Global Maritime Fulcrum and the New Eurasia: Opportunity and Challenge for Indonesia
- Sugiarto Pramono, Liu Changming
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- Sugiarto Pramono
Available Online April 2019.
- Global Maritime Fulcrum (GMF), New Eurasia, One Belt One Road (OBOR)
- Huge of economy growth push China expands energy and market, technically China revival new Silk Path through the One Belt One Road Policy (OBOR) initiative. With OBOR China drives the Rise of New Eurasia and make this region become alternatives for US-Europe trade relations. On other hand Indonesia with Global Maritime Fulcrum (GMF) in China perspectives especially and Eurasia generally has very strategic geographical position for at least reinforce New Eurasia through sea line and as the Eurasia liaison with the world (mainly US, Japan and Australia that politically opposite with China interest). In this new global power structure as implications from the Rise of China, Indonesia has opportunity and challenge mainly as middle power. On one hand Indonesia find at least: (1) market (new Eurasia) with cheap access because the OBOR and GMF line; (2) push its economic growing as consequences of market expansion; (3) find its role as Sea Power so that push its bargaining position in international area; on other hand Indonesia also become (1) trade destinations from others countries mainly China easier; so that (2) dependence toward China politically. In this new world power structure Indonesia must has ability for stand on its position as state that has free active foreign policy. Indonesia should be (1) push productivity; (2) able to exploit Eurasia's new market; (3) reinforce its position between two great power (China and US); and (4) create the Rise of Indonesia.
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TY - CONF AU - Sugiarto Pramono AU - Liu Changming PY - 2019/04 DA - 2019/04 TI - Global Maritime Fulcrum and the New Eurasia: Opportunity and Challenge for Indonesia BT - 3rd Annual International Seminar and Conference on Global Issues (ISCoGI 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/55916176 ID - Pramono2019/04 ER -