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    Title: A decade of Indonesia's arms maintenance program : causes and problems (1999-2009)
    Other Titles: 10年印尼軍備維持計劃 : 原因與問題(1999-2009)
    Authors: 溫帝;Prajuli, Wendy Andhika
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 印度尼西亞;理性模式;部隊現代化;國防政策;Indonesia;決策;Force Modernization;Rational Actor Model;Defense Policy;decision-making
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:04:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究檢驗了印尼政府於1999到2009年間,選擇軍備維持計畫以實施軍隊現代化。本研究採用「理性決策者模式」,以檢驗此研究問題。本研究假設在世界上之每個國家,決策者都以謹慎小心之理性思考,制定其國防政策。因為根據理性主義者的途徑,對國家而言,國防安全議題為最重要之議題。
    This research examines the cause of the Indonesian government to choose arms maintenance program to modernize its military forces in the period 1999-2009. My research will apply the rational actor modeI (RAM) to examine the problem. It is based on my assumption that in anarchical world decision-makers in every country will formulate its defense policy very carefully and with rational considerations because, according to realist approach, security or military issues are the most important issue for a country.
    However, during my research I found unexpected finding, namely the process of defense planning in Indonesia is not carried out through a rational process of decision-making. According to the RAM, rational process of decision making is always based on the consideration of the outcomes of the available options. Decision-makers will choose an option that has the most beneficial outcomes related to state’s goals. Otherwise, the Indonesian government chose arms maintenance program is only based on simple consideration, namely financial problems and Indonesia does not have external threats.
    The irrationality in Indonesian defense planning, especially in force modernization planning, is caused by 5 interrelated factors, i.e. no national defense guideline, inefficiency, inconsistency, incorrect threat assessment, and budget-driven planning.
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