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Vol. 23 No. 2 (2022): July-December 2022

Sociae Polites published five articles in the edition of July-December 2022 (Volume 23, Number 2). The first article is titled "The Role of the Indigenous Elite in the 2017 Regional Head Election of Buru Regency" by Ahmad Bilal Tuhulele, Sri Yunanto and Usni Hasa. Tuhulele, Yunanto and Hasa elaborated their findings about the relevance of the theory of political participation in the case study of the 2017 Pilkada in Buru Regency.

The second article discussed about the ERIA’s contribution to ASEAN Infrastructure development. Nanda Sucita Putri and Denise Ann wrote the article titled “ERIA Contribution to Development of ASEAN Infrastructure Through Comprehensive Asian Development Plan (CADP). The authors found that the Comprehensive Asian Development Plan has helped the implementation of ASEAN Community pillars and infrastructure growth in ASEAN countries grow significantly.

The next article discussed about the problem of political crisis in Ethiopian and the exodus of refugees to neighboring countries including Sudan. Ahsani Maulinardi, Yon Machmudi and Sri Yunanto highlighted the humanitarian crisis in the border of Ethiopia and Sudan in the article titled "The Exodus of Ethiopian Refugees in Sudan: A Study of Roles and Responsibilities of Host Countries". Using the African Refugee Model, the authors elaborated  the eagerness of the Sudanese government to handle the refugees.

The fourth article is about the environmental issue in Jakarta. William Ciputra wrote the article titled "Action Plan of the Governor of DKI Jakarta in Facing Climate Change and Its Impact". Ciputra highlighted the implementation of Paris Agreement and the role of DKI Jakarta in implementing Paris Agreement. He concluded that there are many challenges that the DKI Jakarta must face in implementing Paris Agreement.

The next article is written by Leonard Hutabarat. Leonard Hutabarat discussed about the role South-South cooperation in Achieving SDGS using the case study of Indonesia. Indonesian diplomacy is expectetd to part of development cooperation form for restoring and  building back better in achieving the goals of SDGs 2030. The sixth article discussed about Labor Cooperation with Saudi Arabia. Leriche Venisha argued that te governments of Indonesia and Saudi Arabia have agreed on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the placement and protection of Indonesian Migrant Workers in Saudi Arabia.

The strategy to solve CoVID is addressed by Lubis and the team. Az-Zahra, Andrew Mugi Wiyasa, Hugo Adventio, Tisya Nazwa Safira Lubis written the article titled "Solving Indonesia's Health System Problem During Covid-19 Pandemic Through ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)". They proposed that Indonesia’s lack of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals products can be mitigated through ASEAN Medical Device Directives (AMDD) and policies created by the Pharmaceutical Product Working Group (PPWG).

Regarding the renewable energy issue, Adieuva Innocenthia, Yosinta Margaretha, Febri One, Junita Christine, Agnes Magdalena found that the European Union and China have competing issue on the trade of solar panel. In the article titled  "The European Union, China and Solar Panel", they urged the International Relations scholar to find the solution regarding the conflict between the European Union and China. 

The ninth article is titled "Virtual Hologram Learning As A Publishing Media Of Nusantara Culture, Study Case: Mabayang-Bayang Tradition In Sengkiding Village". In this article, Ni Made Dwi Anggirawati, Ni Luh Putu Agustin Kanya D, Ida Ayu Alit Srilaksmi, Komang Widya Kartika Sari proposed the new way learning namely virtual hologram to promote Nusantara Culture. The last but not the least, Bayu Novendra and Kania Jeniffer Wiryadi published their ideas regarding peatland conservation. In their article titled "STRICT LIABILITY: A SOLUTION TO HOLD PEATLAND DESTROYERS ACCOUNTABLE", they urged the Indonesia government to implement Strict Liability in the Indonesian law system.

Published: 2022-11-30


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