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Kemunculan Perlombaan Antariksa Bernuansa Ekonomi Alfathimy, Deden Habibi Ali
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 2 No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Departemen Hubungan Internasional, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Universitas Padjadjaran

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Space race is an important part of the Cold War period between the United States and the Soviet Union. Although the race was over, in recent years, there are some indications of the birth of space race with new nuances. New global actors emerge and change the global launch industry arrangement. That is interesting to be studied because the development of space technology is now increasingly affecting the lives of the global community. This paper explains the current space race so that Indonesia gets an idea of ​​new opportunities, both as customers and developers. The method used is qualitative-descriptive. This paper concludes that space race is coming back with more dominant economic nuances through the changing of global political-economy structure in satellite launch industry sector.
Pergeseran Paradigma dalam Disabilitas Santoso, Meilanny Budiarti; Apsari, Nurliana Cipta
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2017)
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Paradigm shift in understanding disabilities need to be delivered in line with the spirit of reformation and democratization lies on strengthening fundamental pillars of human rights. This article is using literature and documentation study. The paradigm in addressing or providing services to people with disabilites have shifted, starting with The Traditional model, which was charity in nature, shifted toward The Individual Model – Medical Model, emphasizing rehabilitation for disabilities population. The second model were felt insufficient to eliminate the obstacles dealt by the disabilities, thus the professionals developed the third paradigm, which is The Social Model, where focus of services are meant to create social change – community change. Currently, services for disabilites population are based on the Inclusion Model, which is inclusive development – inclusive society. The inclusive approach is utilized to present the disabilities population in the lives of the community, thus accomodating more of human rights of the disabilites population.
Tantangan Intelijen dalam Kontra-Terorisme di Indonesia: Suatu Pandangan Mahyudin, Emil
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2016): Inaugural Edition
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The September 11th 2001 attact in the United States has become the world’s turning point, from how terrorism actors operate globally through networks to how states and international relations actors response towards it. This article about the challenges for intellegence in counter-terrorism in Indonesia and the preventive actions needed especially in the use of information technollogy, as the form of detection effort and early warning for the terrors. Through the literature reviews, it is found that in practice the Indonesians intellegence activities are tend to not well organized from one institution to another because of the trust-deficit, overlapping activities and accuration of intellegence, and the lack of concrete actions in eliminating the terrorism threats in cyber sphere. It can be concluded that the comprehensive and integrative efforts are needed in organizing the intelligence in Indonesia. On the other hand, the national strategy on counter-terrorism in cyber area through the comprehensive use of information technology on the cyber terrorism threats.
Indonesia's Migrant Domestic Workers within ASEAN Community Framework: A Societal and Economic Security Approach Dewi, Anggia Utami; Sudagung, Adityo Darmawan
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 2 No 1 (2017)
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This paper aims to analyze the issue of Indonesia's migrant domestic workers within the framework of ASEAN Community beyond 2015. With the government's plan to stop the sending of Indonesia's migrant domestic worker abroad in 2017, one of possible direct effects would be the rise of unemployment rate. On other hand, one of the consequences of the integrated ASEAN Economic Community is the free movement of people, commodities and services between ASEAN member countries. Higher level of people's flow will increase connectivity as well competition. Using a qualitative approach of method, this paper elaborates the discourse of the Indonesia's migrant domestic workers, using the societal and economic security perspective as analytical framework.
Analisis Penilaian dalam Konferensi Media antara Pemerintah Indonesia dan Australia Menuju Normalisasi Hubungan Bilateral Amalia, Rosaria Mita; Hakim, Fauzia Zahira Munirul
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2017)
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This descriptive study aims to identify and analyze the types of appraisal found in the media conference between the Indonesian government and the Australian government in 2013. Appraisal is the evaluation of available types of attitudes delivered within a discourse. There are three types of attitudes in appraisal: affect, judgment, and appreciation. Affect is a means of how individuals express their feelings in discourse. Judgment is divided into personal judgment and moral judgment. Personal judgment includes individual’s admiration or criticism, while moral judgment includes individual’s praise or condemnation. Appreciation concerns individual’s attitudes towards surrounding things. The result shows that there is no negative appraisal proposed by the representatives of both governments. Both representatives agreed to continue and restore the almost damaged bilateral relations after the surveillance scandal conducted by the Australian government to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
Aesthetic and World Politics by Roland Bleiker. Basingtoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Hardcover: 271 pp. Pratisti, Siti Aliyuna; Rachman, Junita Budi
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 2 No 1 (2017)
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Aesthetic approach to politics is not really something considered as a novelty. Immanuel Kant has described the aesthetic relationship with rationality way back in the 17th century, as well as Friedrich Nietzsche and Jaques Rancier as a more contemporary counterpart. In the field of international relations, the study of aesthetics has been raised by a number of reviewers – from James Der Derian, Costas Constantinou, David Campbell, to Anthony Burke – who began to lay aesthetics as a foothold in approaching various phenomena. Roland Bleiker is one of the most consistent among them. In an essay entitled "The Aesthetic Turn in International Political Theory", Bleiker opened the discourse to establish aesthetics as one of the paradigms in international political theory. His essay is published in 2001, contrasts with the majority of international political theories that always try to "catch the world as it is". Bleiker assumes that there is always a distance between representation and what it represents. Through aesthetics, he criticizes approaches that fill this theoretical gap with mimetic ideas. He emphasizes that aesthetic studies do not try to mimic the reality, but it is trying to recognize the various emotions and sensibilities in the formation of a certain representation. The great role of "emotion" in politics is further explained by Bleiker through an essay entitled “Fear No More: Emotions and World Politics”, published seven years after.
Globalisasi Sebagai Katalis Kosmopolitanisme dan Multikulturalisme: Studi Kasus Resistance Cina Terhadap Kosmopolitanisme SD, Hardi Alunaza; Sarifudin, Moh.
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2017)
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This research is attempted to answer and explain on how the similarities and the differences between cosmopolitan and multiculturalism in case of China’s resistance towards the cosmopolitan phenomenon. This is a descriptive research with qualitative approach. The data collection method in this research is through library with secondary data sources by using the concept of Cosmopolitanism and Multiculuralism. Analysis is conducted by referring Globalization as a pattern that creates an increasingly obvious dependence relationship with the loss of state boundaries in the process of economic, political, and cultural integration. Globalization has also given chance to Cosmopolitanism and Multiculturalism that is currently growing rapidly around the world. The results shows and explains that globalization is functioned as catalyst between Cosmopolitanism and Multiculturalism. In China’s case it could be said that the cosmopolitanism is in two ways: the market cosmopolitanism and the international-federation cosmopolitanism.
Rekonstruksi Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia di Tengah Dinamika Lingkungan Strategis Indo-Pasifik Abad ke-21 Montratama, Ian
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2016): Inaugural Edition
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Indo-Pacific region is the most dynamic region in the 21st century with the economic growth that exceeds the rest of the world. Increased prosperity of countries in the region is accompanied by an increase in the defense budget that leads to arms race. The phenomenon is due to the existence of a conflict of interests among countries in the region in various forms. Border dispute is the most sensitive issue that can escalated into armed conflict. Such prominent problem is the border dispute over the territorial waters between some ASEAN countries with China in the South China Sea (SCS). SCS dispute involving China, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, and Taiwan. This article presents an in-depth review of the foreign policy of the Indonesian government should play in the Global Maritime Nexus vision in dealing with the dynamics of the strategic environment in the Indo-Pacific region in the 21st century.
Kebijakan Luar Negeri Jepang terhadap Pemberlakuan Zona Identifikasi Pertahanan Udara Tiongkok Tamisari, Faustina; Heryadi, Dudy
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 2 No 1 (2017)
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The Senkaku Islands dispute has become one the most controversial territorial sovereignty dispute in Asia. Japan and China had been disputing the Islands since 1970. The conflict has escalated to higher level on 2013 when China established the Air Defense Identification Zone. Both China and Japan will respond to any measures exercised by each other to defend each legitimacy on Senkaku Islands. This research aims to scrutinize and analyse the response given by Japan in ecnountering China's Air Defense Identification Zone and what policy implemented by Japan.
Keamanan Manusia dalam Perspektif Studi Keamanan Kritis Terkait Perang Intra-Negara Hidayat, Rizal Adhitya
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 1 No 2 (2017)
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This article tries to propose the human security issue that explained by critical security studies approach as an ontological and epistemological critique to state security as the object referent. The critique comes from the wider development of the Copenhagen School promoted by Buzan, Weaver and de Wilde (1998) through the security sector analysis and securitization concepts. Both of those are responded by the critical security studies approach from Aberystwyth/Wales School and the Toronto School which is proposing the three questions of ontological claims through the true and real security concept. This three ontological claims are: what is real (of security)?, what is knowledge (of security)?, what (security) is to be done?. By the deepening relevance to intra-state conflict, the claim of security concepts find the momentum that the threat of security of intra-state conflict/war can arise in all aspects of human life and then following the true and real security threat to the security of human life as a whole.