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NILAI STRATEGIS ALIANSI INDONESIA DENGAN AMERIKA SERIKAT DALAM PENGAMANAN BLOK LAUT AMBALAT Yani, Yanyan M.; Montratama, Ian
Jurnal Penelitian Politik Vol 12, No 2 (2015): Politik dan Kebijakan Publik: Perspektif Teori dan Praktis
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian Politik

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (565.086 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/jpp.v12i2.542

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In globalization era, great powers pose more intense and wider influence toward other lesser states in the globe. Theoritically, Walt argues that medium and lesser states tend to align toward greater powers to have protection against threat. However, in practice, Indonesia keeps standing to become a neutral state that does not ally to any power blocks. This paper will examine the benefit for Indonesia to ally with the United States OF America in a case of securing the trouble water in Ambalat Sea Bloc.Keywords: globalization, great power, medium state, quasi-alliance, Ambalat Sea Bloc.
Bargaining: Revisi Teori Perimbangan Kekuatan dalam Hubungan Diplomasi Indonesia, Malaysia, Cina dan Amerika Serikat Montratama, Ian; Yani, Yanyan Mochamad
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 2 No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Departemen Hubungan Internasional, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Universitas Padjadjaran

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This article is aim to critisize the theory of balance of power and offer alternative strategy. For more than three centuries, Balance of Power (BOP) theory has served as the core of Realist. However, for lesser state that were facing stronger rivaling alliance power, BOP theory only serves two strategy options: Balancing and Bandwagoning. Both solutions are not fit for neutral lesser states, which should raise the needs for a newly engineered third strategy – that can increase relative power of lesser state, but keep its political neutrality. The third strategy is named Bargaining by Authors – that relies on strategic partnerships as diplomatic instrument.
Rekonstruksi Politik Luar Negeri Indonesia di Tengah Dinamika Lingkungan Strategis Indo-Pasifik Abad ke-21 Montratama, Ian
Intermestic: Journal of International Studies Vol 1 No 1 (2016): Inaugural Edition
Publisher : Departemen Hubungan Internasional, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, Universitas Padjadjaran

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Indo-Pacific region is the most dynamic region in the 21st century with the economic growth that exceeds the rest of the world. Increased prosperity of countries in the region is accompanied by an increase in the defense budget that leads to arms race. The phenomenon is due to the existence of a conflict of interests among countries in the region in various forms. Border dispute is the most sensitive issue that can escalated into armed conflict. Such prominent problem is the border dispute over the territorial waters between some ASEAN countries with China in the South China Sea (SCS). SCS dispute involving China, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, and Taiwan. This article presents an in-depth review of the foreign policy of the Indonesian government should play in the Global Maritime Nexus vision in dealing with the dynamics of the strategic environment in the Indo-Pacific region in the 21st century.
INDONESIA AND ASEAN IN 2025 Mochamad Yani, Yanyan; Montratama, Ian
Jurnal Dinamika Global Vol 3 No 02 (2018): Jurnal Dinamika Global
Publisher : Universitas Jenderal Ahmad Yani

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This essay is motivated by an interest in a particular aspect of Indonesian foreign policy. Indonesia’s foreign policy has been called upon to serve the goals of national development. The national development takes place within a regional and global environment. Indonesia’s most immediate environment is the sub-region of Southeast Asia, and for that reason the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which remains the cornerstone of Indonesian foreign policy. ASEAN Community is a continuing process. It will continue to promote the expansion and then deepening of the implementation of ASEAN Community Blueprints beyond 2015. ASEAN Community Vision 2025 was approved and signed at ASEAN Summit Meeting, 21 – 22 November 2015 in Kualalumpur, Malaysia. In the mean time for Indonesia itself, there are some impediments in the implementation of Indonesia’s maritime nexus will continue to hedge against the ASEAN Economic Community as well as the major powers interests, especially with RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership led by ASEAN but heavily influence by China and the Trans Pacific Partnership that once led by the United States of America and seems abandon in Donald Trump era. The study reveals that he strategic implication of the above possible development appeals the need of new approaches to Indonesia. Some basic assumptions can be derived from the foregoing examination of Indonesian foreign policy concepts, a changing Asian strategic environment, and uncertainties of interdependence. It may be reasonable to assume that Indonesia has the capability to increasingly strengthen linkages among defense, security, and foreign policy aspects which leads to an adequate Indonesian national security policy.