Indonesian National Defense and Security in Facing Non-Military Threat of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Authors

  • Imran Hasyim Student, Defense University, National Security Faculty, Peace and Conflict Resolution Study Program, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Anang Puji Utama Lecturer, Defense University, National Security Faculty, Peace and Conflict Resolution Study Program, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Bayu Setiawan Lecturer, Defense University, National Security Faculty, Peace and Conflict Resolution Study Program, Jakarta, Indonesia

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National Defense, Security in Facing Non-Military, Covid-19

Abstract

Defense and security are a straight line that cannot be separated. Method view, behave and make efforts in order to maintain resilience national security must harmonize defense and security movements. Don't look anymore problems partially. The root of the problem of this Covid-19 is health, so the response must be addressed from the health sector. reat authority for DKN and DPN must also be observant put people in that position so they work right away serve the people in situations that threaten national security. Whole field related stakeholders are under the coordination of DKN and DPN in dealing with pandemic and realizing national.  

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15-01-2022

How to Cite

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I. Hasyim, A. Puji Utama, and B. Setiawan, “Indonesian National Defense and Security in Facing Non-Military Threat of the Covid-19 Pandemic”, IJRAMT, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 70–72, Jan. 2022.

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