International Journal of Law Reconstruction

International Journal of Law Reconstruction (IJLR), E-ISSN: 2580-9245 is a periodical scientific journal published by the Doctoral Program of Law, Faculty of Law UNISSULA. The journal publishes research articles, conceptual articles, reports field studies and book reviews of law studies The articles of this journal are published every six months (2 issues per year), in March and September.

This journal also has National Acreditation with Sinta 2 which provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The aims of this journal is to provide a venue for academicians, Researchers and practitioners for publishing the Articles of original research or review articles.


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Vol 6, No 1 (2022): International Journal of Law Reconstruction

Table of Contents

Articles

THE ROLE OF INDONESIAN ARMY (TNI) IN REDUCING THE 2001’S SAMPIT CONFLICT AS NATIONAL DEFENSE
Antonius Widodo, Muhammad Hadianto, Joni Widjayanto
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THE LEGAL CERTAINTY OF LAND OWNERSHIP RIGHT IN REGISTRATION’S CONTEXT
Christiana Sri Murni, Bernadus Basa Kelen, Sumirahayu Sulaiman
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13-28
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF VALUES IN HANDLING TERRORISM BASED ON PANCASILA
Bahtiyar Efendi, Anis Mashdurohatun, Sri Endah Wahyuningsih
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29-40
THE FRAUD OF BANKING REVIEW IN LEGAL PERSPECTIVE
Novi Angga Safitri, Jefry Tarantang, Rahmad Kurniawan, Tri Anshari Muharrami
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41-61
THE DYNAMICS OF WAQF ASSET MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA
Rozihan Rozihan
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62-74
THE REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL LAW ON THE CAUSES OF THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE CONFLICT
Mdzinarshvili Mdzinarshvili, Siti Sa'atun
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75-87
COVID-19 AND CHILDREN’S CONCERNS IN LAW: ADOPTING A STRATEGIC VISION FOR GLOBAL RECONSTRUCTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Aderonke Esther Adegbite
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88-106
THE DOCUMENTS REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYING FOREIGN WORKERS: IMPACT ON LOCAL WORKERS IN INDONESIA
Siti Hajati Hoesin, Fitriana Fitriana
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105-123
“CHILD TRAFFICKING” AS THE EMBODIMENT OF MODERN SLAVERY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW
Joko Setiyono, Aga Natalis
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124-136