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Review of International Relations (Jurnal Kajian Ilmu Hubungan Internasional)
ISSN : 26855879     EISSN : 2685421X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Social,
Journal Review of International Relations (RIR) is an academic journal which is published by International Relations Department of UIN Alauddin Makassar and wiil be distributed twice a year every June and December. This Journal discuss about theories and researches in International Relations studies. The scripts that could be submitted by academicians and practitioners in these areas : Islamic Studies, Regional Studies, Globalization and Development, State-Security Studies, and Transnational Issues.
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WAJAH PANGAN ASIA TIMUR DALAM SELIMUT NEOLIBERALISME STUDI KASUS : CINA Utaminingsih, Nur
Review of International Relations Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Review of International Relations
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The globalizations era, in which every side that involve directly or indirectly always getting encourage even force to build the target, generally, are to be develop country. The 20th century is the era where the actor of international relations was introduced to the new term, some new recipe with the big offers to develop. The recipes that are very influence and became hidden agenda almost happen in every international interactions called neoliberalism. Keywords: Neoliberalism, Food Crisis, Developmentalis
HUBUNGAN PERDAGANGAN INDONESIA-ETHIOPIA DAN IMPLIKASINYA TERHADAP HUBUNGAN DIPLOMATIK KEDUA NEGARA: SUATU TINJAUAN EKONOMI POLITIK INTERNASIONAL Iwf, Haniefah Laily Rokhmah
Review of International Relations Vol 2, No 2 (2020): Review of International Relations
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This study aims to determine the background of Indonesia and Ethiopia conducting trade cooperation which has implications on diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Ethiopia. This study used a qualitative approach, which uses secondary and primary data, where the method of analysis is descriptive analysis. This study uses an analytical framework based on the concept: international trade, national interests and economic diplomacy, and international political economy.The results of this study indicate that the relationship between the political economy of Indonesia and Ethiopia is very closely where this is done through an economic diplomacy. The Economic Diplomacy of Indonesia and Ethiopia is very influential on the development of trade between Indonesia and Ethiopia. In fact, Politics between Indonesia and Ethiopia are only as a political representative, because the driving force of politics between Indonesia and Ethiopia is the economic diplomacy. The motor is the one who makes us move and makes the relationship between Indonesia and Ethiopia are dynamic and increasingly tight.Through economic diplomacy Indonesia and Ethiopia endeavor to establish and improve the bilateral relations that already exist more clearly, planned, systematic and focused to stabilize the diplomatic relations between the two countries and enhancing cooperation in the conducive situation that will produce the pattern and structure of regional security that is based on the economic motives together.
ANALISIS PERLINDUNGAN MEREK DAGANG TERHADAP SENGKETA NEGARA ISLE OF MAN DAN WEN KEN DRUG CO. PTE LTD Luneto, Riska; Dika, Aldilla
Review of International Relations Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Review of International Relations
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Protection of trademarks (goods / services) is one of the important things for every inventor. The success of the WTO as an organization that oversees cooperation in the field of trade has an important role in the struggle that was resolved in the field of trade, in accordance with the agreement in the TRIPs which discussed Intellectual Property that was sponsored both nationally and internationally. The damaged trademark case by the Wen Ken Group Company later became an example of violation of the agreement, when the trademark product / service that was registered did not conflict with the logo, symbol or symbol of an ideology or the State. The resolution of this dispute is then still a polemic in Indonesia because the decisions made are not in accordance with the provisions in force, so they are approved by the WTO. Keywords: Intellectual Property Rights, WTO, TRIPs, Trademarks, Disputes
UNDERSTANDING JUCHE IDEOLOGY THROUGH PSYCHOLOGY OF PEACE AND CONFLICT IN NORTH KOREA Makhroja, Mega Nisfa
Review of International Relations Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Review of International Relations
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This paper examined moral justification due to Juche's ideology in North Korea as the main reason for the survival of the authoritarian regime and caused violence. By using Moral Justification analysist from Psychology of peace and conflict, this paper explain how Juche Ideology affected to Violence, How intervention toward north Korean Conflict from international society, and possible scenario to implemented in North Korea. However, North Korean conflict not only affected their national issue, but also international level. High number of Human Right Violation in this country can be understood by psychological of peace and conflict studies.
DEMYSTIFYING THE MYTH OF COSMOPOLITANISM: ARE WE TRULY LIVING IN A BORDERLESS WORLD? Rivai, Aspin Nur Arifin; Bastari, Gema Ramadhan
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This paper will discuss about the possibility that cosmopolitanism as an idea might only exist as a myth. It begins by questioning the hypocrisy surrounding our everyday life where powerful countries preach about living in dignity but ended up taking away that very dignity itself. If cosmopolitanism is defined as an idea that give worth to every human being, no matter their affiliation, then the current state of the world does not reflect that idea at all. This paper will attempt to demystify the practice of cosmopolitanism in modern era. This paper then found that cosmopolitanism is basically a political project for the powerful to inject their idea into weaker actor, in order to create hegemony. Whether someone’s act can be considered cosmopolitan or not depends on their capability to exercise their power. In the end, this paper concludes that cosmopolitanism as a standard of morality does not exist in our world. A borderless world might exist, but it is up to the powerful to decide who can live in it. For most people, cosmopolitanism remains a myth that could never bring salvation.  Kata kunci: Cosmopolitanism, Morality, Hegemony.
Dialog Insekuritas Pangan Berdasarkan Kajian Keamanan Internasional: Gugatan Pendekatan Kritis Terhadap Pendekatan Arus-Utama Rivai, Aspin Nur Arifin
Review of International Relations Vol 2, No 2 (2020): Review of International Relations
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This article is a theoretical review based on idea comparisons in exploring various perspectives on food insecurity. Overall, the authors focus on the discussion of food insecurity, in the form of hunger which is considered to have several limitations. The narrative or discursive of food security and food sovereignty contradicts one another. Even so, the two are not as oppositional concepts, but as interrelated concepts, especially covering efforts to overcome hunger which includes access, distribution, security and equality. Meanwhile, the approach to national security based on realism and human security based on the Copenhagen School has significant differences. However, both have problems in positioning hunger as a security issue. Realism that relies on the state-centric places dealing with hunger is the concentration of government activities in ensuring national interests, so that the existing policies are on how the food availability can be fulfilled or surplus. Subsequently, the human security perspective looks at the hunger issue faced by humans so that a securitization process is needed that is carried out by securitization agency. It can be seen here that actions to overcome fundamental problems are only the responsibility of the elite governments, while the voices of the interests of individuals experiencing hunger are neglected. Thus, a critical security approach appears to mediate the above limitations. This perspective offers that the issue of hunger should be reframed as this security problem is a structural problem. Furthermore, this approach proposes the definition of food security in vulnerable populations from the structural violence of hunger.
ORGANIZED ECOLABELLING: NORTH-SOUTH IMPLEMENTATION OF “KICKING AWAY THE LADDER” (CASE: PALM OIL TRADE BETWEEN INDONESIA AND EUROPE) Ayu, Nanda Kartika
Review of International Relations Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Review of International Relations
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Liberalization is one of the theis that is expected to be able to answer the acceleration and development of the economy of developing countries. One element of liberalization is market openness that will make developing countries unite with global markets both in accepting investments or trading in exports and imports. However, along with the development of technology, the demand for the North (developed countries) in carrying out its trade began to implement an "ecolabelling" policy. For developing countries with all their industrial capabilities, ecolabelling policy is the same as the non-tarrif limitation policy given by developed countries to developing countries. So that this paper will focus on the application of the ecolabelling policy provided by the North to products that will enter the northern market, as one of the efforts of the northern countries to apply "kicking away the ladder", assuming the Southern state does not get a balanced trade surplus with the north and continues to be a developing country. This writing will use a structuralist approach that concentrates on the international structure of the north and south to describe the relationship between developed and developing countries, and uses the concept of "kicking away the ladder" to answer the situation from the implementation of ecolabelling policies for South countries. The author uses qualitative studies using literature review sources through books, journals and online media. Keywords: Ecolabelling, Kicking away the ladder.  North-South relations
BEYOND NEOLIBERALISM, THE EMERGENCE OF LATIN AMERICA PINK TIDE (POST WASHINGTON CONSENSUS AND NEOSTRUCTURALISM) Hari Saputra, Muhammad Dudi
Review of International Relations Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Review of International Relations
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This paper aims to analyze the emergence of Latin America Pink Tide and others, especially in political-economic paradigm (liberalism, neoliberalism and post-neoliberalism). Firstly, this paper describes an international political economy development generally and theoretically. Secondly, it describes political economy conditions in Latin America. Thirdly, it analyzes neoliberalism context that affects the development process in Latin America countries. Fourthly, it analyzes neoliberal development model, which is adopted in the context of Latin America. Fifthly, author is trying to address alternatives of neoliberalism development model that was conceived and adopted by the countries in Latin America, associate with pink tide phenomenon that recently emerging up in most countries in Latin America. Keywords: Alternative model, Development, International Political Economy, Latin America, Liberalism, Neoliberalism, Post-neoliberalism and Pink Tide.
ANALISIS PENGARUH PERANG, KEMISKINAN DAN DISKRIMINASI TERHADAP PEREMPUAN DAN ANAK DALAM KONTEKS PERDAGANGAN MANUSIA Nizmi, Yusnarida Eka
Review of International Relations Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Review of International Relations
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This study aims to describe the unhappiness of being women and children since human trafficking crimes dissapear their lives that driven by war, poverty and discrimination. There are various casualities that trigger human trafficking and the involvement of trafficker in this humanity crime. This study reviews various literatures since library research is the method of this research. This research analyzes the concept of war, poverty, and domestic conflict. Women and children become vulnerable target to be smuggled illegally to destination countries. Many of them finally end up in torture, violance and sexual exploitation. They have to keep working with minimum salary just for paying transportation cost. For smugglers, these vulnerable people are potential target to get money from selling them to other person or group. The smugglers lied to them about the truly motives and for the victims, the cost and exploitation are the consequences to reveal all their the horrible conditions. This research shows that how women and children start their sad journey since devastated and insecure in the neighbourhood because of war, domestic conflict and never ending poverty
STRATEGIC UNCERTAINTY: A NEW WAY OF U.S. DIPLOMACY TOWARDS THE QATAR CRISIS Wirautomo, Andre
Review of International Relations Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Review of International Relations
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The way of U.S. diplomacy under President Trump administration declared a different approach from the Obama era. As President Trump extols unpredictability as a virtue, where Trump is more active through social media in conveying his views. That behavior considered a boomerang for U.S. diplomacy. Under President Trump’s administration, many of the state statement is contradicted with the White House. The uncertainty of U.S. diplomacy is seen when the United States involved in efforts to resolve the Qatar crisis. Qatar crisis is a diplomatic crisis that occurred between Qatar and the Gulf Arab countries which reached its peak in 2017. The United States has never interfered disputes between Qatar and the Gulf Arab countries that have occurred since 2002. However, the United States increased the tension of the Qatar crisis after several tweets from President Trump criticize Qatar funds terrorism in the Middle East. Simultaneously, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson corrected President Trump's statement by expressing the U.S. is supporting Qatar and trying to help by resolving the conflict as quickly as possible. Qatar is well known as the closest ally of the United States on combating terrorism in the Middle East. The disputes between Qatar and the Gulf Arab countries considered had an impact to be interrupting the movement of the United States on combating terrorism in the Middle East which directly affects several U.S. interests in the region. Differences between President Trump and the State Department do not send a clear nor unified message that is a problem for U.S. strategy towards the Qatar Crisis. It considered as proof of the uncertainty of U.S. diplomacy under President Trump administration. Through this analysis the article seeing the uncertainty of the U.S. diplomacy strategy in resolving the Qatar crisis

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