Politik Kerjasama Keamanan Jepang dan Australia Tahun 2007-2012

Title Politik Kerjasama Keamanan Jepang dan Australia Tahun 2007-2012
Author(s) Achda Dary Faradisa
Dra. Siti Daulah Khoiriati, M.A.
Areas of Interest Global Politics and Security, ASPAC
Publisher Departemen Ilmu Hubungan Internasional Fakultas Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Gadjah Mada
Publishing Year 2016
Publishing Place Yogyakarta
Abstract/Notes This undergraduated thesis discusses the factors that led to the Japanese government determines Australia as a partner in the establishment of international security cooperation in 2007. Japan as the East Asian countries with strong economic ability feel a new threat emerged after the Cold War due to the international structural changes and the increasing economic and military power of its neighbor, China. Japan seeks to anticipate possible related threats that will emerge from the side of China in the Asia Pacific region by establishing a new security cooperation with Australia. Therefore, this undergraduated thesis aims to determine the factors that made Japan decide to choose Australia as a partner of the new security cooperation, Japan-Australia Joint Declaration on Security Cooperation. To see this, the authors used a qualitative method with the conceptual of Structural Realism and theory of external balancing and alliance.
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