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Islam dalam Politik Luar Negeri Singapura Riyanto, Sugeng; Cipto, Bambang; Warsito, Tulus; Surwandono, Surwandono
Jurnal Hubungan Internasional Vol 7, No 2 (2018): October
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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The Malay Moslem community is actually a minority group in Singapore, which consist 14.3%, while Chinese ethnic is a majority with 76%. The previous studies on minority in Southeast Asia such as Thailand, Philippines and Myanmar showed that mostly the Muslim minority was treated as marginal community and political pressure. This study is to seek whether the Malay Muslim in Singapore has been treated as well as it in neighbor or contrary Malay Moslem has a different position and role in Singaporean politics. Furthermore, in term of foreign policy, this study is going to find the influence of Moslem existance, whereas Singapore is well-known as a secular state. In Singaporean leader’s perspectives, Islam is a threat, as it has been shown in several communal riots during the early history of Singapore, pressure from Malaysia and Indonesia. This is a vulnerable situation for Singapore. Therefore, Singapore addressed moderate policies toward Moslem through accommodation of Islam with several Islamic friendly policies in the country, and accommodation of Malaysian and Indonesian interests. In the other hand, Singapore also anticipates the threat from neighbors through close relations with United States and its allies.
Dinamika Perempuan Berpolitik: Strategi Pengembangan Partai Keadilan Sejahtera di Era Reformasi Warsito, Tulus; Parmudi, Mochamad; Jatmika, Sidik
Sawwa: Jurnal Studi Gender Vol 13, No 2 (2018): Oktober
Publisher : Pusat Studi gender dan Anak (PSGA) Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/sa.v13i2.2826


Partai Keadilan Sejahtera (PKS) is a unique and phenomenal party, it was born from the womb of a social-religious movement named Jama'ah Tarbiyah which later morphed into an Islamic political party. The PKS social base is a middle-class, educated and young Muslim community. This research explores the strategy of developing PKS in Kebumen District from 1999 to 2014 in the dynamics of Indonesian Islamic politics. This research reveals the unique pheno­menon of PKS Kebumen's role in an electoral manner in the distribution of votes and seats in the Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah (DPRD). The method of approach uses pheno­menological studies. The results of this study are that PKS was born of an ideology or Islamic religious thought. His birth was acceptable to the community because PKS approached the community through collective actions such as; majlis ta'līm, social services, natural disaster assistance, channeling financial loan funds, establishing school buildings, and places of worship.
Supranational Governance in Changing Societies of European Union in the Last Decade WARSITO, TULUS
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 4, No 1 (2013): February 2013
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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As a supranational organization The European Union (EU) seems to compete the UN’s reputations.UNO has more members since its scope is worldly, but UN does not issue its own currency while EUhas Euro. The Euro is the second largest reserve currency as well as the second most traded currencyin the world after the United States dollar. The currency is also used in a further many Europeancountries and consequently used daily by some 332 million Europeans. Additionally, over 175 millionpeople worldwide - including 150 million people in Africa - use currencies which are pegged to theEuro. No other transnational organization has such a specific currency. Although not as a unifiedmilitary conventional power, EU has such a “Battlegroups” initiative, each of which is planned to beable to deploy quickly about 1500 personnel. EU forces have been deployed on peacekeeping missionsfrom Africa to the former Yugoslavia and the Middle East. EU military operations are supported by anumber of bodies, including the European Defense Agency, European Union Satellite Centre and theEuropean Union Military Staff. In an EU consisting of 27 members, substantial security and defensecooperation is increasingly relying on great power cooperation.Despite those organizational strengths,only 27 of 57 European states are members of EU. And only 17 of 27 EU state members are usingEuro is their official currency. One prominent EU member like British stay tough with their ownPound-sterling.This paper is set to learn more about: why as a Europe continent based organization,EU state members are still less than half of European states? And why only 17 EU state members areusing Euro as their official currency?