IDR. 120000

This book portrays the complex landscape of economic and geopolitical challenges faced by Indonesia, including the trade war with China, export restrictions, and tensions in several world regions. This book highlights the crucial role of economic diplomacy in addressing these conditions, with President Joko Widodo establishing six strategic steps, ranging from dominating the domestic market to promoting the economy 4.0. The COVID-19 pandemic provides impetus for virtual economic activities, which are expected to continue post-pandemic. This book reflects the efforts of the Indonesian government to enhance the country’s profile, support community welfare, and respond to the impact of the pandemic through planned economic diplomacy. In pursuit of becoming a global economic power, this book emphasizes the importance of diplomatic infrastructure, including the key role of human resources, physical infrastructure, technology, and digital transformation. President Joko Widodo entrusts ambassadors as investment and export ambassadors, marking a concrete step in strengthening economic diplomacy. This book aims to present readers with practical understanding of economic diplomacy, including its relationship with geopolitics and geoeconomics, and outlines the role of the diaspora and negotiation skills as key elements of success in economic diplomacy. The concept of JCG C.A.L.M.(Communication, Advocacy, Lobbying, Mediation) is presented as an additional approach to support diplomatic practices.