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Jurnal Global dan Strategis

ISSN 1907-9729

Vol. 9 / No. 2 / Published : 2015-07

Order : 8, and page :293 - 308

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Original Article :

Diplomasi soft power indonesia melalui atase pendidikan dan kebudayaan

Author :

  1. Sartika Soesilowati*1
  1. Dosen Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik

Abstract :

This research discusses the implementation of Soft Power Diplomacy through international  education  exchange.  How  does  actually  the  strategies  and character of this diplomacy? To what extend does the educational  diplomacy enhance the national interest? What are the challenge, effort and opportunity to implement this type of diplomacy? This study strengthens the argument that there  is  relations  directly  or  indirectly  between  the  implementation  of  educational  diplomacy  and  the  purpose  of  national  interest.  This  article  also argues  that  soft  power  diplomacy  reinforces  the  significance  of  'new diplomacy'  or  'neo  diplomacy'.  This  form  of  diplomacy  involving  various actors,  and  hence    inclusiveness  in  the  process  of  diplomacy  is  now  needed. However,  there  are  still  some  weakness  and  challenge  that  hamper  to maximise the result. In order to explain more detailed this study conducts the case of Education and Cultural Attache of Indonesia in Manila, Philippines.

Keyword :

Education, Soft Power Diplomacy, Attache,

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