Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study http://amrsjournals.com/index.php/jamrsss <p><strong>Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study</strong> <strong>(JAMRSSS) </strong>ISSN: <a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN-L/2708-969X">2708-969X</a> is an international platform for scholars to publish research report, article review, and short communication. <strong>JAMRSSS </strong>covers all the areas of research activities in all fields of Social Sciences such as Humanities, Multicultural, Law, Criminology, Anthropology, History, Administration, Geography, Archeology, Communication, Government, policies, Linguistics, International Relations, Political Science, Geography, Education, Law, Peace Studies, Psychology, Health, Economy, Trade, Arts, History, Literature, Religion, Marriage, Family Life, Philosophy, Women studies, Sociology, Public Administration, Demography, Library Science, Journalism, Environmental Studies, Development Studies, International Relation Studies, Information Science, Media Studies, Market Research, Languages, Geospatial Information Science, Visual Arts, Drawing, Painting, Social Welfare, Social Work, and Gender.</p> en-US editor@amrsjournals.com (Asian Multicultural Research Studies) amrsjournals@gmail.com (Assitant Editor) Thu, 04 Apr 2024 10:45:07 +0700 OJS 3.2.1.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Analyzing the Dynamics: EU and UN Perspectives on the African Union http://amrsjournals.com/index.php/jamrsss/article/view/490 <p><em>This article presents a comprehensive analysis of the dynamics between the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) in their interactions with the African Union (AU). Recognizing the AU's pivotal role in addressing Africa's challenges, the study investigates historical trajectories, policies, and key priorities shaping EU and UN perspectives on the AU. Through a multi-methodological approach, including document review and comparative analysis, it explores areas of convergence, divergence, and potential conflicts in their approaches, shedding light on implications for the AU's development and international relations. Tracing the historical evolution of EU-AU and UN-AU relations, pivotal moments such as the Cotonou Agreement and the establishment of the UN Office to the African Union (UNOAU) are highlighted. Analysis reveals shared objectives in peace, security, sustainable development, and governance, with nuanced differences in emphasis and approach. While areas of alignment exist, particularly in peacekeeping and sustainable development goals, divergences emerge in governance, human rights, and economic relations, posing challenges to collaboration.Case studies, including joint peacekeeping missions in Mali and development initiatives in Eastern Africa, offer insights into successes, challenges, and lessons learned, informing recommendations for future collaborations. Opportunities for enhanced cooperation, such as joint capacity-building initiatives and aligned development programs, are identified.The study contributes to a nuanced understanding of EU and UN perspectives on the AU, providing insights into their implications for Africa's development. Recommendations for improvements in coordination mechanisms, communication channels, and decision-making processes are proposed to enhance effectiveness. Future research avenues include evaluating economic partnerships' impacts and exploring innovative funding models to unlock transformative impact on the African continent. Ultimately, this analysis informs policymakers and international practitioners, fostering constructive partnerships for Africa's stability, prosperity, and sustainable development.</em></p> Fikadie Damtie Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ http://amrsjournals.com/index.php/jamrsss/article/view/490 Thu, 04 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Potential for the 2024 Election and Consolidation of Indonesian Democracy http://amrsjournals.com/index.php/jamrsss/article/view/409 <p>The 2024 Indonesian elections hold great potential for the consolidation of the country's democracy. Indonesia has made significant strides towards becoming a democratic country since its transition from authoritarian rule in 1998. However, challenges such as corruption, political polarization, and the role of the military in politics still exist. The upcoming elections provide an opportunity for Indonesian citizens to exercise their democratic right to choose their leaders and hold them accountable. To consolidate democracy, the Indonesian government needs to ensure a fair and transparent electoral process. Furthermore, political leaders need to work towards bridging the gap between different segments of society and addressing the root causes of political polarization. The government must also make efforts to reduce corruption, strengthen the rule of law, and promote transparency in government operations. Overall, the 2024 elections provide an opportunity for Indonesia to further consolidate its democracy and build a more prosperous and inclusive society. It will require the collective efforts of political leaders, civil society, and citizens to make this a reality.</p> Joseph Victor Kalembang Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ http://amrsjournals.com/index.php/jamrsss/article/view/409 Fri, 05 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Dynamics of Industrialization: Leadership Transformation in Indigenous Papuans http://amrsjournals.com/index.php/jamrsss/article/view/494 <p>This research explores the dynamics of industrialization and leadership transformation in indigenous Papuans, focusing on the Comoros Mimika Tribe in Papua Province, particularly in the context of the relationship with PT Freeport. This research uses a qualitative approach to explore it. Data collection was conducted through in-depth interviews with various stakeholders, such as indigenous leaders, youth, women, NGOs, and the government in the Comoros Mimika Tribe. In addition, participatory observations and document analysis were also conducted to gain a holistic understanding of the dynamics of leadership and social change in the community. The results show that diverse perspectives are presented through the views of indigenous leaders, youth, women, NGOs, and governments on this change. Indigenous leaders stressed the need to preserve traditional values while accommodating the realities of modernization, while youth saw change as an opportunity to improve social and economic conditions. Women fight for gender inclusion and protection of their traditional roles, NGOs and governments seek to unite economic development with the preservation of indigenous peoples' cultures and interests. These findings reflect the complexity of the relationship between tradition and modernity and highlight the challenges and opportunities in maintaining a balance between the two in the context of PT Freeport in indigenous Papuans.</p> Limi Mokodompit, M Tahir Kasnawi, Suparman Abdullah, Mansyur Radjab Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Social Sciences Study http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ http://amrsjournals.com/index.php/jamrsss/article/view/494 Thu, 11 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0700