Indonesia's Role in Combating Terrorism in Southeast Asia Anti-Terrorism Law, International Law

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Dewa Gede Sudika Mangku
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9433-827X
Ni Putu Rai Yuliartini
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2688-1267

Abstract

Terrorism is not a new issue but is an increasingly important issue for ASEAN countries, including Indonesia. Indonesia's involvement in the fight against terrorism is not only to fulfill its obligations as part of the international community to jointly fight terrorism, but also to fulfill its national interests. Indonesia's foreign policy in handling this issue puts forward cooperation with other countries, especially in ASEAN. Where in this study aims to know more about Indonesia's role in combating terrorism in the Southeast Asian region and to better understand the obstacles faced by Indonesia in combating terrorism in the Southeast Asian region. To achieve these objectives, this study uses a type of normative research with descriptive qualitative research methods. The data collection technique was carried out using the library research technique. Where the data comes from books, articles, journals and other documents. The results of the research show that terrorism is a security problem and a cross-border problem so that cooperation between ASEAN countries is needed to eradicate terrorism in Southeast Asia through the ASEAN Convention on Counter Terrorism. Indonesia's role in eradicating terrorism by internal and external efforts carried out bilaterally and multilaterally. Given that terrorism is a transnational crime, in Indonesia's role in eradicating terrorism there are several obstacles and challenges. This challenge relates to the principles of consensus and non-intervention, domestic conflicts as well as differences in commitments and perceptions among ASEAN countries.

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Mangku, D. G. S., & Yuliartini, N. P. R. (2021). Indonesia’s Role in Combating Terrorism in Southeast Asia. Unnes Law Journal: Jurnal Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang, 7(1), 89-114. https://doi.org/10.15294/ulj.v7i1.43355
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Author Biographies

Dewa Gede Sudika Mangku, Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Dewa Gede Sudika Mangku is a Lecturer at the Law Department at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Singaraja Bali, Indonesia. The author obtained a law degree from Universitas Airlangga, a Master dan Doctoral degree from Universitas Gadjah Mada. The author is also active as the editor of several legal journals, including Ganesha Law Review, Jurnal Komunikasi Hukum, and Jurnal Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan Undiksha. Some of his most recent publications include: Indonesia's Role in Fulfilling the Right to Education Elementary and Intermediate in Border Areas (International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 2021), The Complexity of Determining Indicative Evidence in The Rape Criminal Act (Varia Justisia, 2021), The Personal Data Protection of Internet Users in Indonesia (Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University, 2021), and the Implementation of Technical Sub Committee Border Demarcation And Regulation (TSC-BDR) Agreement Between Indonesia-Timor Leste in The Resolution of The Land Border Dispute (IUS Jurnal Hukum dan Keadilan, 2020).

Ni Putu Rai Yuliartini, Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

Ni Putu Rai Yuliartini is a Lecturer at the Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Singaraja Bali, Indonesia. The author obtained his bachelor's and master's degree in law from Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia. Her areas of expertise include Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law. Some of her latest published works include: The Complexity of Determining Indicative Evidence in The Rape Criminal Act (Varia Justicia, 2021), Legal Protection of Women and Children from Violence in The Perspective of Regional Regulation of Buleleng Regency Number 5 Year 2019 (Jurnal Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan Undiksha, 2021), and Legal Protection for Women Victims of Trafficking in Indonesia in an International Human Rights Perspective (International Journal of Criminology and Sociology,  2020).

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