Kepentingan Geopolitik Amerika Serikat Dalam Usulan Pembentukan Alur Laut Kepulauan Indonesia Barat-Timur (Wardatul Marufah )

July 10, 2020
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  • 1. Title [Judul]: Kepentingan Geopolitik Amerika Serikat Dalam Usulan Pembentukan Alur Laut Kepulauan Indonesia Barat-Timur
  • 2. Creator [Pengarang/ penulis]: Wardatul Marufah
  • 3. Subject [Subjek dan kata kunci]: United States, Geopolitics, Indonesian Archipelagic Sea Lanes Passage
  • 4. Description [Abstrak] : The recognition of the conception of archipelagic states by international community makes Indonesia have obligation to provide right of passage for foreign ships and aircrafts called archipelagic sea lanes (ASL) passage or Alur Laut Kepulauan Indonesia (ALKI) I, II, and III. United States as one of the state with high level of intensity in the use of ALKI, then urges Indonesia to open new sea lanes passage called East-West Indonesian ASL. The purpose of this research is to explain the United States geopolitical interest in the proposal to establish an east-west indonesian ASL. This research uses an explorative method which data are taken from books, journals, websites, and valid news. The author uses the concept of geopolitics and national interest. The results of this research based on data analysis, United States Geopolitical Interest in the Proposal to Establish an East-West Indonesian ASL is an agenda to guarantee exercise a freedom of navigation operations in Indonesian Waters, United States tried to to shows the status of Indonesian water as an open sea that can be accessed and traversed by foreign ships and aircraft.
  • 5. Publisher [Nama Lembaga Kontributor]: Program Studi Ilmu Hubungan Internasional
  • 6. Contributor [Pembimbing, promotor, ilustrator, produser, dll.] : Frentika Wahyu R, S.IP, MA
  • 7. Date [Tanggal / tahun penciptaan atau penerbitan]: 2019
  • 8. Type: Artikel
  • 10. Right [Contoh: CCL, MIT, Open Document, dll.]: Document

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