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This book examines energy security as one of nontraditional issues that are strategic for Indonesia's foreign policy. It argues that energy has not been considered as a strategic commodity in the foreign policy to support the effectiveness of Indonesia's diplomacy at the regional and international levels. International and outward looking perspectives have not been much visible both in the policy and political realities. Since foreign policy is a reflection of domestic politics under the influence of international developments, this study focuses its analysis on the domestic and international aspects of the energy security issues.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book examines energy security as one of nontraditional issues that are strategic for Indonesia's foreign policy. It argues that energy has not been considered as a strategic commodity in the foreign policy to support the effectiveness of Indonesia's diplomacy at the regional and international levels. International and outward looking perspectives have not been much visible both in the policy and political realities. Since foreign policy is a reflection of domestic politics under the influence of international developments, this study focuses its analysis on the domestic and international aspects of the energy security issues.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25.05.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789811044212
  • Artikelnr.: 53057792
Autorenporträt
Athiqah Nur Alami is a researcher at the Research Centre for Politics - the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. She has primary academic interests in foreign policy issues, particularly the case of Indonesia, and reinforces her interest on Gender in International Relations. In 2003, she completed her undergraduate degree in International Relations at the Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta. She then pursued her Graduate Studies in International Affairs (GSIA) from 2008-2009 at the Australian National University, Canberra.

Ganewati Wuryandari is a senior researcher and the head of the Research Centre for Regional Resources - the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (P2SDR-LIPI). Her academic interests are in the fields of international politics, Indonesian foreign policy, Indonesia-Australia relations, Indonesia-Timor Leste relations, and borders. She has published many books and academic papers which relate to her academic interests. She also serves on the editorial boards of various academic political journals. She achieved her undergraduate degree from the Faculty of Social and Political Studies, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, in 1987. She then obtained her M.A. degree in International Relations at the Department of Politics, Monash University, Melbourne, in 1994, and her Ph.D degree in 2006 at the Discipline of Asian Studies, University of Western Australia, Perth.

RR Emilia Yustiningrum is a researcher at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Jakarta, Indonesia. Her research focuses on international politics, foreign policy, humanitarian diplomacy, the politics of disaster, disaster management, community resilience to natural disasters, and climate-related natural disasters. She achieved undergraduate degree on International Relations at the Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia in 2002 with cum laude honour. Then she achieved a M.A. degree in Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA) from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, in 2009.

Nanto Sriyanto is a researcher at the Research Centre for Politics - the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. His research interest is in international politics, especially foreign policy and international security. He also focuses on regional security issues, especially on the South China Sea issue and regional institution. Nanto completed his M.A. in International Relations at the University of Queensland. He has published several books on non-traditional security issues in relation to Indonesia's foreign policy and also serves on the editorial board of some journals including the Jurnal of Indonesian Political Science Association (AIPI).

Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1 Indonesia's Foreign Policy And Energy Security Issues: The Missing Link In The Indonesia's Energy Sector.- 1.1 Energy Security And Foreign Policy In The Study Of International Relations.- 1.2 The Global Constellation Of Energy Security Issues.- 1.3 Energy Security Issues In Indonesia.- 1.4 Structure Of The Book.- Chapter 2 The Dynamics Of Energy And Policy Issues In Indonesia.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Energy Situation In Indonesia.- 2.3 Energy Problems In Indonesia.- 2.4 Indonesia's Energy Policy.- 2.5 Direction And Trends In Indonesia's Energy Policy.- 2.6 Conclusion.- Chapter 3 Players In The Energy Management Sector In Indonesia: Roles And Interests.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Condition Of Indonesia's Energy Sector In The 2000s.- 3.3 Institutionalization Of Energy After The Changing Regulations.- 3.4 Dynamics Of The Energy Sector: Roles Of New Players.- 3.5 Conclusion.- Chapter 4 Indonesia In The Asia Pacific Energy Market.- 4.1 Pendahuluan.- 4.2 Trends In The Asia-Pacific Energy.- 4.3 Energy Market In The Asia-Pacific Region.- 4.4 Indonesia In The Asia-Pacific Energy Market: Position And Opportunities.- 4.5 Potential For Energy Cooperation And Competition In Asia-Pacific.- 4.6 Conclusion.- Chapter 5 Roles Of Indonesia's Foreign Policy In Energy Security Issues.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 The Energy Diplomacy Of The Republic Of Indonesia.- 5.3 Foreign Policy And International Cooperation In Energy Security.- 5.4 Conclusion.- Chapter 6 Indonesia's Foreign Policy And Energy Security Issues: A Closing Note.- Index.- Appendices.- About The Authors.- List Of Figures.
Rezensionen
"The Book starts out with a review of the concepts of security issues and foreign relations, then much of the book outlines the background of the Indonesian energy sector. ... The book tends to focus more on the oil and gas sector and includes some coal sector material, with only a passing comment on renewables. This makes the Book useful for looking at the development of the Indonesian energy sector." (coalasia, Vol. 98, January - February, 2019)