Development strategy of national food sovereignty to encounter radicalism threat

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Abstract

Higher demand for broader and possible growth of the problem of state instability. Nothing more than a problem triggers social conflict on a small scale to a large scale. This study aims to identify and study various reasons in Indonesia and also formulate conceptions to increase the responsibility of communities in remote areas. The qualitative method in this study was carried out descriptively based on literature studies. The approach used in this study is integral to the national paradigm and applicable regulations. The results of the study show that the concepts that are following the conditions of the community, increase competitiveness among the environment that can be accessed by the government and facilitate people to manage the natural resources of the region, conduct and implement site-specific management and develop economic management to produce superior products.

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Herdiawan, D., & Ahmadi. (2019). Development strategy of national food sovereignty to encounter radicalism threat. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(11), 544–553. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.K1570.0881119

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