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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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SEKTOR ENERGI ISIS SEBAGAI MATERIAL CAPABILITIES DALAM MENDIRIKAN ISLAMIC STATE BERDASARKAN PENDEKATAN ROBERT W. COX Faris Febrianto
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Department of International Relations Universitas Pertamina

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss2.2021.139-147

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ISIS merupakan kelompok teroris yang menguasai sebagian wilayah Irak dan Suriah yang dimana menargetkan sektor energi dalam berbagai serangannya untuk menguasai suatu sumber energi. Sementara itu, ISIS memanfaatkan sektor energi untuk mendorong sektor keuangannya agar dapat mendirikan dan mempertahankan Islamic State. Dalam artikel ini, penulis menggunakan metode kualitatif yang bertumpu pada internet-based research sebagai teknik pengumpulan data dan menggunakan pendekatan Robert W. Cox untuk analisis data. Artikel ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis sektor energi yang dikontrol oleh ISIS sebagai material capabilities dalam mewujudkan Islamic State berdasarkan pendekatan Robert W. Cox. Penulis menemukan bahwa ISIS memiliki kontrol atas kilang minyak bumi dan ladang gas alam di wilayah kekuasaannya sehingga memberikan kontribusi yang besar terhadap keuangan ISIS. Sektor energi tersebut juga mengakibatkan ISIS mampu mendirikan Islamic State dan menyuplai pasukan militernya untuk mempertahankannya. Melalui pendekatan Robert W. Cox, dapat disimpulkan bahwa sektor energi merupakan material capabilities yang dimiliki oleh ISIS untuk membangun power dan Islamic State.
Behind the Cancellation of Green Refinery Cooperation Between Pertamina and Eni: An Analysis of Domestic and Regional Aspects Muhammad Fauzi Abdul Rachman; Yanyan Mochamad Yani; Ian Montratama
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss2.2021.123-138

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Pertamina and Eni faced double strike problems. The Italian government did not grant the license for building Indonesian crude palm oil (CPO) based green finery to Eni-Pertamina as most Indonesian CPO producers do not possess RSPO certificates and the EU restricts the use of CPO. The policies resulted in opportunities loss for Pertamina and Eni in 2019. This qualitative paper examined the logical reasons behind the Italian government decision by two levels of analysis, domestic and regional locus. The finding shows that domestically, political circumstances among parties and figures, other than CPO commodities farmers, played a significant role in the cancellation. The historical instability in Italy domestic political situation also brought it closer to revocation. On another level, the ups and downs of Italy-the EU relations before and during Conte I and Conte II government were a regional reason behind it.
The Political Economy of Energy Alteration in Indonesia: The Role of Coal and Mineral in New and Renewable Energy Alteration Hartanto Hartanto
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss2.2021.148-164

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The world's energy sources have seen various transformations, with the majority first relying on biomass such as firewood to satisfy their energy demands, before transitioning to fossils such as coal, oil, and natural gas as a result of the industrial revolution. Indonesia, like other rising market nations, faces issues in satisfying its domestic energy demand. Dependence on fossil energy sources presents its own challenges. This study is focused on the constraints associated with green growth policy in East Kalimantan. The purpose of this paper is to address three questions: first, to reiterate the importance of developing more comprehensive energy transition strategies in Indonesia. This is accomplished by comparing data on the availability of energy sources to data on Indonesia's expanding energy demands. Second, how to establish an energy transfer policy that takes into consideration Indonesia's conditions and potentials, as well as the problems that must be solved. Third, how to position the mining and coal sector as a key component of the energy transformation process, especially given the long-term character of the transformation process, while reaching energy sufficiency is a problem that demands immediate attention. To discuss this, the author uses qualitative methods with case studies. The results showed that in general, a number of prerequisites need to be met to make coal and nickel a transitional element, namely: infrastructure, resources, economic aspects, and national energy policies. To increase the contribution of New and Renewable Energy in the National Energy Mix, there are still a number of problems and challenges, both from the policy and regulatory aspects to support the development of NRE, the aspect of providing accurate data, the financial aspect for developing NRE for private investors, and the aspect of providing technology and infrastructure to support private investment in the NRE sector.
Eco-Business Diplomacy: A Case Study of SMART and the European Union on Palm Oil Issue Verdinand Robertua; Raden Ariobimo Bayu Sontany
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss2.2021.179-197

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The European Union imposed tougher policy to Indonesia on palm oil trade due to sustainability issues. PT Smart Tbk is one of the biggest palm oil company in Indonesia. Due to the trade conflict between the European Union and Indonesia, PT Smart Tbk played its role in eco-business diplomacy. This research used primary data by interviewing representatives from PT Smart Tbk. The authors proposed the concept of eco-business diplomacy by combining the concept of environmental diplomacy and business diplomacy using the case study of PT Smart Tbk’s relationship with the European Union.
Talking about Ideal Civil-Military Relationship: Comparation Cases between Military in Indonesia and India in Dealing with Covid-19 Pandemic Atalia Eureka Putri Taju; Kholifatus Saadah
Journal of International Relations on Energy Affairs Vol 2 No 2 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51413/jisea.Vol2.Iss2.2021.165-178

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The relationship between civil and military has many dimensions, and this relationship may be ideal. This article uses Huntington and Feaver's preferences to explain the ideal civil-military relationship in India and Indonesia through case studies of handling the COVID-19 pandemic. The choice of the two countries was due to Indonesia and India showing the dynamics of the relationship between civilians and the military from being quite harsh to be ideal. The ideal civil-military relationship can be described as a military subject to civilian control. However, this does not mean that the civilian government has total power over the military; Instead, the control in question illustrates that the military is a professional institution and is ready to protect its citizens. Civilians no longer see the military as being in the position of who will guard the guardian, but how to control your guardian so that there is no escalation of conflict or coups between the military and civilians. Through these ideal civil and military relations, the military-assisted handling of the pandemic has yielded satisfactory results for both countries.

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