PREVENTING NON-MILITARY THREATS IN INDONESIA'S BORDER AREAS USING A SOCIAL CAPITAL MODEL
Indonesia is one of the largest archipelagic countries in the world which has 17,508 islands inhabited by more than 360 ethnic groups. This is what makes Indonesia rich in cultural diversity and natural wealth that is diverse and very beautiful, with this diversity, making Indonesia has quite complex problems. Indonesia's location next to other countries makes Indonesia one of the countries that have the potential to receive threats. One of them is the problem of non-military threats in border areas. This study intends to review more deeply about the non-military threats that are on the Indonesian border. The results of the study show that there is a degradation of love for Indonesian culture due to interactions that have been going on for a long time and tend to be out of control. So that without realizing it, daily habits follow the daily lives of neighboring countries. By using the social capital method, the researcher wants to review in more depth about how to prevent non-military threats at the National Border, especially the Indonesia-Malaysia border area in Paloh Sambas sub-district, West Kalimantan.
Beautiful Nature, Indonesia, Social Capital, Non-Military, National Border,