Aisya Muyassara Wisnugroho

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I am a bachelor student at Gadjah Mada University in Indonesia majoring in International Relations. I am Intellectually curious and readily engage socially, I embrace challenges and face risks without fear. My motivation to study International Relations is not only to broaden my knowledge and become globally aware geo-politically and culturally, but also to change my country, Indonesia, positively.

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International Law and the challenges in implementing UNCLOS: South China Sea Arbitration

The intensification of the South China Sea (‘SCS’) conflict throughout early 2024 between China and the Philippines includes a long history of disputes. It...

New Regionalism: Belt and Road Initiative and the Indo-Pacific Region

The Belt and Road Initiative (‘BRI’) represents the People’s Republic of China’s (‘China’) strategic economic and political interests in asserting its role as a...

South China Sea Conflict: Indonesia’s Goals and Strategies Through the ‘ABC Triangle Conflict Model’

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Indonesia’s Rice Dependence: An International Political Economy Perspective

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