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International of Journal Studies for Energy Affairs (JISEA)
Published by Universitas Pertamina
Journal of International Studies on Energy Affairs or known as JISEA is a scholarly periodical that publishes twice a year. JISEA is maintained by the International Relations Department at Universitas Pertamina, Jakarta, Indonesia. This journal was initiated in 2019 and its first edition was published in 2020. JISEA publishes research papers, technical papers, conceptual papers, and case study reports. As the first journal in Indonesia that concerned with international studies and energy, JISEA would like to enhance the study of international studies, especially in the energy field. Article manuscripts are published after a thorough peer-review process. JISEA works closely with scholars of international studies locally and globally, indicated by a range and variety of editorial members, peer reviewers, and authors. Accepted papers are in English only We welcome academics and practitioners to share their thought with us. other language articles, subject to translation cost prior to publication acceptance Spanning the gap between academic and policy approaches, JISEA offers policy analysts a place to pursue fundamental issues, and academic writers a venue for addressing policy. Major fields of concern include: Energy Security Energy Diplomacy International Political Economy of Energy Global Governance on Energy Actors in Global Energy JISEA is committed to a broad range of intellectual perspectives. Articles promote new analytical approaches, iconoclastic interpretations, and previously overlooked perspectives. Its pages encourage novel contributions and outlooks, not particular methodologies or policy goals. Its geographical scope is worldwide and includes security challenges in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Authors are encouraged to examine established priorities in innovative ways and to apply traditional methods to new problems.
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The Role Of Media In The United States Environmental Diplomacy: A Case Study Of Oil-Spill Disaster In Deepwater Horizon Film Verdinand Robertua; Immanuel Josua H. Silitonga
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss1.2021.30-53

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The Deepwater Horizon Oil-Spill is the most disastrous environmental pollution event in America's history. The film Deepwater Horizon, which takes the title exactly matches the name of the incident, explains the backgrounds of the catastrophe. This film shows that the accident occurred due to the negligence of British Petroleum as a company that manages the Deepwater Horizon rig. To reveal the role of the film in United States environmental diplomacy, the researcher will use the Deepwater Horizon film as a case study and the concept of environmental diplomacy as a unit and research analysis tool. This study uses qualitative research methods with data collection techniques, such as literature surveys and observations. This research argues that media is an essential component that plays a role in environmental diplomacy.
China’s Implementation of Panda Diplomacy in Indonesia: A Review of Constructivist Perspectives Arif Darmawan; Reza Desfarika Putri
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss1.2021.1-29

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Bilateral relations between China and Indonesia have increased in recent years. Indonesia considers as a strategic partner of China in Southeast Asia. The application of Panda Diplomacy is proof that China considers Indonesia as a friendly country that has a significant meaning. Through the application of Panda Diplomacy, China strives to show a face that is friendly and does not pose a threat to other countries. In this article, we will discuss how the implementation of Panda Diplomacy by China in strengthening bilateral relations between China and Indonesia which will analyze through a constructivist perspective. This perspective views that the performance of Panda Diplomacy is a diplomacy tool and a symbol of friendship to shape a better Chinese image and identity. Here Constructivists see that Panda Diplomacy is a form of symbolic interaction. In carrying out panda diplomacy, indeed, China Government has thought of any strategies that can help in smoothing their national interests. So, Constructivists see this as an ideational focus on intersubjective beliefs as ideas, conceptions, and assumptions. However, there are other interests that China wants to achieve through a close relationship with Indonesia.
The Peran Jaringan Advokasi Transnasional dalam Mendukung Gerakan Anti-Fracking di Inggris 2013-2019 Amelinda Fairuz Azura; Silvia Dian Anggraeni
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss1.2021.54-74

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The implementation of fracking activities in the United Kingdom that involves the pumping of water, chemicals, and sand underground to explore shale gas has caused several hazardous impacts. This situation has sparked protests from various kinds of demonstrators, both individuals and organizations. In response to the public objection to fracking activities, the British Government tended to fight back against the action. The detention of demonstrators ultimately created a pattern of limited advocacy among the public against the British Government. It has prompted an NGO called Friends of the Earth to start mobilizing these issues to the international realm by promoting principled ideas or norms to form a transnational network, aiming to influence national policy. The authors explain the transnational advocacy network's role in influencing British policy by applying the concept of Transnational Advocacy Network (TAN) from Margaret E. Keck and Kathryn Sikkink. Specifically, the role is analysed based on TAN’s strategies, namely Information Politics, Symbolic Politics, Leverage Politics, and Accountability Politics. The authors also use Constructivism Theory to explain how norms and ideas can influence national policy. This research uses qualitative methods with secondary data collection techniques to describe and interpret some relevant phenomena to become an integrated explanation.
The Islamic Environmentalism in Eco-Pesantren Initiatives: Integrating the Sustainable Development Values in Islamic Boarding School Sarah Anabarja; Ahmad Safril Mubah
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss1.2021.75-90

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The potential of Islamic environmentalism initiatives has been emerging in Indonesian Muslim society. The inclusion of sustainable development ideas into Islamic values has raised an increasing initiative of ‘Eco-Pesantren’. Following the numerous programs relating to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the country, the ‘Eco-Pesantren’ undertake the ideas by introducing environmental sustainability in their curriculum. This initiative is widely popular after some Islamic boarding schools or ‘pesantren’ in Java Island have successfully performed the value of sustainable development in their learning process. It is evident that sustainable development ideas are not the opposite of Islamic values, and the Islamic way of life can contribute to the environmental vision of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This article analyses the practice of sustainable development from an Islamic point of view by focusing particularly on environmental issues. To describe the ‘Eco-Pesantren’ programs, this article is divided into three sections. First, explaining sustainable development from Islamic perspectives. Second, portraying the growth of Islamic environmentalism in Indonesia and ‘Eco-Pesantren’ initiatives and the challenges faced by those initiatives. Finally, the conclusion of this study.
The Spillover Effect of the Consumerism Trap: Analyzing Nauru’s Resource Curse Phenomenon to Voluntary Simplicity Prescriptions for Nauruans Firsty Chintya Laksmi Perbawani
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss1.2021.91-104

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The flow of people and goods with the existence of globalization brought a new pattern of life. People tend to change their consumption pattern from fulfilling the basic needs to becoming consumerism; a behavior of buying goods and services that are more concerned with what is desired than what is needed. This phenomenon established a new problem called the consumerism trap; a dilemmatic situation in which we want to dismiss consumerism but the impact it causes is even more detrimental. The upcoming question will be about, is consumerism trap is increasingly escalated with globalization in this contemporary era? The author argues that globalization accelerates the pattern of consumerism. This paper portrays Nauru as the best example to support the author’s argument because it shows that Nauruans are complacent with their wealth of phosphate resources, then become lazy, dependent, and finally adopt a consumerism lifestyle. It made Nauruans trapped in spillover problems, like environmental degradation, obesity, financial flows by build shell banks, etc. To sum up, the era of globalization increasingly giving space for people to be trapped in the consumerism trap; moreover, society does not see the continued implications of consumerism. By analyzing Nauru, we learned how globalization accelerates consumerism and creating spillover effects for the country. At the end, the author gives a prescription to solve this problem by doing voluntary simplicity as the antithesis of consumerism.
The United States Motivation in Having Cyber Security Cooperation With China Devi Purwanti
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss1.2021.105-122

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The United States and China had conducted cyber cooperation since 2011. But in 2013, both states were involved in the cyber conflict that made the previous cyber collaboration had been ineffective. After that, in 2015, both states agreed to re-form cyber cooperation. This study aims to analyse the United States' motivation in conducting cyber partnerships with China using the cybersecurity concept. This research has discovered at the national level, the United States tried to achieve its information assurance through cyber defence strategy by strengthening collaboration. On the other hand, at the international level, norm construction through bilateral collaboration has made the United States become an impactful actor in international cybersecurity.

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