[EXTENDED DEADLINE] The 11th International Conference of Business, International Relations and Diplomacy (ICOBIRD 2022)

The 11th International Conference on Business, International Relations and Diplomacy (ICOBIRD)


In celebrating the 10th Anniversary of International Relations Study Program, BINUS University, the Department will organize a conjoint event: the 11th International Conference on Business, International Relations, and Diplomacy (ICOBIRD) and the Journal of ASEAN Studies’ 1st International Symposium. The 11th ICOBIRD will invite undergraduate students from universities at home and abroad to present at the. This year, the Conference will focus on the wider theme “Contemporary Changes in World Order”. In the last couple of decades, we have witnessed many events that completely changed our view on international politics and world order. From the turbulent situation in many parts of the world, financial and economic crises, the emergence of disruptive technological innovation, to the current COVID-19 pandemic that turning the world upside down. We would like to see how students view these everchanging world from theoretical and practical perspectives.

Aim and Scope

This year conference’s theme is “Contemporary Changes in World order”. The conference has the main three objectives to achieve:

First, this conference will discuss contemporary changes in the world order due to the disruptive ages that was triggered by disruptive technological innovation that leads to the digitalization of state interaction and market activities. Secondly, it will also highlight the response of the state, market, and society to the challenges bought by the world order. Finally, it will examine the impacts and consequences of this contemporary for Business, International relations, and Diplomacy at large.

The conference is then organised as a collection of a variety of workshops and presentations ranging from theoretical papers to case studies on the states’ exercises in managing the digitalization in IR, minimizing the risks, and maximizing the opportunities of digital powers in international relations.  Hence, we are particularly interested in having more presenters from outside BINUS so that there is an exchange of ideas. Moreover, among outcomes of the conference are networking and some publications which are indexed in Scopus from the selected papers as a part of the special issue in Journal of ASEAN studies, and some selected paper will be published in Scopus-indexed proceeding such as IEOM community. Secondly our target for this conference is undergraduate students’ symposium that can gather the students from the Departments of International Relations from National as well as international universities and their papers will be published in the form of edited book.

The papers can be theoretical or based on empirical case studies from any state or region of the world. Some issues covered include (but not limited) to the following subtopics:

  1. Dynamics of diplomacy in contemporary world order
  2. Current geopolitics and global military balance.
  3. Contemporary security challenges: Society, environment, and cyberspace
  4. Current geoeconomics and global finance and trade
  5. Contemporary international business: MNC global strategy,
  6. Contemporary changes in global civil society
  7. New media, globalization, and social changes.
  8. Contemporary security, economic, and socio-cultural changes in Southeast Asia

Keynotes Speakers:

  1. Prof. Lena Rethel, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
  2. Andi Widjajanto, Governor of the National Resilience Institute of the Republic of Indonesia
  3. Dr. Faris Al-Fadhat, Vice Rector, UMY Yogyakarta

Call for Papers

Deadline for Full Paper Submission EXTENDED TO 30 September 2022
Notification of Review Results and Acceptance/Rejection EXTENDED TO 5 October 2022
Deadline for Final Draft 10 October 2022
Camera-Ready 12 October 2022
Early Bird Registration 5 October 2022
Registration and Payment 10-13 October 2022
Conference Days 13 – 14 October 2022


The Joint Event will be conducted in the form of a Webinar or online conference. However, the stage and the backdrop will be displayed at:

Bina Nusantara University – Kijang
Jl. Kemanggisan Ilir III Palmerah
Jakarta Barat – Jakarta, INDONESIA

Paper Submission

Paper submission is online through the following link: https://bit.ly/ICOBIRD_2022

Submission Guidelines and Paper Template

You can find the complete guidelines here: Submission Guideline template (1)

Please use the attached paper template: NEW Paper Template


Presentation Schedule

Thursday, 13 October 2022

Parallel Session I (13.30-15.00)

Zoom link: https://bit.ly/THE_11TH_ICOBIRD_2022

Meeting ID: 951 0767 6361 Passcode: 510830

13.30 – 15.00 Parallel session 1A (Foreign Policy and diplomacy)

Moderator: Rhevy  Adriade Putra


1.        7015 – Parliamentary Diplomacy in Supporting Palestinian Independence: Evidence from Indonesia

– Febrianti, Prihatini

2.        7091 – Analysis of Domestic Factors that Facilitates Israel’s Foreign Policy Decision In Participating Abraham Accords 2020

– Hardyan

3.        7106 – Islam in President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Foreign Policy 2009-2014

– Permatasari, Arnakim

4.        7115 – Bureaucratic Politics and Informality in Foreign Policymaking: The Case of Indonesia’s Maritime Policy Towards China

– Karim, Gobel

5.        7136 – The South-South and Triangular Cooperation between JICA, Indonesia, and Timor Leste in Infrastructure Development for the 2015-2019 Period to Achieve the Goal 9th SDGs – Celia, Arnakim

Breakout room 1A (Foreign policy and Diplomacy)
13.30 – 15.00 Parallel session 1B (Security Studies)

Moderator: Sukmawani Bela Pertiwi


1.        7037 – The Regional Frenemies: The Dynamic Interplay in Maritime Disputes Between Indonesia and China – Gunardi

2.        7082Legal Instrument Under the “ASEAN Way” Principle: The Case of ASEAN Convention Against Trafficking in Persons

 – Wirawan

3.        7092 – Public Opinion and the China Threat Theory: Indonesian Perceptions of the South China Sea Dispute and the Belt and Road Initiative

– Rahman

4.        7101 – The Securitization of Rohingya Refugees in Malaysia under PM Muhyiddin during the COVID-19 Pandemic

– Fredinata, Paramitaningrum

5.        7120 – Factor Analysis of the Defeat of the Afghan Armed Forces Against the Taliban in 2021 – Tjaja


Breakout room 1B (Security studies)
13.30 – 15.00 Parallel session 1C (International Political Economy)

Moderator: Galuh Dian P. Dewi


1.        7058 – Discourse and the Failure of Legitimation: The Case of Indonesia in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

– Putri

2.        7063 – Green Manufacturing and State-Owned Enterprise Affect on China’s Economic Growth

– Hibanavik

3.        7081 – US and Japan Response to China’s Dominance on Rare Earth Elements (REE)

– Nulmalasari

4.        7084 – The U.S. Quantitative Easing Policy During the Covid-19 Pandemic and Its Influence on the Growing Number of Indonesian Retail Investors 

– Aswata

5.        7085 – The Impact of Indonesia’s Government Tin Policies Sn 99,9% Towards the Global Market

– Nuryati, Affandi

Breakout Room 1C (IPE)
13.30 – 15.00 Parallel session 1D (Institution and Management)

Moderator: Roseno Aji Affandi


1.        7176 – Stakeholder Orientation and Value Creation

–        Lindrianasari Lindrianasari, Engkos Achmad Kuncoro

2.        7067 – The Impact of South Korean Cultural Diplomacy and Companies Market-seeking towards Food Industry in Indonesia

– Gabrielle Violenca, Roseno Aji Affandi

3.        7163 –      Internal Auditors’ Artificial Intelligence Capabilities and Sustainable Competitive Advantage

– Lindrianasari and Engkos Achmad Kuncoro

4.        7061 – Bitcoin’s Influence on China’s Political Policy from a Realist Perspective

– Muhammad Rifqi Fadhil

5.        7170 –      The Role of ASEAN in Relations to China’s Belt and Road Initiatives

– Lili Yulyadi Arnakim, Namira Shabrina, Dayu Nirma Amurwanti, Roseno Aji Affandi, Yi Ying


Breakout room 1D (Institution and Management)
13.3 -15.00 Parallel session 1E (Media and democracy)

Moderator: Tia Mariatul kibtiyah


1.        7027 – Framing Analysis of the social Media Account Belonging to Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono

 – Laskarko Patria, Margynata Kurnia Putra, Adie Erar Yusuf

2.        7045 – Political Communication Methods for the 2024 Indonesian Presidential Election (Aristotle’s Ethical Perspective)

– Frederikus Fios, Faustinus Sirken

3.        7131 – Sudanese Women’s Cyberactivism through Twitter

 – Felicia Michell Elviera, Ella S. Prihatini

4.        7051-  Orwell’s Nightmare: Democracy in the Age of Digital Surveillance

– Eryan Ramadhani

5.        7099 – Indonesia’s Public Diplomacy Efforts toawrsd the Middle East in the Tourism Sector

                  – Tia Mariatul Kibtiah

Breakout room 1E (Media and Democracy)
15.00-15.30 Session breaks
Parallel Session II (15.30-17.00)

Zoom link: https://bit.ly/THE_11TH_ICOBIRD_2022

Meeting ID: 951 0767 6361 Passcode: 510830

15.30 – 17.00 Parallel session 2A (Multinational Cooperation 1)

Moderator: Paramitaningrum


1.        7022 – PT. Astra International “Kampung Berseri Astra” Program in Support of the 4th Sustainable Development Goals in Tegalrejo Village in 2020

– Hutagalung

2.        7041 – Impact Analysis of PT.Rafi Kamajaya Abadi’s MNC Business Process on Point 3, 6, and 13 Sustainable Development Goals (Case Study of Land and Forest Fires in Melawi Regency)

– Souvenira

3.        7065 – Analysis of Foreign Investment: A Case Study of Joint Venture Hyundai Motor Group and LG Energy Solution in the Development of Electric Car Battery Factories in Indonesia

– Pamungkas

4.        7070 – Netflix Adaptive Strategy in the Indonesian Digital Streaming Video on Demand – Wambrauw, Affandi

5.        7076 – Integrating Government Policy and MNC Actions in SDGs: a Case of Jakarta Government and Unilever Indonesia

– Akmal

6.        7093 – Application of OLI Model By Dunning &Lundan in HashMicro Singapore’s Expansion Strategy in Indonesia (2018 – 2020)

– Natashia

Breakout room 2A (Multinational Corporation 1)
15.30 – 17.00 Parallel session 2B (Multinational Corporation 2)

Moderator: Dayu Nirma Amurwanti


1.        7110 – The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on The Global Supply Chain of State-Owned Enterprises Cooperation With MNC: A Case Study of The Shenzhen Corporation with Lippo Group in The Cikarang Bonded Zone 2021

– Aprilianti, Arnakim

2.        7112 – The Political Economy of MNC’s Expansion to Emerging Markets: The Case of Netflix in Indonesia

– Sutarman

3.        7187 – The Implementation of Triple Bottom Line on CSR Effort Toward Sustainable Development: Case Study Starbucks Greener Nusantara

– Wijaya, Mursitama

4.        7189/7194 – Does Green Finance Matter in the COVID-19 Pandemic? Case Study of Coca-Cola FEMSA “Green Bond Framework”

 – Sulistyono

5.        7190Implementing Ethical ‘Code of Work Ethics’: A Case Study of Apple and Foxconn Supply Chain

– Maharani, Mursitama


Breakout room 2B (Multinational Corporation 2)
15.30 – 17.00 Parallel session 2C (Gender)

Moderator: Ella S. Prihartini


1.        7036 – Representation of Women and Feminist Phenomena in the K-pop Industry: A Shift from Second to Third Generation

– Aidan

2.        7038 – 5 Years After: The Impact of BTS X UNICEF’s Love Myself Campaign Towards Indonesian Youth’s Perception of School-Related Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV)

– Wetik, Indriani

3.        7094 – Gender Sensitive Policies during COVID-19: Experience from Asia

– Nanda

4.        7137 -Gender and Cabinet Ministerial Appointments: Evidence from Indonesia

– Widyadiningrum, Prihatini

5.        7135- Gender Equality in the Period of 2012-2022: A Case Study of Indonesia

– Soeryani, Raharja

6.        7140 – Indonesian Female Ambassadors and Twiplomacy

– Widuri, Prihatini

Breakout room 2C (Gender)
15.30 – 17.00 Parallel session 2D (Contemporary Issues 1)

Moderator: Dian Novikrisna


1.          7133 – The Imposition of Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) and Its Impact on Russian Defence Diplomacy

– Wardhani

2.        7141 – Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Indonesia and the Philippines

– Ehsani

3.        7195 – The Implementation of Communicative Strategy Concept of the Indonesian Government in Maintaining Palm Oil Exports to the European Union : Case Study of the Black Campaign 2011-2018 Period – Sari

4.        7118 – Institutionalizing Climate Change in The Forestry and Land-Use Sector: The Case of REDD+ Governance in Indonesia

– Hermawan

5.        7123 – Media Framing in US’ Racism Issue and its Implications Towards Global BLM Movement: The Case of George Floyd


Breakout room 2D (Contemporary Issues 1)
15.30 – 17.00 Parallel session 2E (Contemporary Issues 2)

Moderator: Elisabeth Ermuliana


1.        7056 – TBIMP-EAGA Strategy in Improving People to People Connectivity Program Amid The Covid 19 Pandemic

– Aswin Saputra, Lili Yulyadi Arnakim

2.        7149 – Women’s Share as Leaders in Indonesian Digital and Technology-Savvy SOEs

– Wijaya, Prihatini

3.        7191 – An Analysis of the First Amendment Protocol of Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership – Wilman

4.        7193 – The Importance of Disney’s Supply Chain Investment Program in overcome The Dark World of Disney

– Satriana


Breakout room 2E (Contemporary Issues 2)