Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
Nationalism Sans Nationalism
For decades, the people of Indonesia have least felt the call to wake and breathe daily in the cycle and climate of honorable, beautiful and sublime national life.
Nationalism and Epistemic Intellectual Awareness
If we define national awakening as a major event that gave rise to the impact of sustainable awareness, the spirit of change born out of the 20 May 1908 event was not strong enough to serve as its basis.
In the book Khitthah Nahdliyyah (2005, 62), KH Ahmad Siddiq states that moderate (al-tawassuth) must be juxtaposed with al-i\'tidal (being fair) and al-tawazun (balanced).
Finding Consensus on Indonesia, Again
The nation-state identity of Indonesia must be reformulated in order to reaffirm the nation’s collective visions and goals. Without the active engagement and collaboration of all of its citizens, Indonesia will never truly be a collective home for everyone.
Managing Issues of Nationalism
The nationalism commonly found today is different from the one that arose in Indonesia’s struggle for independence. These days, nationalism tends to emerge as a political discourse produced for a concrete use.
Indonesian Nationalism Today
Nationalism has seen a revival in a number of countries in recent years following decades of globalization. Indonesia has also experienced a revival of the nationalist spirit, at least since the 2014 presidential election.
Narrow Nationalism Not the Solution
Narrow nationalism is not the right solution to cope with the pressures of neoliberal globalization.
Ulemas’ Contributions to Nationalism
Ulemas have an important role in protecting not only Islam and its adherents, but also the nation and the state.
‘Nasi Bungkus’ Upholds Pancasila