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WIMAYA: Interdisciplinary Journal of International Affairs
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27223760     DOI : https://doi.org/10.33005/wimaya.v1i02
WIMAYA is an international scholarly journal devoted to international affairs. Published twice a year by the International Relations Department, Pembangunan Nasional Veteran East Java University, the journal aims to promote the importance of interdisciplinary approach to analyze various international issues. The journal welcomes empirical and theoretical research articles that seek to cut across disciplines in order to capture the complexity of a phenomenon. Regardless the topic or methodology, the primary focus must be international affairs. We particularly encourage research articles that tackles global-local dynamics. The editors also welcome discursive book reviews that contribute to the literature.
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Chinese Students in Thai Higher Education Institutions and the Transformation of Graduate Migrant: Characteristics, Practices, and Transitional Migration Sivarin Lertpusit
WIMAYA Vol 3 No 01 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/wimaya.v3i01.63

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This research article entitled "Chinese students in Thai higher education institutions and the transformation of graduate migrant: Characteristics, practices, and transitional migration" aims to clarify two objectives. Firstly, to analyze the determinants that motivate Chinese students to enroll in Thai higher education institutions and, secondly, to examine the particular characteristics and patterns of status involved in transitioning from student to graduate labor. Mixed research methods from in-depth interviews and questionnaires are employed in gathering and analyzing the finding. Criticizing Human capital theory, Chinese students in Thailand intend to invest in the Thai language to escalate their socioeconomic status. However, the popularity of the Thai language over the Vietnamese and Myanmese languages, which share a higher trading volume with Yunnan and Guangxi, represents the significance of Thai soft power through social media and healthier cultural linkage. Lastly, the length of stay among transforming Chinese workers depends on individual contentment. Applying social field theory, their economic capital mainly motivates short-term migrants. However, the pursuit of social and cultural contentment is the principal motivating factor attracting graduate migrants to reside long-term in Thailand.
State’s Repression toward INGO: the Dismissal of Médecins Sans Frontieres from Ethiopia Kholifatus Saadah; Aqbil Faza Dyarsa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/wimaya.v3i01.65

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The primary purpose of humanitarian-based INGOs is to provide and distribute assistance to those who could not get it. One of the INGOs engaged in this field and is quite successful in the international constellation is Medecins Sans Frontieres, often called Doctors without Borders. Humanitarian INGOs generally have a noble mission and have no mission to engage in the host country's political dynamics. However, the noble mission became a boomerang when MSF became one of the INGOs who worked to save the famine in Ethiopia. MSF has a noble mission, but the Ethiopian government has another mission that aggravates the condition of hunger in Ethiopia. As INGOs sought to be neutral, MSF decided to remain silent and take no steps relating to the political constellation of one of the world's poorest countries. Things got worse when MSF realized that one of their programs was being misused by the government to blackmail the guerrilla groups in the north. MSF could no longer remain silent and objected to any Ethiopian government policy related to them, resulting in the dismissal of all MSF members from Ethiopia at the end of 1986. This paper will explain the weak position of NGOs toward state, the main reason of the dismissal. The authors will be using the qualitative method by explaining the history about MSF and NGOs in the perspective of state which resulted the justification of the weak position of NGOs itself.
Joe Biden Intervention in the Russian Invasion Effort Against Ukraine Hardi A; Desy Nur Shafitri; Annisa Ernianda; Anggi Putri
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/wimaya.v3i01.66

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The protracted conflict between Russia and Ukraine since 2014 has reached an unpredictable peak of tension. The military invasion of Russia on February 24, 2022, overwhelmed Ukraine in the face of attack. Randomly bombed facilities caused thousands of civilians to lose their homes and lives. Initially, this conflict was caused by the seizure of the territory of the Crimean Peninsula. The conflict spread to the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), ending in a difficult situation to control. Primarily when the United States officially provided military assistance to Ukraine during the conflict. In explaining this article, the author will use the Infra State-War Theory, the Concept of Military Intervention, and the Rational Actor Model Theory with a qualitative approach and descriptive research methods. This study's results aim to analyze the continuation of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The author will look at the evolution of the intervention of the United States in the era of Joe Biden's leadership in three phases of discussion. First, this article will elaborate on the origin of the conflict over the territory of the Crimean Peninsula. Second, it describes the interventions that have been carried out by the United States before. Third, this article will explain and analyze how the United States intervened during the leadership of Joe Biden.
Resource Extraction Developmentalism and the Coal Industry Across the Indonesian Archipelago: to the Benefits of Whom? Jasmine Savitri
WIMAYA Vol 3 No 01 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/wimaya.v3i01.67

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Over the years, the government of Indonesia has relied on different natural resources as its income generator. Although oil is still a main contributor, coal has increased significance that the business is growing rapidly. The government of Indonesia even promoted the industry’s expansion through legal means, The 2020 Amendment of Coal and Mineral Mining Law, which lays the foundation of its down streaming. Despite domestic and international outcry for a more aggressive response towards climate crisis, Indonesia’s coal industry is ever flourishing and yet to face its end. Nonetheless, local and marginalized communities have to bear its various negative consequences and the environment is facing even further degradation, while a few elites live off of the benefits.
European Union’s Securitization and Favoritism Phenomenon: Lesson Learned from the 2015 Europe’s Migrant Crisis Firsty Chintya Laksmi Perbawani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/wimaya.v3i01.68

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This research article aims to portray the phenomenon of how Europe’s perspective and attitudes toward migration. Race, culture, and politics all play a prominent role in Europe’s reception of migrants. This article precisely focused on the role of the European Union (EU) during the 2015 migrant crisis. As Europe faced the struggle where 1.3 million refugees and migrants illegally entered Europe by the sea in 2015, compared to roughly 200,000 in 2014. The author argues that European countries have responded to the issue discordly, with some welcoming migrants and others rejecting them. This article founds the reasons, namely: (1) securitization within the EU, i.e., raising the issue of migration as a “matter of European security”; and (2) the phenomenon of favoritism, as evidenced by selective solidarity, racism, and anti-immigrant rhetoric. This article attests that both securitization and favoritism culture in Europe must be recalculated and used as lessons learned so that there is no bias in allowing forthcoming migrants and so that the EU continues to exist.
Teaching to Transgress: Education as The Practice of Freedom by Bell Hooks Astri Buana Napitupulu
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/wimaya.v3i01.69

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The ISIS Reader: Milestone Texts of the Islamic State Movement by Haroro J. Ingram,Craig Whiteside, and Charlie Winter Prihandono Wibowo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33005/wimaya.v3i01.70

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