Defense Industry Cycle : Development Of Highly Competitive National Defense Industry Technology

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Dede Rusdiana

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The slow development of the defense industry makes Indonesia still dependent on foreign production, so for Indonesia, efforts to rebuild the defense industry are a policy that cannot be ignored. The need to protect territory, projected future threats, political-security dynamics in the region, and foster national pride are some of the many strategic factors that encourage security sector stakeholders in Indonesia to study and determine directions for achieving defense industry independence. In this study, with a literature review approach and field observations, the condition of the state seeks to renew the defense system to deal with threats related to the development of technology itself. For Indonesia, the life cycle of the defense industry is a matter of consideration for the perpetrators to continue to maintain technological sustainability. This can be done by continuously developing competitiveness, innovation and improving human resources.

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