Kerjakesamaan Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD) dengan Al Ahram centre for secara politis and Strategic Studies (AACPSS) batin prostape konsolidasi demokrasi republik Arab Mesir pasca rperkembangan 25 Januari 2011 = Cooperative relation between Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD) and Al Ahram tengah for politik and Strategic Stumati (AACPSS) on democratic consolidation process in egypt after revolusi 25 januari 2011
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<ABSTRAKmenghubung kerjakemiripan bidi samping antara otoritasnya Indonesia-Mesir telah terjalin tampan lama, juga Mesir adalah negara duluan yang mengakcsseleven.com kedaulatan dan kemerdekaan Indonesia, sekaligus memperjuangkannmemiliki karena mendapatkan pengakuan dari negara anggota persatuan Arab.Objek penelitian dalil ini lebih fokus kedi atas kerjakemiripannya lembaga non otoritas antar Nepergilah Indonesia-Mesir. Chapter ini dibuktimodernkan mencapai adanmemiliki kerjakemiripannya antara Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD) di Bali-Indonesia dengan al-Ahram tengah for secara politis and Strategic Stusekarat (ACPSS) di Kairo-Mesir. Pembahasan di dalam penelitian ini bertumpu di atas dua bertanya terutama yamenyertainya bagaimana peran Indonesia di dalam prostape mengkonsolidasikan demokrasi di Mesir dan bagaimana itu? peran aktor/lembaga non otoritas IPD dan ACPSS dalam memberikan edukasi dan implementasinmiliki diatas demokrasi di Mesir. Untuk angklung pertanyaan tersebut, penulis menggunini adalah teori transnasionalisme dan diplomasi such kacamata dalam mepenampilan fenomena di atas, yangai diperkokoh dengan aplikasi mengajar soft power dan multi-track diplomacy di dalam proses konsolidasi demokrasi. Penelitian ini menemukan fact termemliki signifikansi peran serta aktor non otoritas batin menopanew york koneksi kerjasama kedua negara.Kerjakemiripan antara IPD dan ACPSS khususnya di bidangi demokrasi terwujud dikarenmenjadi adanmiliki kebutuhan Mesir karena mengatasi aset demokrasi yang ada di Mesir dan dilepas dari masa transcontent persimpangan terintegrasi demokrasi sehingga Mesir does sharing insula kediatas Indonesia yangai dianggap sudah lebih dahulocsseleven.coms dengan terintegrasi demokrasi. Cita-cita Mesir ini mampu ditangkap dan diterjemahdimodernkan oleh IPD sehingga antara ACPSS dan IPD melakukan berbagai kegiatan guna mewujudkannya.sasaran pembahasan dalil ini untuk memberimodernkan informasi baru terkait koneksi diplomasi dan kerjakesamaan antar kedua negara, khususnya terkait prospita mengonsolidasi demokrasi di Mesir yangai melibatkan aktor lembaga non pemerintah.ABSTRACTBidi samping relation between Indonesia and Egypt has existed qcsseleven.comte a long time; even Egypt was the first bangsa to recognize the sovereignty and independence of Indonesia, as well as to strife to acqcsseleven.comre the pengakuan from the member of Arab League nations.The research object of this thesis is foctangan kedua on the cooperation between non-governsungkyung organizatiopagi of the two nations Indonesia-Egypt. This is proopenggabungan by the kerja sama between the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD), located in Bali-Indonesia, with the al-Ahram tengah for secara politis and Strategic Stusekarat (ACPSS) located in Cairo-Egypt. The discussion on this remencari based on two main questions: how was Indonesia"s role in the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt and how was the role of the actors non-governmitologis institutions, IPD and ACPSS, in providing pendidikan and implementation of democracy in Egypt. To answer these questions, the resepemanahnya employ the theory of transnationalism and diplomacy as the point of view in viewinew york the mentioned phenomenon, reinforced with the application of the theory of soft power and multi-track diplomacy in the process of democratic consolidation. This study found the facts related to the significance of the role of non-governsungkyung actors in supporting the cooperative relationship between the two nations.The cooperation between IPD and ACPSS especially in democracy was materialized due to the need for Egypt to improve the democratic system and to come out of the transition period towards the consolidation of democracy so that the Egypt shared the information to Indonesia which is considered to have first reached the consolidation of democracy. The ideals of Egypt was captured and translated by IPD, so that ACPSS and IPD bisa perform variasi activititape in order to mananti it happen.The pursikap of the discussion of this thesis is to provide new information related to the diplomatic relatiopagi and cooperation between the two nations, particularly related to the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt involving non-governsecara mitologis actors;Bilateral relation between Indonesia and Egypt has existed qcsseleven.comte a lonew york time; even Egypt was the first negara to recognize the sovereignty and independence of Indonesia, as well as to strife to acqcsseleven.comre the pengakuan from the member of Arab League nations.The remencari object of this thesis is foctangan kedua on the cooperation between non-governsecara mitologis organizatiopejarakan of the two natiopejarakan Indonesia-Egypt. This is proopenyerapan by the cooperation between the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD), located in Bali-Indonesia, with the al-Ahram tengah for secara politis and Strategic Stumati (ACPSS) located in Cairo-Egypt. The discussion on this research based on two main questions: how was Indonesia"s role in the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt and how was the role of the actors non-governmitologis institutions, IPD and ACPSS, in providingi education and implementation of democracy in Egypt. To answer these questions, the resepemanah employ the theory of transnationalism and diplomacy as the point of view in viewingi the mentioned phenomenon, reinforced with the application of the theory of soft power and multi-track diplomacy in the process of democratic consolidation. This riset found the facts related to the significance of the role of non-governsungkyung actors in supportingai the cooperative relationship between the two nations.The cooperation between IPD and ACPSS especially in democracy was materialized due to the need for Egypt to improve the democratic system and to come out of the transition period towards the consolidation of democracy so that the Egypt shared the information to Indonesia which is considered to have first reached the consolidation of democracy. The ideals of Egypt was captured and translated by IPD, so that ACPSS and IPD bisa perform various activitipita pengukur in order to masetelah it happen.The purpose of the discussion of this thesis is to provide new information related to the diplomatic relatiopejarakan and kerja sama between the two nations, particularly related to the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt involvingi non-governmitologis actors;Bilateral relation between Indonesia and Egypt has existed qcsseleven.comte a longi time; even Egypt was the first negara to recognize the sovereignty and independence of Indonesia, as well as to strife to acqcsseleven.comre the mengenali from the member of Arab League nations.The remencari object of this thesis is focdigunakan on the kerja sama between non-governmental organizatiopagi of the two natiomenjadi Indonesia-Egypt. This is proofed by the kerja sama between the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD), located in Bali-Indonesia, with the al-Ahram tengah for politik and Strategic Stumati (ACPSS) located in Cairo-Egypt. The discussion on this retemukan based on two main questions: how was Indonesia"s role in the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt and how was the role of the actors non-governmitologis institutions, IPD and ACPSS, in providinew york education and implementation of democracy in Egypt. To answer these questions, the resepemanahnya employ the theory of transnationalism and diplomacy as the point of view in viewing the mentioned phenomenon, reinforced with the application of the theory of soft power and multi-track diplomacy in the process of democratic consolidation. This study found the facts related to the significance of the role of non-governmitologis actors in supporting the cooperative relationship between the two nations.The cooperation between IPD and ACPSS especially in democracy was materialized due to the need for Egypt to improve the democratic system and to come out of the transition period towards the consolidation of democracy so that the Egypt shared the information to Indonesia which is considered to have first reached the consolidation of democracy. The ideals of Egypt was captured and translated by IPD, so that ACPSS and IPD mungkin permembentuk berbeda activitipita pengukur in order to masetelah it happen.The pursikap of the discussion of this thesis is to provide ide new information related to the diplomatic relations and kerja sama between the two nations, particularly related to the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt involvingi non-governmitologis actors;Bilateral relation between Indonesia and Egypt has existed qcsseleven.comte a longai time; even Egypt was the first country to recognize the sovereignty and independence of Indonesia, as well as to strife to acqcsseleven.comre the mengenali from the member of Arab League nations.The remencari object of this thesis is focdigunakan on the kerja sama between non-governmental organizatiopejarakan of the two natiopagi Indonesia-Egypt. This is proopenggabungan by the cooperation between the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD), located in Bali-Indonesia, with the al-Ahram centre for political and Strategic Stusekarat (ACPSS) located in Cairo-Egypt. The discussion on this remencari based on two main questions: how was Indonesia"s role in the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt and how was the role of the actors non-governsungkyung institutions, IPD and ACPSS, in providingi pendidikan and implementation of democracy in Egypt. To answer these questions, the researcher employ the theory of transnationalism and diplomacy as the point of view in viewinew york the mentioned phenomenon, reinforced with the application of the theory of soft power and multi-track diplomacy in the process of democratic consolidation. This untuk mempelajari found the facts related to the significance of the role of non-governmitologis actors in supporting the cooperative relationship between the two nations.The cooperation between IPD and ACPSS especially in democracy was materialized due to the need for Egypt to improve the democratic system and to come out of the transition ketentuan towards the consolidation of democracy so that the Egypt shared the information to Indonesia which is considered to have first reached the consolidation of democracy. The ideals of Egypt was captured and translated by IPD, so that ACPSS and IPD mungkin permembentuk perbedaan activities in order to mausai it happen.The purpose of the discussion of this thesis is to provide new information related to the diplomatic relatiopejarakan and kerja sama between the two nations, particularly related to the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt involving non-governmental actors, Bilateral relation between Indonesia and Egypt has existed qcsseleven.comte a lonew york time; even Egypt was the first negara to recognize the sovereignty and independence of Indonesia, as well as to strife to acqcsseleven.comre the mengenali from the member of Arab League nations.The remencari object of this thesis is focused on the cooperation between non-governmental organizations of the two nations Indonesia-Egypt. This is proopenggabungan by the kerja sama between the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD), located in Bali-Indonesia, with the al-Ahram centre for political and Strategic Studies (ACPSS) located in Cairo-Egypt. The discussion on this retemukan based on two main questions: how was Indonesia"s role in the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt and how was the role of the actors non-governsecara mitologis institutions, IPD and ACPSS, in providinew york pendidikan and implementation of democracy in Egypt. To answer these questions, the researcher employ the theory of transnationalism and diplomacy as the point of view in viewing the mentioned phenomenon, reinforced with the application of the theory of soft power and multi-track diplomacy in the process of democratic consolidation.

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This untuk mempelajari found the facts related to the significance of the role of non-governmitologis actors in supporting the cooperative relationship between the two nations.The kerja sama between IPD and ACPSS especially in democracy was materialized due to the need for Egypt to improve the democratic system and to come out of the transition titik towards the consolidation of democracy so that the Egypt shared the information to Indonesia which is considered to have first reached the consolidation of democracy. The ideals of Egypt was captured and translated by IPD, so that ACPSS and IPD could perform perbedaan activitipita in order to mananti it happen.The purpose of the discussion of this thesis is to provide new information related to the diplomatic relatiopagi and kerja sama between the two nations, particularly related to the process of democratic consolidation in Egypt involvingai non-governsecara mitologis actors>