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JIHI can be a reference and literature source for academician in International Relations area as it consists of articles and research reports on International Relations Issues. Articles and research reports are written by academics who is the expert on its field like Security Studies, International Political Economy, Regime, International Organization, Gender and International Relations, Diplomacy, Media and International Relations, etc.
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Growth of Democratisation in Latin America Along Socialist Lines Mishra, Amit
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 8, No 2 (2012)
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Latin America is a highly volatile region. After it was exposed to the rigours of colonialism, it has experienced several doses of authoritarian rule before the process of democratisation gained momentum in the 1980s. This article analyses the tenor and quality of democratisation along socialist lines in three countries of Latin America. The paper tries to identify the positive aspects of socialist democracies in the volatile but resource-rich region and at the same time clearly highlights the shortcomings in the socialist experiments in Brazil, Chile and Urugay. All these countries are able to achieve the social democratic goal of high rates of economic growth while at the same time ensuring social justice. In all the three cases poverty fell significantly and income inequality also decreased. However the author also highlights that these neo-leftist regimes have been often repressive towards minority voices leading to a sense of alienation among a significant section of their population.Keywords : Latin America, socialist democrazy, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Democratisation, poverty alleviation, minority voices, authoritarism, repression, populist
Kemiskinan Global Dalam Prespektif Development as Freedom Amartya Sen Kasus: Indonesia Indro, P.Y. Nur
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 9, No 1 (2013)
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On poverty reduction is the ultimate goal of human development globally. Amartya Sen offers a perspective known as Development as Freedom, which prioritizes freedom as a goal and instrument development. Categories of development success, especially in humans as subjects who have an ever increasing freedom.Keywords : freedom, development, poverty, autonomy of human
Legitimasi, Efektivitas dan Akuntabilitas G-20 Sebagai Klub Eksklusif dalam Pembentukan Tata Kelola Ekonomi Global Purwadi Hermawan, Yulius
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 8, No 2 (2012)
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This paper examines the modalities and challenges the G-20 as an exclusive club in running inclusive mandate to tackle the global financial crisis and the global financial structure to form a robust and resilient to the financial crisis. A limited number of conceptually does provide an  opportunity for the club to prove its effectiveness in addressing the global financial crisis. However, this paper argues that the measure of success of the G-20 not only in its ability to address the needs of their members effectively, but also its ability to provide benefits to all the nations of the world, including those who are not members of the club.Keywords : G-20, Global Governance, Club Theory
Kekalahan Amerika Sebagai Negara Super Power Pada Saat Perang Vietnam (1954-1975) Dania N. P., Stephani
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 9, No 1 (2013)
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As we know that the Vietnam War was the greatest war in the history of the United States, because of the war that lasted for 20 years have been eating so many casualties and cause material loss and spiritual huge especially for the United States. The Vietnam War is a terrible war going on throughout history, due to the emergence of a conflict between two ideologies were very influential in the world of liberal democracy to communist Vietnam, resulting in the outbreak of the country into two parts, namely the North Vietnam (communist) and South Vietnam (liberal democracy). Surely split two countries aided by allies such as France, the United States and China, so the cause of tension is prolonged that war spread to Laos and Cambodia. During the war the United States is trying to help South Vietnam in order to avoid the spread of communism in the state, because it is very dangerous for the existence of the United States as the adherents of liberal democracyKeywords : Vietnam War, Communism, Liberalism, United States, existance
Gender in International Conflict: Women Representation in Security Discourse Fitriani, Fitriani
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 8, No 2 (2012)
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Security discourse that was long cons idered as scientific, objective and gender neutral is one subject that had received numerous feminist critics. It is not only that feminist observed security discourse as minority – including women and victims – blind; it is also masculine and prostatus quo. This article reviews the building of security discourse from feminist perspective that detects, since the theoretical building to the practical level, women are given weak position to justified the strong state. At maximum the rhetoric of women empowerment is used by the state to validate its coercive action.Keywords : international security, genderization, gender studies, feminism
Diplomasi Publik Sebagai Pendukung Hubungan Indonesia-Malaysia Dian Effendi, Tonny
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 9, No 1 (2013)
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This paper discusses how the role of Public Diplomacy in strengthening Indonesia- Malaysia. This relationship is important because Indonesia-Malaysia relations conflict is very vulnerable and does not rule out the possibility it was caused due to the negative misconception. Opinion of this people in both countries can be one of the factors that influence the second issue of Public Diplomacy of the state. Because it is very important to strengthen understanding and getting to know each other more closely at the community level so it is not easy to be provoked on the issues that can lead to conflict. This paper is divided into four main parts: the problems between Indonesia and Malaysia, the conceptual approach of Public Diplomacy, Public Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia and Malaysia as well as the role that can be played by the Public Diplomacy in strengthening relations between the two states.Bagian the end of this paper is a recommendation to the governments of both countries to optimize the role of public diplomacy.Keywords : Public Diplomacy, Bilateral, Indonesia, Malaysia
Migrasi Internasional dan Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia Dewi, Elisabeth
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 9, No 1 (2013)
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Many countries open up to capital flows and commodity as part of globalization. On the other hand, many countries are looking at migration, related to cultural differences, as a threat to sovereignty and national identity. In the context of international migration, Indonesia has a fairly complex position. Analysing the relationship between international migration and foreign policy, the two of Myron Weiner framework that we can use are the security / stability framework (SSF) and the international political economy framework (IPEF). In the end, based on that two frameworks can be seen that the migration process affects foreign policy goals and the other way, like two sides of coin. Both the framework can serve as the basis to think that both sending and receiving countries can take a significant opportunity.Keywords :globalization, international migration, foreign policy, domestic policy
Evaluating Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime-Case Study: North Korea Priamarizki, Adhi
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 8, No 2 (2012)
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This paper try to explain why a country refused to join the nuclear weapons nonproliferation regime. The main argument of this article is the failure of the nuclear weapons nonproliferation regime to create a state-nuclear negara abandon their nuclear weapons because the regime does not successfully complete the core problem that triggered the decision to develop nuclear weapons. The decision will be difficult to change when it is done in order to maintain domestic power in the country that has nuclear weapons. Moreover, the perception of threat also came from rival states with nuclear weapons or non-nuclear states in alliance with the nuclear state. This article uses a case study of North Korea to prove the argument the author.Keywords : nuclear weapon, nuclear nonproliferation regime, nuclear politics, North Korea, Juche
Keketuaan Indonesia Dalam Forum Foreign Policy Global Health Tahun 2013 Roedyati, Joevi
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 9, No 1 (2013)
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Successful development of the health sector, will greatly affect the development and support the efforts of political, economic, social and cultural as well as the implementation of the foreign policy of a country. A state has a high quality health services to the people, will support the full development process of the country. The health sector development will also create development opportunities and other related sectors, such as the development of the pharmaceutical sector, health insurance and so on. Furthermore, the health sectors high capacity can be used as an instrument of diplomacy when negotiating or lobbying with other countries. Cuba, for example, has sent thousands of doctors around the world, including Indonesia, which in the event of natural disaster tsunami. This reflects the fact, the close connection between foreign policy with the health sector, so that the sector should be getting your full attention because it involves the national interest of a country in it.Keywords : foreign policy, development, health sector, instrument, diplomacy
International Context Indonesias Counter-Terrorism Policy, 2001-2004 Muhammad, Ali
Jurnal Ilmiah HUBUNGAN INTERNASIONAL Vol 8, No 2 (2012)
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Terrorism is a serious security problem in Indonesia as indicated by a suicide bomb attack in Solo church and mosque in the Cirebon Police office complex (2011), JW Marriot (2009) and a series of terror attacks before. This article discusses the international context and the implications for the governments counter-terrorism policy. The extent to which international factors affect the governments counter-terrorism policy during the years 2001-2004? This period is considered important because it is a critical period in the war against terrorism. The argument is that global context "War on Terrorism" major impact on the direction of counter-terrorism policy in Indonesia. Led by United States (USA) and supported by its allies, international pressure has forced the government of Indonesia previously impressed hesitate to take crucial steps: for example, the application of anti-terrorism law, the arrest of the perpetrators of acts of terrorism and the "spiritual leader" of Al-Jamaah Al-Islamiyah (Ajai)) and the prohibition Ajai. The U.S. and its allies are using a combination of instruments - in the form of an intensive diplomatic channels, financial support, technical assistance and anti-terrorism pledge to abolish the military embargo - to persuade the government that initially reluctant to follow perspective and American pressure. This article also argues that, although the government has received several international pressure and reject others because of domestic political considerations, international influence has strengthened the governments determination and capability of agents in combating terror network in Indonesia.Keywords : Indonesia, war on terror, international pressures, counterterrorism policy

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