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Jurnal Studi Diplomasi dan Keamanan
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Jurnal Studi Diplomasi dan Keamanan(JSDK) is a scientific journal published twice a year (June and December). JSDK is to publish research articles within the field of diplomacy, security, and strategic studies, including peace and conflict resolution, foreign policy, regional studies, and international political economy.
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ANCAMAN TERORISME ISLAMIC STATE OF IRAQ AND SYRIA (ISIS) PASCA FASE “KHILAFAH” Renitha Dwi Hapsari, Prihandono Wibowo dan
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KEPUTUSAN AMERIKA SERIKAT RENEGOSIASI SOUTH PACIFIC TUNA TREATY (SPTT) Shobrina, Ria Alfa
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NEGARA, PASAR, DAN KEAMANAN ENERGI Loy, Nikolaus
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THE STRATEGIES OF COCA-COLA’S EXPANSION IN THE GLOBALIZATION ERA Suprapto, Nanda Pradhana
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RESOLUSI KONFLIK BATAS WILAYAH (BACKSTOP) IRLANDIA UTARA DENGAN REPUBLIK IRLANDIA DALAM BRITISH EXIT dan Windy Dermawan, Rizka Maharani, Akim,
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FROM THE BALLOTS TO THE BEACHES: ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEMOCRACY AND TOURISM Kuncoro, Hestutomo Restu
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PARIWISATA KOREA UTARA: NATION BRANDING MELALUI YOUTUBE TRAVEL VLOG Made Fitri Maya Padmi, Dewi Maria Herawati dan
Jurnal Studi Diplomasi dan Keamanan Vol 12, No 2 (2020): Jurnal Studi Diplomasi dan Keamanan
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Globalisasi, Migrasi, Dan Keamanan Nasional Malaysia: Satu Tinjauan Literatur Misran, Firdaus; Roslam, Aini Fatihah
Jurnal Studi Diplomasi dan Keamanan Vol 7, No 2 (2015): Jurnal Studi Diplomasi dan Keamanan
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Migration issue is not merely draw attention to Malaysia but also to every sovereign state(s) in today’s globalized world. The Issue of migration has been regard as prime subject that able to threat national security and vis-à-vis state relations. Thus with the understanding of research main terminology such as globalization, migration and national security, the study is set to explore factors that lies toward the mobilization of foreign migrants to Malaysia, while becoming the actual threat to state national security. The study been conducted in qualitative method via content analysis approach. Secondary data were retrieved and collected from printed and also reliable online sources that fit for academic reference. The preliminary result indicate that globalization encourage the mobilization of illegal foreign migrants that later posit an actual threat to Malaysian national security. 
Peran National Resource Defence Council (NRDC) Dalam Melestarikan Lingkungan Laut Di Amerika Serikat Purnamasari, Cory Kusuma
Jurnal Studi Diplomasi dan Keamanan Vol 7, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Studi Diplomasi Dan Keamanan
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This thesis discusses the role of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) in preserving the marine environment in the United States. The US itself is a country that has a large sea area and the economy that comes from the sea is quite high and influential. The presence of sea damage that occurred long ago until  now  have  hindered  the  surrounding  ecosystem.  Environmental  issues include: sewage, oil spills, garbage, overfishing, ocean acidification, sea water content of the poor. The existence of the sea issues attract the federal government to make a policy, not only the government but activists and environmental groups also help preserve the marine environment in the US. Environmental organizations that becoming a major role in this thesis is NRDC. Their roles in preserving the ocean in the US include: catalyzing changes in the system, the monitoring service programs, and implementation services. In this thesis also discussed about the obstacles and achievements NRDC in doing any roles in the US.
Pembangunan Perdamaian Berkelanjutan Di Burundi Pasca Perang Sipil 1993-2006 Fajriyah, Isrotul
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Burundi is one of the poorest countries in the world that suffered from prolonged ethnic conflict. Conflict between Hutu and Tutsi has brought this country into genocide on 1972 and 1993 that led into 12 years of civil war. Peacemaking effort to end violent conflict in Burundi has gone through three main phases involving regional and international organisations. As result of this peace process, the parties have signed Arusha Peace and Reconciliation Agreement on 28 August 2000. This agreement directly addressed the issue of ethnicity in Burundi and devised a power- sharing arrangement. However, peace is a fragile thing so it’s important to build strong foundation for ensuring its sustainability. Peacebuilding efforts are necessary to bring post-conflict recovery and prevent the outbreak of civil war in the future. The role of international community is also needed to support post-conflict peace-building in Burundi.