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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3687-3692


HUMAN SECURITY: BORDER STATE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Professor Shan Li cho.


Abstract

Indonesia became a country affected by the global Covid-19 pandemic after the government announced
that the two Indonesian citizens in Depok, West Java, were confirmed to be infected. As of October 28, 2020,
Indonesia has reported 400,483 positive cases, ranking the second in Southeast Asia. It even reaches the province of
East Nusa Tenggara, which is located on the state’s border area. At least 59 countries have restricted entry of
Indonesian citizens over concerns of the high number of Covid-19 positive cases in the archipelago, as of Monday,
September 7, 2020. A solution model is required both during a pandemic and even for anticipation measures for the
future if a pandemic occurs at a higher and more massive level. The theories used were border management theory,
security, and human security, and theories related to the Covid-19 as well. The methodological approach used was
qualitative, with research results that were expected to provide solutions for dealing with Covid-19 in the context of
border state management. Moreover, a multidisciplinary approach was employedin this study

Key words: Border Management, Human Security, Covid-19 Pandemic






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