Vol. II / No. 1 | January 2021
Sandy Nur Ikfal Raharjo (Researcher, Research Center for Politics – Indonesian Institute of Science [P2P-LIPI])
Yuni R. Intarti (Lecturer, Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia)
This article aims to briefly discuss the issues related to Indonesia’s land and maritime borders. The state border issue is not only based on the state security approach but also human security, as the dynamics at Indonesia’s borders also affect welfare, social conditions, and even legal protection for Indonesians residing around these areas. This article was then ended with a reflection on the management of human security issues at the Indonesian Border.
Keywords: agreement, border, conflict, indigenous people, transnational crime