M. Syamsurrijal
Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram, Mataram, Indonesia

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Peace strategies and approaches for resolving the conflict of terrorism in Indonesia M. Syamsurrijal; Riduan Mas’ud; Muhammad Muhajir Aminy
International journal of health sciences Special Issue IV
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53730/ijhs.v6nS4.10474


The end of the Cold War marked the shift of world threats from traditional military threats to asymmetric non-traditional threats of terrorism. Terrorist groups emerge with various backgrounds. Domestic political instability in the form of conflict and separatism to revenge motivation or being affected by the threat of terrorism in other countries. This research aims to analyze the strategy and approach of peace to resolve the terrorism conflict. The method used in this research is a literature review. The data sources in this study were taken from the Scopus database and several other databases such as Connected papers, Openknowledge maps, and Google Scholar to support this research. Then some data were taken from the news. The findings in this study emphasize that apart from the complex approach and the soft approach as an approach in resolving the conflict of terrorism, other approaches can be used as an alternative approach, namely the conflict triangle, where this approach has not been widely adopted in Indonesia.
The complexity of policy making in pandemic crisis: Harmonizing national policy with global prevention pandemic policy Riduan Mas’ud; M. Syamsurrijal
International journal of health sciences Special Issue VI
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.53730/ijhs.v6nS6.10478


The purpose of this paper is to investigate the complexity of policy making in the pandemic crisis in the current situation. How do the all countries make “trial and error” policy model in dealing with the dynamic changing environment. The administrative state's exclusive ability to guide and manage public policy and administration is increasingly being challenged in both developing and developed countries. The research approach is content review of official documents and online news from each continent, which is defined by a few nations, in order to get a broad image of how complicated policymaking is. This call identifies a slew of regional and global governance actors with sway over state administrative and policy decisions. The findings are there has been a proliferation of institutional procedures and policy-making mechanisms and beyond but frequently conflicting with conventional state policy processes of the government policy delivery. Upcoming Events Formal and informal institutions and actors, often in conjunction with national public administrations, but more often on their own, are at the heart of these policy processes. Multi-stakeholder ventures, global public-private partnerships, and global commissions are all examples of this.