European Journal of Law and Political Science <p>European Journal of Law and Political Science</p> en-US (Editor-in-Chief) (Support) Wed, 01 Nov 2023 15:27:12 -0400 OJS 60 The Belt and Road Initiatives (BRIs): Understanding China’s Intentions Behind It <p>BRI is regarded as the most aspiring foreign and economic policy initiative of President Xi’s legacy. At the same time, Beijing has the overarching objective to achieve its geopolitical goals by economically binding China’s neighbouring countries through this initiative. Some Scholars are cynical regarding the success of BRI as planned by President Xi’s administration, urging caution for both China and the countries involved. President Xi’s exceptional overt emphasis on protecting China’s national interests that transpired into their newly formed foreign policy approaches has demonstrated that China’s commitment to peaceful development is not without conditions. China’s commitment to a peaceful rise will also be further conditioned by the many externalities, namely international and regional interest, domestic priorities, security dilemmas, power conflict, and conflicting core national interests from participating members, which in turn can be reciprocated with antagonistic strategies by others. Consequently, President Xi’s administration will have to tackle formidable challenges in the implementation era of BRI.</p> Sumaiya Rabeya Copyright (c) 2023 Sumaiya Rabeya Wed, 08 Nov 2023 00:00:00 -0500 The Conflict in Ukraine and the United Nations: Necessary Measures to Restore Peace <p style="font-weight: 400;">The drawbacks of the United Nations Security Council system in the context of the war in Ukraine are examined in the article. This article aims to highlight problems of representation and decision-making in the organization in order to develop and review possible comprehensive solutions.</p> Snizhana Kalachynska Copyright (c) 2023 Snizhana Kalachynska Thu, 16 Nov 2023 00:00:00 -0500 Implementation of Diversion for Children in Conflict with the Law by the National Police of Indonesia <p>This research explores the execution of diversion for juveniles in conflict with the law by the Indonesian National Police. Analyzing and evaluating the Indonesian justice system’s regulation of the safeguarding of children who are in conflict with the law and diversion as an aspect of safeguarding children constitutes normative research. Statutory and conceptual approaches are utilized throughout the investigation. Restorative justice is a component of the police’s strategy to combat crime on the ground, according to the findings of this study. The fundamental concept of diversion in juvenile restorative justice is the transfer of cases involving juveniles from the criminal justice process to an impartial process outside of the judicial system, with an emphasis on restoring the original situation as opposed to punishment. Consequently, the application of diversion in restoration justice in the system for juvenile offenders is less effective in the police.</p> Zainuddin Zainuddin, Azwad Rachmat Hambali Copyright (c) 2023 Zainuddin Zainuddin, Azwad Rachmat Hambali Mon, 20 Nov 2023 00:00:00 -0500