Jurnal Dinamika Global

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ISSN / EISSN : 2548-9216 / 2684-9399
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Jusmalia Oktaviani
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 54-83; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.1037

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Penelitian ini merupakan riset awal untuk melihat gambaran besar mengenai Colorism di Kawasan Asia Tenggara. Colorism merupakan bentuk diskriminasi kepada seseorang karena perbedaan warna kulit. Dalam Colorism biasanya mereka yang memiliki warna kulit lebih cerah diberikan akses lebih mudah dalam berbagai hal. Colorism dikatakan sebagai fenomena global, namun dalam penelitian ini, peneliti bertujuan untuk menggambarkan fenomena tersebut di kawasan Asia Tenggara. Metode yang peneliti gunakan adalah kualitatif dengan pengumpulan data melalui focus group discussion dan studi pustaka. Kerangka teoritis dalam studi ini adalah Poskolonialisme, konsep Kekerasan serta konsep Colorism. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa Colorism di wilayah Asia Tenggara terjadi salah satunya diperkuat oleh inferioritas masyarakat di Asia Tenggara terhadap kulit putih sebagai hasil dari penjajahan, akibat dari kelas-kelas sosial yang selama ini dikonstruksi oleh penjajah untuk melanggengkan kekuasaan mereka.
Mae Luky Iriani
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 122-135; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.980

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The European Union has been facing an energy crisis since 2020 that is made worse by the extreme weather in winter and the hasty energy transition across mainland Europe. As the global world demands cleaner energy and renewable energy for all, the EU may have to strategize better to gradually shift from fossil fuel and anticipate the uncertainty and the volatility of renewable energy. This paper will examine the possible cause and sustainable solution to ensure the countries are still able to secure their environmental target, without severe consequences, economically and socially while maintaining their political legitimacy in dealing with Russia. The method used for this research includes a literature review.  The outlook of the crisis will be depended on the securitization effort by the EU and solidarity amongst its members. EU will also still require fossil fuels to ease the transition to renewable energy in the coming years.
Chairussani Abbas Sopamena
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 161-177; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.984

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The war between Russia and Ukraine has a long tail and has spawned sanctions between countries. Aggressive Russia has taken the decision to close their airspace for many countries which became a policy that brought the world back to the similar conditions that happen in the cold war era. This article is written to answer the question, what is the impact of the closure of Russian airspace on the airline industry and the world economy? With using realism and structural functionalist approach this research shows that Russia's actions are taken to as a way deter other countries which support Ukraine. Thus, it is a clear indication that the existing international institutions along with their international law are indeed failed in dealing with the tendency of states (Russia) to act aggressively and halt their misconduct on their international interactions.
Renaldo Benarrivo
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 106-121; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.975

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Interfaith dialogue has not gained a strategic place in the context of the study of international relations yet, even though its existence has practically provided new dynamics in the constellation of contemporary international relations. Not only that, interfaith dialogue also has sufficient theoretical urgency as a academics study that needs to be continuously developed. The debate between realism and idealism continues to develop in contemporary international relations studies. This development is influenced by the expansion of the meaning of actors who not only talk about state actors but also non-state actors, the expansion of the issues was originally focused on hard political issues but also focus to the discussion on low political issues, as well as how the interaction between actors with the religious discussion of these issues has created varied patterns of relations between actors in the study of international relations. This study attempts to place the phenomenon of interfaith dialogue theoretically in the study of international relations through a rational perspective, by seeking a middle ground between the realism and idealism debates. The English School approach, foreign policy, and diplomacy will try to be presented so that the theoretical position of inter-religious dialogue will become clear as a phenomenon that continues to develop in the study of international relations. The importance of this research is to provide the possibility of a wider variety of studies in the context of international relations, so that the existence of international relations as a scientific discipline can be optimized for its contribution to analyzing social phenomena across national borders that occur and growing.
Gilang Nur Alam, Emil Mahyudin, Rmt Nurhasan Affandi, Windy Dermawan, Fuad Azmi
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 25-53; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.1039

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This paper aims to analyze Indonesia's diplomatic efforts in promoting Indonesian as the official language of ASEAN. To achieve this goal, the author describes Indonesia's leadership in ASEAN which has been accepted as a natural leader. The author also describes the possibility and position of Indonesian as the official language in ASEAN. The method used is a qualitative method while the findings of this study are that Indonesian has the potential to become an international language, for this purpose it is necessary for all levels of society to realize this dream, starting from strengthening in the country such as revitalization and diplomatic efforts that are not only carried out by diplomats, but with the various innovations and technologies currently available, every society needs to be an agent of language internationalization whose hopes will raise the image of the Indonesian nation in the international world which will ultimately affect the Indonesian nation as a whole.
Dinna Prapto Raharja
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 1-24; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.955

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Finding consensus has been argued as a stumbling block for actions in ASEAN, including in ASEAN’s Human Rights Body: the AICHR (ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights). While past studies discussed the limits of consensus making in ASEAN, there is lacunae of research on the institutional performance pressure to get things done in an intergovernmental setting and the impacts of diverse mandates among AICHR Representatives to finding human rights consensus. There are at least four types of approaches that has been employed by AICHR Representatives to find consensus where the constructivist and pragmatist collided, but it becomes clear that the challenge is cross-sectoral rather than merely internal AICHR, which makes it imperative to assess the direction for ASEAN’s institutional performance when evaluating consensus building.
Riza Iskandar, Ambarwati Ambarwati, Muhammed Irwiyana Tri Putra
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 84-105; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.961

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This study aims to analyze Indonesia's foreign policy strategy during 2014-2019 toward the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) initiated by China’s Xi Jinping. The study focuses on how Indonesia defends its national interests, that is to become the Global Maritime Fulcrume (PMD). Under the administration of President Joko Widodo, PMD's vision has been translated into efforts to build infrastructure and enforce the law in Indonesian waters, one of which is to eradicate illegal fishing. The results of the study found that the policy triggered positive and negative responses from China. Regarding the opportunity to invest in Indonesia's infrastructure development, China responded enthusiastically. However, in the context of eradicating its state-owned fishing vessels, China has tried to use various means, including using its investment as an instrument to influence Indonesian policies.
Dedi Komarudin, Prasetia Anugrah Pratama
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 7, pp 136-160; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v7i01.982

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At present, the production and distribution of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) has become a threat to our global community. This can be a double-edged sword which on the one side can be used by the government to uphold the law and justice, but on the other side it can be used by other parties to support their actions against the government and carry out acts of terror to the public. Referring to this problem, this study will try to analyze the distribution and use of SALW by both the government and other parties, using the constructivism theory approach. This research was conducted with qualitative methods by collecting data from literature studies from offline and online sources. This study shows the circulation and distribution of SALW, especially those that are not licensed is a phenomenon that is rife in our developed world. The practice of trading SALW in an area that has a culture that is closely related to weapons is still a complicated problem that is very difficult to overcome because of lack of control mechanism to reduce the misuse of SALW.
Mariane Olivia Delanova
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6, pp 259-285; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i2.408

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This article was compiled to discuss the AUKUS Trilateral Defense Pact which is a collective security effort taken from the aggressiveness appointed by China in the Indo-Pacific region. There have been a variety of positive and negative responses from Australia from countries in the region, particularly China, which views the defense pact as a very responsible threat and an open challenge to their growing influence in the Indo-Pacific. This discussion is important because AUKUS is considered to be very detrimental to regional peace and security, and endangers efforts to destroy nuclear weapons, although it can be considered that this agreement will be a decisive step taken to take predatory tendencies from China. On the purpose of AUKUS and the reasons why Australia is more concerned with security than what is examined in this article, considering the ownership of supported vessels will support Australia's understanding to carry out longer patrols to maintain the Indo-Pacific security conditions that are often caused by the presence of a strong Chinese military in the area. AUKUS will be an important action in building the foundation that becomes a barrier for China to stop confronting other countries, commit violations at the borders of the Indo- Pacific region, and as a retaliation for aggressive actions against several countries in the region.
Frial Ramadhan Supratman
Jurnal Dinamika Global, Volume 6, pp 325-328; https://doi.org/10.36859/jdg.v6i2.605

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Melalui buku yang berjudul China's Asian Dream, Tom Miller mendeskripsikan bagaimana Cina melakukan ekspansi kebijakan luar negeri melalui serangkaian proyek-proyek infrastruktur dan investasi yang ambisius. Penulisnya menggambarkan dengan detail bagaimana ekspansi Cina ke Asia Tengah, Samudera Hindia, Asia Tenggara. Berkat ekspansi ekonomi ini maka Cina seringkali harus menghadapi negara adikuasa Amerika Serikat yang sudah sejak lama memiliki dominasi kuat di Asia dan Pasifik. Buku ini sangat baik untuk dibaca oleh pembaca akademik maupun umum, khususnya untuk mereka yang tertarik kepada perkembangan isu-isu internasional di kawasan Asia.
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