qualitative Interviews Saito, Ayami
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 16, No 1 (2014): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Under the Japan-Indonesia Economic Partnership Agreement (JIEPA), the Japanese Government allows nurses and caregivers from Indonesia to join a training program in Japan. These nurses and caregivers are obliged to take an examination by the end of the training program, and if they pass the exam, they will get a work permit for a couple of years in Japan. However, there are cases where these nurses and caregivers have passed the examination and received the work permit, yet they opted to go back to Indonesia rather than continued to work in Japan.  This paper seeks to explain how and why such case happened. This paper also tries to see how the former participants of JIEPA applied their previous experience in Japan to their current life in Indonesia. By interviewing the nurses and caregivers that once joined JIEPA program, it was discovered that family matters and inappropriate treatment from fellow colleagues at work are the two main reasons why these participants decided to go back to Indonesia after they passed the examination. As for their current life in Indonesia, many of these participants do not really feel the benefit from their previous experience, mostly because the demand for skilled nurses and caregivers is limited in Indonesia. Also, their Japanese language skill may only be useful if they are willing to work in a Japanese company. 
Pendidikan Multikultural dalam Rangka Memperkuat Kewaspadaan Nasional Menghadapi Ancaman Radikalisme di Indonesia Hikam, Muhammad AS
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 17, No 1 (2015): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Multicultural education is a set of strategies to strengthen national integration aimed at facing possible threat to national security. Multiculturalism reflects Indonesias socio-political realities due to the existing ethnic and cultural background of the nation.  The diversity is both a priceless wealth and, at the same time, a potential threat factor that could endanger Indonesias national security. Therefore, the government needs a breakthrough by implementing and strengthening its national vigilance among Indonesian people through multicultural education. The latter would widen and deepen the peoples understanding of diversities that exist in society as well as enforce a sense of belongingness and solidarity. The implementation of multicultural education must be a join effort of government and the civil society in the forms of formal, informal, and non formal curricula. 
Peran Penting Asia Africa Smart City Summit (AASCS) 2015 terhadap Perkembangan Paradiplomasi Kota Bandung Suharyadi, Irsyaad
Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional Vol 18, No 1 (2016): Global: Jurnal Politik Internasional
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Bandung merupakan salah satu kota yang telah menerapkan  konsep smart city untuk menghadapi berbagai permasalahan kota. Sayangnya, konsep ini masih terkendala pada ketersediaan dana dan teknologi. Oleh karena itu, Ridwan Kamil sebagai kepala pemerintahan kota Bandung melakukan kegiatan paradiplomasi untuk mempromosikan Smart Kota Bandung. Salah satunya, melalui program Mercusuar Asia Afrika Cerdas Kota Summit (AASCS). Kegitan Asia Afrika Cerdas Kota Summit (AASCS) ini dihadiri oleh 26 walikota di seluruh Asia dan Afrika, dan delegasi dari 39 negara dan mengeluarkan kesepakatan Bandung Declaration on Smart Cities. Dalam penelitian ini, penulis akan menilai manfaat dan AASCS peran dalam kegiatan paradiplomasi Bandung menggunakan teori paradiplomasi yang dipopulerkan oleh Ivo Duchacek (1990), dan membandingkannya dengan prestasi kota lain, seperti Amsterdam dan Bogota. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa konferensi internasional seperti AASCS mampu meningkatkan secara signifikan popularitas kota, serta kesempatan untuk mengadakan kerjasama lebih lanjut.
PERANG MALVINAS: SUATU PANDANGAN SETELAH DELAPAN TAHUN Ronodipuro, Dharmawan
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