DIPLOMASI PERTAHANAN MALAYSIA DALAM UPAYA MITIGASI DI LAUT CHINA SELATAN (MALAYSIA DEFENSE DIPLOMACY IN MITIGATION EFFORT IN SOUTH CHINA SEA)

Ahmad Naufal

Abstract


Intrumen penting dalam hubungan luar negeri adalah kebijakan luar negeri
dalam membela kepentingan nasionalnya. Kepentingan Nasional Malaysia
menganggap pembelaan kepentingan nasional sebagai dasar kedaulatan dan
kemerdekaannya. Sejalan dengan itu, tujuan utama kebijakan Pertahanan
Negara adalah untuk melindungi dan mempertahankan kepentingan dan
wilayah Malaysia dari ancaman domestik dan luar negeri. Dalam penelitian ini
menyimpulkan bahwa malaysia adalah salah satu negara yang memiliki
masalah yang sangat dilematis karena kerjasama ekonomi Malaysia dengan
China begitu erat dan sangat menguntungkan Malaysia, namun di sisi lain
sengketa LCS membuat Malaysia menahan diri dengan melaksanakan
diplomasi lembut dengan berbagai pertimbangan demi hubungan kedua negara
tetap terjaga.

Keywords


kepentingan nasional; diplomasi pertahanan; kebijakan luar negeri

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33172/jdp.v7i2.726

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