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Jurnal Pertahanan
ISSN : 20879415     EISSN : 25499459     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
Jurnal Pertahanan is published quarterly in April, August and December, it aimed to provide research articles in order to have a significant implication to the world of defense strategy. The Journal's primary objective is to bridge the gap between theory and practice in defense studies. Every article contains empirical results, research methods, managerial implication and latest references from primary sources. The Journal is highly relevant to all professionals, directors, managers, entrepreneurs, professors, academic researchers and graduate students in the field of international defense strategy studies. Jurnal Pertahanan published articles on international defense strategy and defense managements. Topics with theoretical or practical appeal or a mixture of both. Jurnal Pertahanan publishes scientific work of military, academics and observers in the common defense strategy and defense management.
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Articles 190 Documents
MANAGEMENT OF PANCASILA AND CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION IN THE PREVENTION AND HANDLING OF RADICALISM AND TERRORISM IN THE STATE DEFENSE SYSTEM Mukhtadi Mukhtadi; Arief Prayitno; Arief Rachman; Putra Sang Fajar El Harry
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 8, No 1 (2022)
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Radicalism and terrorism have become a world problem including in Indonesia and become a serious threat to the country's defense system, there are need are global cooperation in the handling of radicalism and terrorism. Indonesia based on Law No. 20 of 2003 Article 37 paragraphs (1) and (2) on the National Education System mentions that Citizenship Education must be contained in the basic education curriculum, secondary education, and higher education. This research aims to find out, how is the prevention and handling of radicalism and terrorism in Indonesia and how is the management strategy of Pancasila, and Citizenship Education in the prevention and handling  radicalism and terrorism in Indonesia.  This study uses a combination research method, of digging data with questionnaires distributed through a google form, and links shared through email messaging facilities and WhatsApp in a chain. The survey was conducted to see how Pancasila and Citizenship Education play on radicalism and terrorism and to explore data from various sources, documents, and journals related to the research focus. The results of the study showed that Pancasila and Citizenship Education played a significant role in the prevention and countermeasures of radicalism, terrorism reached 99%.   The results of this study are expected to be one of the input materials for the relevant parties in taking policies on strategies to prevent and deal with radicalism and terrorism. It also encourages the involvement of the world of education and society towards Pancasila and Citizenship education and implements it in the life of the nation and state.
Indo-Pacific Security Concept: Format and Constraints Syaiful Anwar
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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Indo-Pacific Security Concept is a new initiative, proposed by several parties, linking the regions within the eastern part of Indian Ocean and the western part of Pacific Ocean. There is an expectation that the new architecture can contribute to facilitate communication among members to maintain a peaceful and stable region. Based on the nature of the region, the new architecture can also facilitate the practical cooperation for maritime security. However, several parties also concern that various challenges will emerge in building this new architecture. Indonesia, located at the centre of this region, can play an important role in accomodating the interests of the parties involved.
Blue Ocean Strategy in Managing Maritime Security Sapto J. Poerwowidagdo
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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The impact of the extension of the sea area of Indonesia, the biggest archipelagic state, is the bigger task of the Indonesian Navy and the other institutions and stake holder of the maritime security. The overlapping of the responsibility and authority in the maritime security tasks, pushes the Indonesian Navy in optimizing its main task. In the scope of the Maritime Domain Awareness, the Blue Ocean Strategy might be considered in managing an integrated maritime security by using Revolution in Navy Affairs in the Indonesian sea-power building
Maritime Boundary Management and Border Area to Increase Sovereignty Indonesian Djalal, Hasjim
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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With the acceptation of UNCLOS 1982 by countries in the world, the Indonesia’s sovereign territories from the sea and the air have been increased ten times; hence, the Indonesian authorities on natural resources and other authorities have been widened dramatically. To use the widened and varied of natural resources, and to defend the unity of territories and the rights of Indonesian from the sea and the air, besides on the land, it needs a clear state’s boundaries on land and maritime border, seabed, and the air, and the increased ability of law enforcement and state’s defense that is widened and varied.
Strategic Interest Projection in South China Sea Conflict Iswardani, Denik
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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This article attempts to analyze the theoretical overview of China, United States of America, and Southeast Asia countries strategic interest in South China Sea conflict. This study is carried by projecting their national interest in South China Sea and analyzed them theoretically by using Balance of Influence Theory and Hedging Strategy. The purpose of this study was to analyze the strategy of Southeast Asian countries and extra regional powers (China and US) used to keep each other constructively and cooperatively engaged in the region and to promote rule and norm-based arrangements and principles that help them to achieve their national interest and deny intramural hegemony in South China Sea
South Cina Sea Maritime Security Dadang Sobar Wirasuta
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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Conflict South China Sea is a new road for obtaining natural resource, where some countries have conflicting claim over the Spratly Archipelago and Paracell. Indonesian Navy as a component of national strength participates in the application of national strategy into naval strategy and operationalizing in the diplomacy and multilateral exercises to enhance interoperability among navies in South China Sea region. Regional Maritime partnership is smart choice when regional stability is becoming the goal of all states to maintain regional security in South ChinaSea, Indonesian Navy need strong powerfull fleet for readiness, sea control and “world class navy” for peace in south China Sea
Radicalism Discourse Analysis on Online Sites in Indonesia Bonan Dolok Oktavianus Siagian; Arwin D.W. Sumari
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 2 (2015)
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In this research, it was done an analysis of radicalism within the online site which was ever blocked by the government, namely www.arrahmah.com. In this study, seven articles were taken as samples. The study could also classify the radicalism in three (3) levels and categorizing the threat of sites in three categories based on the understanding of experts associated with the applicable rules and theories. The conclusion taken from this study is the www.arrahmah.com a very dangerous site, because the www.arrahmah.com site contains radicalism in all levels and If associated with the national security, then www.arrahmah.com site becomes a threat to Indonesia’s national interests which are written within the 2008 R.I defense white book, whether at absolute, vital, or primary level.
Security Strategy at Indonesia Archipelagic Sea Lane Hadi Pranoto; Amarulla Octavian
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 2 (2015)
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This research aims to describe the implementation security strategy of Indonesia Warship Western Command Fleet in Indonesia's archipelagic sea lanes, will be dealing abuses and sea crimes. This research used a qualitative method with descriptive approach, research data from interviews and documents. The results is security strategies Indonesia's archipelagic sea lanes using a choke point control patterns to support the readiness of Indonesia Warship capabilities, which are limited and need to increase surveillance capabilities vessel with technological developments and increased cooperation with agencies to be able to realize its strategy of securing Indonesia's archipelagic sea lanes
Competitiveness to Support the National Defense System Setia, Adang; Purwowidagdo, Sapto J.
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 2 (2015)
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The purpose of this research is to identified competitiveness Indonesian Aerospace Inc. (IAe) to support the national defense system. This research is a descriptive with qualitative interview as method and using the theory of reference are: (1) Five Forces Porter; (2) Design School Mintzberg; (3) Core Competence and Resource base strategy. IAe is currently on the process of organizational transformation, the finding also suggest competitiveness can be said to be low. But there is a potential factor that causes IAe competitive advantage in the industry to improve the future development IAe and contribute to the realization of the national defense system.
National Security Systems on The Threat Perception Index Tobing, Victor; Muradi, Muradi
Jurnal Pertahanan: Media Informasi ttg Kajian & Strategi Pertahanan yang Mengedepankan Identity, Nasionalism & Integrity Vol 1, No 2 (2015)
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This study focused on five variables threat perception, in the strategic decision making process. This study uses a quantitative approach to threat perception index and analytic hierarchy process method. Threat perception index variables: changes in global power mapping, strategic environment with high ambiguous, the political system in the country, domestic and violations of socio-cultural norms. The results of this research: (1) variable political system in the country, domestic and social culture of critical signals violation of norms derived from the analytic hierarchy process can be used as the basis for establishing the national security system; (2) The threat perception index in international relations

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