Jurnal Dinamika Global

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ISSN / EISSN : 2548-9216 / 2684-9399
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Suwarti Sari, Mariane Delanova
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.415

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Perkembangan konsep wilayah Indo-Pasifik yang dilatarbelakangi oleh persaingan Amerika Serikat dan Tiongkok yang dipersepsikan sebagai ancaman bagi kestabilan dan kepentingan nasional negara-negara di kawasan terkait. Indonesia dan India, keduanya menggunakan dan memperkuat kapabilitas maritim sebagai kekuatan geopolitik mereka melalui kerjasama pertahanan sebagai aspek penunjang posisi tawar mereka di kawasan. Penelitian ini akan membahas dan mengevaluasi bentuk kerjasama pertahanan yang dilakukan oleh Indonesia dan India dalam memperkuat maritim melalui pelatihan bersama dan meningkatkan kemampuan militer mereka untuk menunjukkan seberapa relevan komitmen mereka dalam kerjasama ini dan terhadap tujuan-tujuan Kebijakan Act-East India dan Poros Maritim Dunia Indonesia di kawasan Indo-Pasifik. Kerjasama yang dijalankan mereka tidak hanya menyelaraskan kebijakan luar negeri mereka di kawasan, tetapi juga memberi mereka kesempatan untuk setidaknya menunjukkan kekuatan besar seperti Amerika Serikat dan Cina bahwa mereka mendapat kekuatan di kawasan secara strategis yang layak dipertimbangkan dalam struktur politik global yang dinamis. Dalam menjawab rumusan masalah sebagai tujuan dari penelitian ini, peneliti menggunakan metode penelitian kualitatif yang menggambarkan dan menganalisa hubungan kepentingan Indonesia dan India dengan implementasi kerjasama pertahanan. Dengan pengumpulan data melalui studi literatur dan wawancara terhadap narasumber yang relevan dengan data yang dibutuhkan dalam menunjang penelitian ini.
Aloysius Anandyo Pambudi
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.347

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Terjadinya pandemi Covid-19 telah menyebabkan krisis multi-sektor yang terjadi secara global, meliputi aspek kesehatan, sosial, ekonomi, hingga kepemimpinan. Sebagai salah satu negara di kawasan Asia-Pasifik yang selama satu dekade terakhir mengalami pertumbuhan ekonomi yang signifikan, Indonesia juga turut menghadapi terjadinya penurunan tingkat pertumbuhan ekonomi dan sosial sebagai imbas dari terjadinya pandemi. Dalam rangka menghadapi tantangan-tantangan yang hadir, pemerintah Indonesia menerapkan perubahan pada strategi diplomasi ekonomi nasional dengan mengeluarkan beberapa kebijakan yang ditujukan untuk menyokong kinerja ekspor-impor nasional dan meminimalisasi dampak ekonomi dari pandemi. Artikel ini menghadirkan analisis dan deskripsi komprehensif mengenai strategi diplomasi ekonomi Indonesia dalam menghadapi pandemi Covid-19. Dengan mengadopsi kerangka analisis diplomasi ekonomi, penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa strategi diplomasi ekonomi Indonesia selama masa pandemi Covid-19 hadir baik dalam ranah aktivitas primer dan pendukung, serta terdiri dari aktivitas perdagangan dan komersil, advokasi bisnis, pembangunan jaringan, negosiasi bisnis, layanan intelijen, dan mekanisme penyelesaian masalah.
Ade Priangani
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6, pp 1-19; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.389

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This article describes a problem regarding abenomics made by Shinzo Abe as the basis of Japan's domestic political economy and foreign policy which began in 2012. However, after Shinzo Abe's emergence as PM of Japan and replaced by Yoshihide Suga, Suga continued abenomics with the aim of improving and stabilization of both Japan Domestic and Asia Pacific region, stimulaneously with RCEP which was signed in November 2020. The author takes the concept of Foreign Policy in which Japan improves its leadership strategy in balancing China's influence on the East Asian Region and ASEAN. The assumption of the leadership strategy is that the state has the capability of power but does not engage in conflictualism with other countries, so that it cooperates with a sense of competitiveness of a country. The result of the analysis shows that Japan sees an opportunity with the RCEP. Previously Japan did not focus on RCEP as part of Abenomics but rather on the CPTPP. However, because RCEP can encourage the export of Japanese products or commodities, RCEP is the most important part for Japan in the economy on free economy in Asia Pacific region. However, the challenge from Japan is that China still has a strong influence on ASEAN and RCEP has low trade liberalization. So that India left RCEP because of concerns that India's local products could not compete with other countries, especially China, with products that were cheap and accessible to the public. In addition, ASEAN sees China as no longer a threat because it sees China as a potential market for ASEAN. The impact for Indonesia is to get the maximum benefit from the Sino-Japanese competition, one of which is the joint project of the Jakarta-Bandung Fast Train as an interest of Indonesia which implements a Free Active Foreign Policy.
Riska Luneto
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.371

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Kerjasama kawasan Uni Eropa adalah salah satu bentuk interdependence regional yang didasari pada identitas. UE sebagai sebuah institusi regional dan actor baru dalam politik internasional menjadi sebuah pihak yang memainkan peran penting dalam interaksi dan kerjasama kawasan. Dalam tulisan ini penulis mencoba menjelaskan terkait dinamika kerjasama regional yang bentuk oleh UE berdasarkan konsep regional integration dari beberapa perspektif, adanya persamaan identitas, kebutuhan peningkatan ekonomi hingga pembangunan menjadi beberapa alasan terkait lahirnya sebuah integrase kawasan. Disatu sisi selama kurang lebih 60 tahun UE berjalan, permasalahan muncul ketika Inggris melakukan referendum sejak tahun 2015, pilihan untuk keluar dari keanggotaan UE dirasa perlu sebab Inggris menghadapi berbagai permasalahan terkait kedaulatan, imigran maupun permasalahan krisis yang dialami UE.
Jennie Joyce Candice, Anak Agung Banyu Perwita
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.396

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The South China Sea (SCS) has become the largest and the crucial Sea Lanes of Communication (SLOCs) not only for Southeast Asia but also for the world. As one of the claimants of the South China Sea, Philippines were always and will always be trying to protect its national interests in the disputed waterways as part of its national territory. This article discusses about the shift and continuity of the Philippines� foreign policy on the South China Sea issue. It explicates the shift and continuity of Philippines foreign policy under Rodrigo Duterte to the South China Sea. A more focus elaboration will be devoted on how the Philippines implemented its foreign policy to deal with China in the South China Sea dispute.It argues that Duterte foreign policy to this delicate issue is always based on the strategic dynamic of its �two-level game� (domestic and international political stimuli) to its national interests.
Bayu Eko Yulianto
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.372

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This paper describes the ineffectiveness of South Korea�s confidence-building measures towards North Korea during the reign of Kim Dae Jung and Roh Moo Hyun through the sunshine policy. The previous studies on the sunshine policy only discussed the efforts made by the South Korean government through the sunshine policy and America's influence on the implementation in general. The studies are divided into three major categories namely: domestic politics, political economy, and regional studies, but none has discussed the causes of the ineffectiveness of the sunshine policy. By using confidence-building measures as an analytical framework, this paper will explain the variables in confidence-building measures that cause sunshine policies to be ineffective. The main argument of this paper is that there are 2 factors that cause the sunshine policy to be ineffective, namely the influence of America and the absence of political will from North Korea to achieve the goal of confidence-building measures through sunshine policy.
Dadang Ilham Kurniawan Mujiono, Jusmalia Oktaviani
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.405

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The coral triangle is the epicenter of marine biodiversity in the world which located in the eastern part of Southeast Asia and the western part of the Pacific Ocean. Despite the benefit of this area, the coral triangle also faces unsustainable fishing practices called Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU). This paper is aiming to provide the benefit of the coral triangle, and the efforts to overcome the problem that occurs in this area. To analyze this paper, the authors applied a descriptive approach, and most of the data obtained through literature review. And the result shows that the coral triangle is very beneficial to the countries in this area. Furthermore, to protect these precious natural resources from IUU, the government in this area decided to work together to overcome through the establishment of a multilateral partnership The Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security (CTI)
Gilang Nur Alam, Rizka Maharani, Rmt Nurhasan Affandi, Windy Dermawan
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i01.463

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Seoul Metropolitan City is one of the metropolitan cities in South Korea, which able to perceive its interest with self-government in international activities. Seoul Metropolitan City government has implemented paradiplomacy to develop its creative economy which is limited to aspects of music, drama, and fashion. This article uses qualitative methods with literature studies to support the required data. This article also seeks to describe the paradiplomacy carried out by the Seoul Metropolitan City government with self-government in a unitary state with a literature review covering transgovernmentalism, foreign relations, paradiplomacy, and creative economy. Besides, the authors also argue that the Seoul Metropolitan City government could optimize its potential with policies or actions taken by the Seoul Metropolitan City government on the aspects of music, drama, and fashion towards the global public.
Riska Putri Hariyadi
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 5, pp 299-318; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v5i02.219

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Increased interstate connectivity has led to the mobility of the COVID-19 outbreak easily spread throughout the world, including Southeast Asia. This outbreak has a multi-dimension effect that encourages countries to take two possibilities, Collaboration to handle the outbreak or by issuing restrictions as protection measures. Through this paper, the author describes the relations that occur in the Southeast Asian region by analyzing Singapore and ASEAN in the face of the outbreak. This paper argues that Singapore and ASEAN show commitment to the handling of the COVID-19 outbreak through regional cooperation such as the Asean COVID-19 Response Fund and solidarity actions with member countries. COVID-19, Singapura, ASEAN, Regional Cooperation
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