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Jurnal Pusat Penelitian Politik-Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (P2Politik-LIPI) merupakan media pertukaran pemikiran mengenai masalah-masalah strategis yang terkait dengan bidang-bidang politik nasional, lokal, dan internasional; khususnya mencakup berba-gai tema seperti demokratisasi, pemilihan umum, konflik, otonomi daerah, pertahanan dan keamanan, politik luar negeri dan diplomasi, dunia Islam serta isu-isu lain yang memiliki arti strategis bagi bangsa dan negara Indonesia.
Articles by issue : Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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PERTAHANAN ASIA PASIFIK DALAM PUSARAN GLOBALISASI

Haripin, Muhamad

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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Globalization has dramatically changed state s threat perception and defence pas tune Furthermore newplayers and newforms of interconnectedness between state actors and non state actors shape the contemporarylandscape of international security Throughout Asia Pacific nation states have started to realize that it is lessrelevant to focus only on traditional military invasion Other challenges e g transnational crime and terrorismare awaitingfor government s swift yet effective response

Indonesia dan Dinamika Politik Timur Tengah

Sihbudi, Riza

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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The current political tension in Arab states have intensified especially after similar crises that ousted BinAli in Tunisia and Hosni Mubarak in Egypt There are also differences in how nations have responded to each political crisis The Arab regimes are facing strong resistance from the majority of their own people with Libyafalling into civil war Many Libyan people arefed up and disgusted with the leadership of Colonel Qadhafi whohas ruled the countryfor 40 years with desert style authoritarianism People in Libya demanded a succession andpolitical reforms that wouldpave the wayforfreedom ofspeech and association which have eluded the nationforfour decades Then why did the West take a differentpolitical attitude towards thepro democracy movements in theArab countries In the case ofLibya both mass media andpolitical elites drew a line in supporting the resistance movement The Westernforces under NATO even launched military strikes against Libya to support the oppositioncamp as soon as they managed to convince the United Nations to enforce a nofly zone in Libyan airspace Theopportunistic attitude of the West in the case ofLibya is closely related to economic factors which is Libyan oilreserves After successfully controlling Iraq Libya now seems to be the next easyprey especially by hawkish groupsand neo conservative that generally control US oil companies In the case of the NATO s political attitudes towardthe Libyan crisis economic considerations oil are more advanced than political reality Politically Qadhafi is now clearly different from what he was Before 2003 Qadhafi was known as an anti Westfigure The US and itsallies seem reluctant to learnfrom history Theirfailures in Iraq and Afghanistan are not enoughfor them to learnThat s the uglyfact of Western hypocrisy

DINAMIKA PERAN ELITE LOKAL PASCA ORDE BARU : Studi Kasus di Sumbawa

Satriani, Septi

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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This study is to describe the role of local aristocracy and various factors that bring about inability of thearistocracy to redefine their roles and existencee while in area ofIndonesia local aristorats are able to do soThis study also examines impact ofchanges and continuity ofthe role ofthe aristocracy towards local democracyin Sumbawa

MENELAAH POLITIK LUAR NEGERI INDONESIA DALAM MENYIKAPI ISU PERDAGANGAN MANUSIA

Wuryandari, Ganewati

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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Human trafficking remains one of the serious problemsfor Indonesia It reflects the problem oftrafficking asit is a source transit and destination state This demands stronger and more active measuresfrom the governmentto prevent and eliminate this problem How the Indonesian foreign policy to tackle the issue is the main focuss of this paper Indeed Indonesia has carried out multiple efforts to prevent and eradicate trafficking through itspolicydiplomacy and international cooperations However the problem oftrafficking continues to grow Its efforts there fore did notfully success This paper argues that human trafficking is not only a matter offoreign policy Addressing the root causes oftrafficking is also important to prevent and eradicate trafficking especially considering thedomestic and global natures of the problem

DINAMIKA PERBATASAN WILAYAH LAUT DI SELAT MALAKA SINGAPURA

Irewati, Awani

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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Strait ofMalacca Singapore is still taken into account in international trade and shipping lane Externally three littoral states Malaysia Indonesia and Singapore are parties that govern security and safety ofshipping lane in Strait ofMalacca Singapore according to traffic separation scheme TSS and the Mandatory Ship Reporting System in the Straits ofMalacca and Singapore Straitrep Strait ofMalacca Singapore has different meaningforthe three littoral states especially between Singapore on one side and Malaysia plus Indonesia on the other sideSignificance ofStrait ofMalacca Singaporefor Singapore is caught throughfree transit approach while Malaysiaand Indonesia get its significance through innocent passage approach But there is still another transit passageapproach that can become middle way in solving the differences Even so internally the three littoral states havenot yet solve their maritime boundary problems thoroughly Settlement ofmaritime boundary issues and agreementamong the three countries are very important because the boundary is located in international trade andshipping lane In the future the meaning ofStrait ofMalacca Singapore for the three countries is still very important fortheir national interest and the problem that exist among them is part ofdynamics ofStrait ofMalacca Singaporeneighbourhood

KECENDERUNGAN HUBUNGAN ANGGOTA LEGISLATIF DAN KONSTITUEN : Studi DPRD Provinsi Banten Hasil Pemilu 2009

Amalia, Luky Sandra

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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This research report is about relations ofMember ofParliament and his her constituent in Banten ProvinceThe MPs are those who elected by General Election 2009 One ofthe reasons behind this study is critics towards MPs who does not perform their duty optimally Because of that MPs does not have close relations with his herown constituent This study suggests some evaluation to the current condition

INDONESIA DALAM BELITAN KEJAHATAN LINTAS NEGARA : Kasus Perdagangan Orang pada Pekerja Migran

Pudjiastuti, Tri Nuke

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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Rapid growth oftransnational crimes are considered as one serious threat to global security particularly in Indonesia Indonesia stillfaces complex problems in many issues oftransnational crimes In this case traffickingin persons is one ofcurrent issues which related with international migration Many factors contribute to the complexity and growingfast Even though Indonesia plays an active role in the international bilateral and regionalcooperation in the prevention and handling of transnational crimes Indonesian foreign affairs still faces manydifficulties to reduce that trafficking in persons

PILAR PENYANGGA KEMAJUAN CHINA AN PELUANG MENJADI NEGARA ADI KUASA

Raharjo, Sandhy Nur Ikfal

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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After the declaration ofeconomic reform in 1978 China has transformed to be one of the bigpowers in theworld Thisfact then leads curiosity on the determinantfactors ofChina s miracle This essay summarizes John andDoris Naisbitt s research based book on 8 pillars ofChina s new society that consist ofemancipation ofthe mindbalancing top down and bottom up framing theforest and letting the trees grow crossing the river byfeeling thestones artistic and intellectualferment joining the world freedom andfairness andfrom Olympic medals to Nobelprizes This essay also tries to grasp China s possibility to be the solely superpower and leaving the U S behind

PROBLEMATIKA PENGGABUNGAN DAERAH

Tryatmoko, Mardyanto Wahyu

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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The implementation of regional government splitting or proliferation in Indonesia has created many acuteproblems in the local level Meanwhile amalgamation of local government as clearly stated in the regulationis considered as being impossible implemented by the central government itself Government is concerned thatamalgamation policy will only bring turmoil in the region This study explores both society s understanding andgovernment s strategy regarding the possibility of local government amalgamation in Indonesia This study alsomaps both driving and inhibiting factors of the amalgamation policy implementation in Indonesia This studyshows that both elite and people in the study areas do not have an understanding ofconcepts about the benefits ofamalgamation as an alternative policy of regional arrangement

PROFIL DAN ORIENTASI KEBIJAKAN LUAR NEGERI INDONESIA PASCA ORDE BARU

Alami, Athiqah Nur

Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 8, No 2 (2011): Membaca Arah Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia
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Formation oftheprofile and orientation oflndonesian foreignpolicy in post New Order era is closely relatedto domesticfactors ofdemocratization and externalfactors ofglobalization Democratization movement has prompted the emergence ofnew issues and actors at the national and international level Thefocus in global interactionsand issues offoreign policy is no longer solely associated with traditional issues but also issues of economicsocial culture and religion The linkage between the issues makes the actors in foreign policy are more diverseThe process offormulating and implementing Indonesian foreign policy in post New Order era shows the trendofthe involvement ofstate actors which extends horizontally and vertically as well as non state actors Thereforeit affects the configuration and structure of Indonesian foreign policy and the pattern or style of diplomacy thatplayed by the head ofgovernment Meanwhile the dynamics ofnational economic andpolitical situation after theNew Order era is the main variables that determine Indonesia sforeign policy orientation The governments fromPresident Habibie to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono have put the agenda ofeconomic recovery as the maincomponent that directs Indonesianforeign policy However the orientationfaces a dilemma ifit is associated withthe implementation offree and active policy as a basic principle oflndonesian foreign policy