State Sovereignty Concept on Threatening of Religion Radical in Indonesia

Lisa Mery, S.M. Noor, Marthen Napang, Maskun .


The sovereignty is a very important concept in domestic and international legal order. It is one of the norms fundamental in the international legal system, which is the principle of non-intervention and free consent is a buffer for the international legal system in the concept of a sovereign state as a unit of authority that is not subject to any party. In the context of examining the state sovereignty to face originating threat from radical religions, the approach taken by the Indonesian government should have a method of instilling a comprehensive pattern of thinking and taking a balanced approach between soft and hard power through religion and culture. One of the sources who’s spread the radical religion is mass media.  The influence of mass media and social media has contributed in the dissemination and improvement of intolerance (SARA), hate-speech, hoax, radical religion, and terrorism in Indonesian society.

Keywords: State Sovereignty; Religion Radical; Indonesia

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