People Innovation Excellence
 

INDONESIA’S FOREIGN POLICY (4 Credits)

Learning outcomes:

On successful completion of this course, student will be able to: Identify basic concepts and relevant approaches in foreign policy analysis; Describe general theories of geopolitics, power and bureaucracy in foreign policy analysis; Describe special factors of Indonesia’s foreign policy, such as the historical contexts, ideological roles, democratic factors, and the role of Islamic identity; Explain Indonesia’s foreign policy in bilateral, regional, multilateral, security and defense, economic relations, non-traditional security, and transnational issues.

Topics:

  1. Introduction to Foreign Policy Analysis and Foreign Policy in International Relations;
  2. Level of Analysis in Foreign Policy Decision Making;
  3. Understanding models of decision making in Foreign Policy Analysis I;
  4. Understanding models of decision making in Foreign Policy Analysis II;
  5. Factors Affecting Foreign Policy Decisions;
  6. Public Opinion , Media and Foreign Policy;
  7. Impact of International Politics to Indonesia’s Foreign Policy;
  8. Bebas Aktif (Independent and Active) Foreign Policy;
  9. Geopolitics and Foreign Policy;
  10. Indonesia’s Geopolitics and Foreign Policy;
  11. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy under Soekarno-Hatta Administration;
  12. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy under Soeharto Administration;
  13. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy under BJ Habibie and Abdurrahman Wahid Administration;
  14. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy under Megawati Soekarnoputri Administration;
  15. Indonesia’s New Foreign Policy under SBY Administration :‘Thousand  friends zero enemy’;
  16. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy under Joko Widodo Administration;
  17. Islam, Politics and The state in Indonesia;
  18. Islam and Indonesian Foreign Policy Under Sukarno, Soeharto and post Soeharto;
  19. Democracy in Indonesia’s Foreign Policy;
  20. Indonesia and Foreign Relations : Bilateral Context;
  21. Indonesia and Foreign Relations : Regional Context;
  22. Indonesia and Foreign Relations : Multilateral Forum;
  23. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Strategic Issues 1  (Security);
  24. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Strategic Issues 2 (Economic);
  25. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy Strategic Issues 3;
  26. Indonesia’s Foreign Policy in Transnational Issues : Climate Change.

 


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