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Process and problems of the international adoption in surrogacy cross-border practices in India.
OBJECTIVE To identify the problems associated with the international adoption process of the cross-border surrogacy practice and to describe its problems. METHODS The research employed secondaryExpand
Human Rights Concerns in Indonesia’s Counterterrorism Policies: The Emergence of a Domestic Security Dilemma in Indonesia’s Densus 88 Security Posture
The counterterrorism policies of Indonesia have led the community to perceive the government as both protectors of human rights, but fear possible oppressions at the same time. The recorded figuresExpand
US and the Lawless Age of ‘War on Terror,’ Contextualizing the Ubiquity of Torture Practices
Though inarguably condemned in practice, the practice of torture conducted by state entities remains a common narrative in the human rights discourse. Though commonplace worldwide, such practicesExpand
The Implications of Changing Maritime Security GeoStrategic Landscape of Southeast Asia Towards Indonesia’s “Jokowi” Contemporary Foreign Policy
This study intends to expose Indonesia’s national interest and foreign policy response towards the waning power of the United States (US) and the rise of China’s power and dominance in SoutheastExpand
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INDONESIA'S LEADERSHIP ROLE IN ASEAN: HISTORY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
Indonesia is perceived as a natural de facto leader of the International Organization of ASEAN since its establishment in 1967. Myriad factors have contributed towards this highly regarded positionExpand
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Obama’s Legacy of Unfinished Businesses: Coercive Rhetoric and the Defiance of American Exceptionalism
The article explores the legacy of Obama’s foreign policy based on the administration’s engagement towards the defined ‘core’ foreign policy regions, aimed to renew the contemporary AmericanExpand
ASEAN Political-Security Community: Challenges of establishing regional security in the Southeast Asia
Throughout the post-World War 2 history, Japan has looked on as a passive observer of the events happening in the Korean peninsular despite the peninsula’s geographical proximity and undeniableExpand
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The Surfacing of Great Power Rivalries in The Indian Ocean: Indonesia’s Urgency to Empower The Indian Ocean Rim Association
The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world’s oceanic divisions. As a critical sea trade route marked with the presence of strategic chokepoints such as the Strait of Hormuz, Strait ofExpand
China’s Assertiveness in the South China Sea: Have ASEAN’s Endeavors in Establishing Regional Order Truly Failed?
The territorial disputes in the South China Sea have become the major flashpoints of both potential and existing conflicts in Asia. With claimant states from both China and member states of ASEAN,Expand
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