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Food Security or Food Sovereignty? Questioning the Paradigm of Indonesian Military Involvement in Agriculture

  • Arry Bainus
  • Dina Yulianti
Indonesian military (TNI) involvement in the agricultural sector had begun since the 1960s when they had a significant role in a global modernization of agriculture project led by the US government and world donor agencies, namely the Green Revolution. In 2015, TNI signed a MoU with the Ministry of Agriculture...

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Synergy of Sam Ratulangi Air Force Base and Regional Government in Flood Natural Disaster Management in Manado City

  • Erwin Dwi Koerniawan
The impact of flash floods that occurred in the city of Manado a few years ago resulted in significant material losses and casualties. The Manado City Government through the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) has an effort to deal with disaster problems, particularly floods, including involving...

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Adi Sutjipto Air Force Base Policy for Dealing with Non-Traditional Security Threats in Safeguarding Civil Enclave Area in Adisutjipto Airport Yogyakarta

  • Dian Bashari
  • Arry Bainus
  • Wawan Budi Darmawan
  • Karlina Aprilia Kusumadewi
This research is concerned with "Adi Sutjipto Airport Policy for Dealing with Non-Traditional Security Threats in Indonesia in Safeguarding Civil Enclave Area in Adi Sutjipto Airport in Yogyakarta" which aims to determine the extent of Adi Sutjipto Airport Policy in safeguarding the Airfield and Adi...

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Anthropological Insights for the Study of Security: Cases in National Threats over Social Media Usages in Indonesia

  • Dani Mohammad Ramadhan
  • Rina Hermawati
Since its inception in the 90s, social media become a primary means of communication today, and as the user base of social media expands over time, so does the threat and insecurity for its users. So much so it recognizes as one of the national threats in Indonesia. Using anthropological approach, this...

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Obstacle Factor in Flight Safety and Security at the Air Force Base in Husein Sastranegara Airport Bandung

  • Muhammad Elang Ulul Azmi
  • Yusa Djuyandi
  • Akim
Air Force Base Husein Sastranegara is a military air base carrying out training and operations support for the Air Force. There is a potential disruption, obstacle especially high buildings that continue to grow in the city of Bandung. The readiness of the Air Force base can be disrupted if the factor...

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Village Security Based Weapons and Plants

  • Junardi Harahap
  • R. Bambang Soediadi A.P
  • Ira Indrawardana
The problem of defense and security of a village in the Sunda region is very important and in our society has a very strong defense in the existing society using all the elements used to maintain the sovereignty of a village in the Sunda region is very important and is done by using various weaponry...

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Border Area and National Security Issues

  • Junardi Harahap
The border is an unattached part of the Republic of Indonesia which must be maintained at all costs. The concept that must be made in the view of the border is to make the border area as a region that becomes the front porch for the nation of Indonesia. The border as a territory that must be run and...

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The Implementation of the Triple Helix Model in the Indonesian Aerospace Defense Industry

  • Achmad Sugiono
  • Akim
  • Rizki Ananda Ramadhan
National defense can be defined as any effort to defend the country's sovereignty, territorial integrity and security from threats and harassment. Ideally, the fulfillment of defense equipment for strengthening the country's defense makes use of domestic production. In general, the current Indonesian...

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Determining Strategy of the Indonesian Air Force Military Cargo Aircraft in Supporting the Global Maritime Fulcrum

  • Tofan Fajar Mulia
  • Widya Setiabudi Sumadinata
  • Windy Dermawan
This research aims to find the type of military cargo aircraft of Indonesian air force in accordance with the standardization and Indonesia's national defense in supporting the Global Maritime Fulcrum. In doing so, researchers analyze the military cargo aircraft of Indonesian Air Force from the four...

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TNI Involvement Strategy on Determination of Defense Budget Policy in Legislative Institutions

  • Tri Nugroho
  • Arry Bainus
  • Wawan Budi Darmawan
The purpose of this study is to determine the urgency of TNI involvement in the Legislative Institution in determining the defense budget. In doing so, we analyzed the involvement of TNI in the Determination of Defense Budget in Legislative Institutions using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method....

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Air Power Development Strategy to Maintain Indonesian National Security as the World Maritime Axis: A Study on the Air Territory of the National Air Defense Command Sector I

  • M. Miftahul Ghufron
  • Ari Ganjar Herdiansyah
  • Nuraeni
World maritime axis policy declared by the Indonesian government today is an opportunity as well as a challenge that must be faced with the right steps by the Indonesian Armed Forces (TNI), especially in terms of defense and security. Moreover, as an archipelagic state, Indonesia must provide a crossing...

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Synergy Between Regional Command Unit of Indonesian National Army (Tni Ad) and Local Government in Encouraging the Spirit of State Defense

  • Yusa Djuyandi
  • Arry Bainus
  • Widya Setiabudi Sumadinata
At this time, security threat to the state cannot only be seen from military threats but also can be seen from non-military threats. Non-military threats, such as threats of ideological, political, economic, social and cultural dimensions can undermine the spirit of nationalism. To overcome the low sense...

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Authority of Military Police of the Indonesian Air Force in Handling National Airspace Boundaries

  • Nicolas Sinaga
  • S.H.
This research aims to describe and analyze the authority of the Military Police of the Indonesian Air Force in handling national airspace boundaries.The method applied in this research is a qualitative method. The data used in this research are primary and secondary data. The data collection techniques...

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The Enactment of State Defense Awareness with the Sinergy Conception Among Military, Government, and Civil Society: Study in Adi Soemarmo Air Base, Surakarta, Indonesia

  • Eko Septiawan
  • Ari Ganjar Herdiansyah
  • Windy Dermawan
The enactment of state defense awareness (bela negara) is a systematic and structured effort carried out by the state or non-state actors in mobilizing citizen patriotism in order to strengthen national defense. The endeavor is crucial mainly in countries with limited military infrastructure. This study...

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Political Communication Between the House of Representatives and the Ministry of Defense in Discussing the Republic of Indonesia State Defense Policy

  • Yusa Djuyandi
  • Margynata Kurnia Putra
  • Haris Faozan
The desire to optimize all potential resources available to support national defense, including making the people as a supporting component, needs to be regulated in law. Political communication between the Commission I of the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR) and the Ministry of Defense in order...

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The Virtual Jurisdiction to Combating Cyberterrorism in Indonesia

  • Danrivanto Budhijanto
The neo-cyberterrorism crafting their actions by social media platform in a virtual world. There are terrorist materials that flooding from terrorist websites and chat-rooms, and spreads across social media all over the world. They also have high techs and outrages skill to communicate via an “end-to-end”...

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The Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle to Support Counterterrorism in Indonesia: A Case Study at 51st Air Squadron in 2016-2018

  • Afirus Nurul Fuadi
  • Widya Setiabudi Sumadinata
  • Dadan Suryadipura
Several cases in dealing with terrorism in Indonesia involve utilization of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) operation from 51st Air Squadron.  However, the use of UAV in counter-terrorism operations is controversial in general, particularly weighing between the effectiveness of the results achieved and...

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Can the Concept of Terrorism Be Understood Objectively?

  • Arfin Sudirman
  • Nuning Kurniasih
This article examines the discourses of the term politically-driven terrorism and how it can be defined objectively. By using library research, this paper argues that it is necessary for those who study on terrorism to add the word global in terrorism concept to describe the pattern of transnational...

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Prevention of Radicalism and Terrorism in Indonesia Through Law Enforcement in Terrorism Law

  • Sugianto
  • Ahmad Rofi'i
To protect its citizens from terrorism, the Indonesian government formulated a law to eradicate the act of terrorism. One of the reasons behind the birth of the Act was the bombing tragedy at Sari Club and Paddy's Club, Kuta Legian, Bali on October 12, 2002. This research aims to analyze the prevention...

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Going Beyond the «Killer Robots» Debate: Six Dilemmas Autonomous Weapon Systems Raise

  • Anzhelika Solovyeva
  • Nik Hynek
The debate on and around “killer robots” has been firmly established at the crossroads of ethical, legal, political, strategic, and scientific discourses. Flourishing at the two opposite poles, with a few contributors caught in the middle, the polemic still falls short of a detailed, balanced, and systematic...

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For the World, for Me or for Us? The European Development Aid Regime

  • Kenneth Thomas Stiller
Whereas poverty eradication is the primary official purpose of development aid disbursed by the EU, an analysis of official development assistance (ODA) flows between 1995 and 2014 suggests that recipients’ needs are even less salient for aid by the EU than for the bilateral aid dispersed by its member...

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The IS and Attacks on the Oil and Gas Sector in Iraq

  • Lukáš Tichý
Attacks on energy sectors are an important part of the strategy of Islamist militant and terrorist organisations such as Al Qaeda and its offshoots or the Taliban. In connection with this, this article focuses on the attitude of the global Islamist terrorist group the Islamic State (IS) with regard to...

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Central Europe on Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Positions and Responses

  • Tetiana Sydoruk
  • Dmytro Tyshchenko
The article analyses the positions of the Visegrad Group and the Baltic countries on the Russia-Ukraine conflict that erupted in 2014. The public discourse about the Russian-Ukrainian conflict is affected by the following main factors in these countries: historical heritage, concern for their own safety,...

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Identifying the Continuity Patterns in the Contemporary U.S. Defence Planning

  • Guillem Colom-Piella
  • José Antonio Peña-Ramos
  • Evelana Zhykharava-Salodkaya
The article is aimed at analysing the U.S. contemporary defence and military planning from the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA), developed in the 1990s and consolidated during the War on Terror, to the Third Offset Strategy that will guide the Pentagon’s efforts until 2030. It will be argued that...

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Recalibration of Turkish Foreign Policy During AKP Era

  • Blendi Lami
Since the Justice and Development Party came to power, Turkey has taken another direction in the international scene, based primarily on the ideas of Ahmet Davutoglu, architect of Turkish foreign policy. Different from Turkey's conduct during the Cold War, Davutoglu developed a new foreign policy with...

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Schengen in Crisis? Why Subjective Critique Matters

  • Markéta Votoupalová
Recently, predictions about the potential end of Schengen cooperation have multiplied. The extraordinary number of refugees coming into the EU is generally understood as the root of the problems within Schengen because the external borders were not prepared to manage such a strain. At the same time,...

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China's South Asia Policy under Xi Jinping: India's Strategic Concerns

  • Vinay Kaura
China has always been interested in enlarging its economic and political influence in South Asian geopolitics. Several factors are responsible for China’s long-lasting interest in the region. China’s policy towards South Asia has been a combination of unique bilateral relationships, characterised by...

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Contextualising the Fulani-Herdsmen Conflict in Nigeria

  • Kingsley Emeka Ezemenaka
  • Chijioke Egwu Ekumaoko
This article examines President Muhammadu Buhari's role in the long-running conflict between Fulani herdsmen and farmers in Nigeria. Having attained the rank of fourth-deadliest terrorist group in the world, the attacks of Fulani herdsmen on Nigerian farmers and vice versa are gaining international coverage,...

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Lessons from Occupy Diraz: The Role of Velayati Twelver Activism in the Bahraini Occupy Space Movement.

  • Vladimir Remmer
A social movement exists in space. The relation between a social movement and space offers unique perspective into that social movement itself. Several dimensions of that relation can be observed in Occupy Diraz. It occupied a space that symbolised the movement's grievances; by occupying a space continuously,...

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The European Public Prosecutor’s Office as a New Form of Institutional Judicial Cooperation among EU Member States

  • Jiří Jelínek
This article will discuss Council Regulation (EU) 2017/1939 of 12 October 2017 on the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office. This project is a significant demonstration of the unification of European criminal law and the redirection from the traditional judicial cooperation among individual...

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