Navy development strategy to encounter threat of national maritime security using SWOT-fuzzy multi criteria decision making (F-MCDM)

A. K. Susilo*, U. Ciptomulyono, I. Nengah Putra, Ahmadi, Okol S. Suharyo

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Abstract

The shift of the economy from Europe to the Asia Pacific gives an impact on the traffic in the national sea region. The development of regional and Indonesia’s economy has an influence on national maritime security. The Indonesia Navy (TNI AL) as a state element has a fundamental duty to maintain the security and defense of the national sea territory. Nowadays, there are several threats that occur in a national sea with an increasing trend. The paper aim is giving an analysis of Navy ability development strategy to encounter of maritime security threat. This paper uses a SWOT approach (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat), Fuzzy Multi-criteria Decision Making (FMCDM), and Borda method. The result of this paper is identified four strategies, likely Strategy 1 (SO); Strategy 2 (WO); strategy 3 (WT); Strategy 4 (ST). Strategy 1 (SO) has a weight of 0.254; Strategy 2 (WO) has a weight of 0.258; Strategy 3 (WT) has a weight of 0.214; Strategy 4 (ST) has a weight of 0.274.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3-16
Number of pages14
JournalJournal of Maritime Research
Volume16
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 30 Apr 2019

Keywords

  • Fuzzy MCDM
  • Maritime strategy
  • Navy Ability
  • Posture of Indonesia Navy

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