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Jurnal Keamanan Nasional
ISSN : 24427985     EISSN : 25797727     DOI : https://doi.org/10.31599/jkn.v5i2.437
Core Subject : Social,
Jurnal Keamanan Nasional presenting works or article on national security issues, and the influence of international-strategic environment dynamics. PUSKAMNAS invites you to carved critical and original ideas on national security issues (terrorism, insurgency, police issue, military issues, conflict, social issues, brawl, etc.). The works could be a teoritical, analytical, research publication, history, case study, including recent issues on national, regional or international scope.
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ANALISIS STRUKTUR ORGANISASI MARKAS BESAR KEPOLISIAN NEGARA REPUBLIK INDONESIA: KOMPLEKSITAS, SENTRALISASI DAN FORMALISASI Mukhtas, Haryadi; Sutiyo, Sutiyo
Jurnal Keamanan Nasional Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Mei
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31599/jkn.v5i1.407

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This study evaluates the organizational structure of Indonesian Police by analyzing the complexity, centralization, and formalization of the organization. The design of this study is qualitative descriptive, and data are collected through in-depth interviews, observations, and documentary study. The results of this study present that the restructurization of Indonesian Police through Perkapolri No. 6 tahun 2017 has enlarged the structure of Headquarter and increased complexity, centralization, and formalization of the organization. The structure makes the Police a mechanical organization, which is not suitable for the dynamics of society. The restructurization should make efficient the headquarter and strengthen the local offices, so that the Police become an organic structure more responsive to the changes. Theoretically, structural dimensions are not always sufficient to analyze organizational issues. They should be improved by adding a process dimension of the organization that includes the alignment of all divisions and the compliance to the organization.
HUKUM ANTIDUMPING DI INDONESIA DARI PERSPEKTIF KETAHANAN INDUSTRI DALAM NEGERI Syahyu, Yulianto
Jurnal Keamanan Nasional Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Mei
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31599/jkn.v5i1.420

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The protection of the resilience of the domestic industry today is haunted by the practice of dumping by exporting countries of goods and services. Dumping is a competition practice between countries where the selling price of imported goods is below the normal price of good/services in the country.  The practice of dumping is carried out by the exporting country by determining the price below or lower than the nominal value or the actual unit cost or can also be said to sell at a lower price in the importing country than in the producer country itself This is certainly detrimental to local businessmen and laborers in the country so that regulations from importing recipient countries are needed for the resilience of the domestic industry in order to sustain the national economy. Some exporting countries often practice dumping to increase the economic benefits of the country itself but can harm the importing country. To avoid this dumping practice, Indonesia's anti-dumping laws has an important role in the concept of domestic industry resilience.
SENSITIVITAS JENDER DALAM SECURITY SEKTOR REFORM (SSR) Fauziah, Nurul
Jurnal Keamanan Nasional Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Mei
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31599/jkn.v5i1.425

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Sensitive gender is often discussed in the security issues in various academic literature and official documents. Many literatures are claiming that sensitive gender has succeeded in resolving cases of women violence, especially sexual violence against women in conflict countries. However, not many experts gave different opinions. By using the literature review method through the collection of the latest journals and literature, this study attempt to map the gender sensitivity debate in Security Sector Reform (SSR) to look back on the urgency of gender-sensitive SSR practices in a region.  Based on the results of the analysis, gender sensitivity in the SSR as a transformation of the Internal structure of security sector institutions that fullness women's equality in full, women's participation and representation in security, supervision and management sector institutions are still controversial. However, according to the author, the presence and role of women in gender sensitivity in SSR can also contribute to influencing the design and implementation of peace missions through their role in describing the experiences of women as victims of conflict or war.
INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDIES OF TERRORIST REHABILITATION Ashghor, Aly
Jurnal Keamanan Nasional Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Mei
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31599/jkn.v5i1.429

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The post 9/11 rehabilitation programs have become attention in various countries. The projects for terrorism rehabilitation planning programs are systematically and structured carried out in several countries, such as Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Pakistan, Malaysia, Egypt, Iraq and Uzbekistan. Whilst, this program are conducted through ad hoc institution in some countries, such as in Nigeria, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Denmark, Germany, Britain and Nepal. The terrorism rehabilitation program of the post 9/11 tragedy tended to be focused on terrorist groups that used Islamic symbols. This book consists of a series of case studies of different terrorist rehabilitation initiatives that have been attempted around the world. A rehabilitation programs in countries are critically analyzed to develop a good understanding of the significance of different approaches and strategies of terrorist rehabilitation in helping potential terrorists to integrate back into society. This book provides vital tools to address the challenges which faced by practitioners of terrorist rehabilitation programs.

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