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Indonesia cannot live alone, it also needs help and cooperation with other countries in order to have social interactions with other countries. Well, this time we will explore more deeply about the meaning, function, goals, forms and examples of international cooperation. The full explanation follows.
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The definition of international cooperation is cooperation carried out between countries to meet the needs of the people and other interests based on their foreign policy. Cooperation can cover all fields, both political and socio-cultural, defense, security, technology and economy.
Bilateral cooperation is cooperation between two countries because it is mutually beneficial or has a good relationship. For example in trade, Indonesia several times
Partnerships with other countries such as Japan and Singapore. Another example relates to the pilgrimage that Indonesia and Saudi Arabia have collaborated with
Regional cooperation is cooperation between several countries in an area or region. This cooperation occurs due to the common interests in the political, economic and defense fields. For example, there is ASEAN for Southeast Asia and the Arab League for the Middle East. Example of regional cooperation 1.
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Regional educational cooperation, such as the Organization of Southeast Asian Education Ministers (SEAMEO), was established in 1974 and its members include Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. 3.
Regional economic cooperation, for example EEC (European Economic Community), which is a special organization for Western European countries. Established on January 1, 1958 with the aim of realizing free trade between countries in Western Europe, apart from Europe there is also Southeast Asia under the name AFTA with the aim of increasing the economic competitiveness of ASEAN countries.
Multilateral cooperation is cooperation carried out by more than 2 countries without regional or regional boundaries. Can this cooperation be carried out between one region or can it be carried out between different regions? There are two types of members, namely main members and active members. The main destination member is a middle power country, for example Canada, while the active member is a small country that has a limited role or little power in international affairs, usually active members join organizations voluntarily, can join or leave membership. Examples of multilateral cooperation are the United Nations or what we know as the United Nations, the WTO and the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
International cooperation is cooperation between all countries in the world or most of the countries in the world on a global scale. International cooperation has been formed in several international organizations in the world and covers all industries such as:
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WTO (World Trade Organization) Non-discrimination, trade liberalization, stability of trade relations are the organizational principles of the WTO. The WTO was established to discuss and resolve trade issues between countries.
IMF (International Monetary Fund) The IMF is an organization that provides loans to countries in need. Usually, countries that borrow are countries whose currency is unstable and unable to pay debts to other countries. The IMF’s goal is to increase international financial stability.
OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) 1960 The five largest oil exporting countries in the world OPEC was founded in Caracas, Venezuela in 1960 by five oil exporting countries, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iran, Iraq and Venezuela. The objectives are: 1 2. To cover the world’s oil needs with mutual benefit 2. To regulate oil markets and prices so that price wars do not occur between producing countries 3. To determine the amount of world oil production.
SEATO SEATO (South East Asia Treaty Organization), a military pact formed to prevent the development of communism in the Southeast Asian region. What forms of cooperation also exist between ASEAN countries in the socio-cultural, political and economic fields? like education and security?
What are the interactions between Indonesia and ASEAN countries?
The formation of ASEAN as a regional organization which is the basis for cooperation among Southeast Asian countries is inseparable from the global situation after World War II. One of the most influential was the rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Competition between the Western (US) and Eastern (Soviet Union) blocs made Southeast Asia a battlefield for the two superpowers, both in the form of ideological and military influence. The most obvious example of this peak of rivalry is the Vietnam Civil War.
Because the competition between the two blocs has the potential to disrupt the stability and security of countries in the Southeast Asian region, the idea emerged to form an organization that unites countries in this region.
So, before the formation of ASEAN, there were actually several similar organizations formed in Southeast Asia. For example SEATO (South East Asia Treaty Organization) in 1954, Association of Southeast Asia (ASA) in 1961 and Malaysia-Philippines-Indonesia (Maphilindo) in 1963.
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ASEAN or the Association of Southeast Asian Nations was officially established on August 8, 1967. On that day, referring to the official ASEAN website, five representatives of Southeast Asian countries signed the Bangkok Declaration (ASEAN Declaration). .
The five are: Minister of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia Adam Malik; Deputy Prime Minister, who was also Malaysia’s Minister of Defense and Minister of National Development, Tun Abdul Razak); Philippine Secretary of State Narciso R. Ramos; Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand Thanat Khoman; and Singapore Foreign Minister Sinnathamby Rajaratnam.
The Bangkok Declaration became the basis but also the official label for the establishment of a regional organization in Southeast Asia called ASEAN. The establishment of ASEAN was originally intended as a means of implementing the points of the Bangkok Declaration.
The contents of the Bangkok Declaration which was signed by the 5 “founding fathers” of ASEAN on August 8, 1967 consisted of 5 points, namely:
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The formation of ASEAN also renewed tensions among several member countries. Diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Malaysia and Singapore soon recovered after several years of tension.
However, conflicts between ASEAN countries have not completely disappeared. For example, the dispute between the Philippines and Malaysia over the sovereignty of Sabah intensified after the founding of ASEAN.
Nonetheless, each ASEAN country seeks to resolve these disputes peacefully and on the basis of common interests. For this reason, ASEAN can continue to carry out its function as a basis for regional cooperation and dialogue.
ASEAN has developed since 1967, both in terms of membership and the main agenda of regional organizations. Take for example, in 1976 5 ASEAN member countries also agreed on a Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation (TAC) which became the basis for all members to live in peace side by side.
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Then Hartono Rekso Dharsono from Indonesia was elected as the first Secretary General of ASEAN. This regional organization then increasingly gives hope for the realization of cooperation and integration of various nations in Southeast Asia.
After that, other Southeast Asian countries joined ASEAN. According to the website of the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brunei Darussalam officially became the sixth member on January 7, 1984.
Then, in July 1995, Vietnam joined ASEAN as the seventh member. Furthermore, two years later, Laos and Myanmar officially joined the ranks of ASEAN members.
Then, on April 30, 1999, Cambodia became the 10th member of ASEAN. In 2011 Timor Leste was registered as a member of ASEAN. However, the membership status of the country that became independent from Indonesia in 2002 is still being debated by the 10 official members of ASEAN. Forms of ASEAN cooperation in various fields ASEAN countries actively cooperate in various fields. This cooperation covers the economic, political, social and cultural fields, to security and education.
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Forms of cooperation between ASEAN member countries are very diverse. This cooperation is carried out to solve problems and meet, but also to realize the wishes of ASEAN member countries.
Cooperation between ASEAN countries in the field of politics and security has been agreed upon, for example through the existence of ZOPFAN, the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation (TAC in Southeast Asia) and
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