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ArtikelAssessing Indonesia’s Diplomacy on the Regional Conflict Management: Lessons from the South Thailand Conflict Settlement  
Oleh: Arifi
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah nasional
Dalam koleksi: Jurnal Ilmu Komunikasi vol. 09 no. 01 (2011), page 104-115.
Topik: Indonesia’s diplomacy; conflict management; the issue of Patani
Fulltext: ARIFI.pdf (159.03KB)
Isi artikelThis article illustrates the problems and the prospects for a comprehensive durable conflict settlement in South Thailand, and how far Indonesia has played its significant role in helping the said conflict settlement process. The fact shows the sources of contemporary conflict in South Thailand derive not only from the internal environmental factors, but also from the external enviromental factors, such as the growing influence of jihadist ideology in the regional and global arena. The conditions lead to the complexity of conflict issue and then attract the attention and concern of the international community. Indonesia has so far taken the lead in addressing conflict in South Thailand through a mediation approach at both the Track One (state actor) and Track Two (non-state actor) levels. The 2008 Bogor peace talks and the conflict mediation measures carried out by NahdlatulUlama and Muhammadiyah in this context are a milestone in the course of Indonesia’s total diplomacy. Indonesia is challenged to play a more active role in the quest for durable peace in the Southeast Asian region. Lessons learned from the past mediation process are expected to strengthen the Indonesia’s diplomacy in supporting the immediate settlement of the South Thailand’s conflict.
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