Combine of Blue Ocean Strategy-System Dynamics for National Maritime Strategy in Indo-Pacific Region


  • I. N. Putra Indonesia Defense University, IPSC Sentul, Citeureup-Bogor, Indonesia 16810
  • Aries Sudiarso Indonesia Defense University, IPSC Sentul, Citeureup-Bogor, Indonesia 16810
  • K. Khaerudin Indonesia Defense University, IPSC Sentul, Citeureup-Bogor, Indonesia 16810
  • A. K. Susilo Airlangga University, Airlangga No.4 - 6, Gubeng-Surabaya, Indonesia 60115


Canvas Strategy, Indo-Pacific, Multicriteria-Decision Making (MCDM), Maritime Strategy, System Dynamics


The Indo-Pacific has become a hub for maritime geopolitical, security, trade, and environmental activities. The location and waters territorial within Indonesia's jurisdiction have led the countries to various maritime threats. This study aims to formulate, determine alternatives and priorities for the national maritime strategy to maintain the stability of the Indo-Pacific region in the 21st century. This study uses the integration of internal and external analysis (IFE & EFE), QSPM Matrix, and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) methods. Based on the results of the canvas strategy with five Indo-Pacific countries, Indonesia has a competitive level value of 3.398 (67.95%) with a description of High Competitive. The National Maritime Strategy in the Indo-Pacific is in the Quadrant I category (Positive; Positive) which illustrates that the situation is very good because there are strengths used to seize profitable opportunities, namely the SO strategy with eight substrates. The scenario evaluation shows that from 2021 to 2026 the competitive value of the National Maritime Strategy (SO) as re-balancing in the Indo-Pacific region always increases. This research is expected to contribute to the concept of a national maritime strategy by Indonesia as a re-balancing in the Indo-Pacific region.



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N. Putra, I., Sudiarso, A. ., Khaerudin, K. ., & Susilo, A. K. . (2023). Combine of Blue Ocean Strategy-System Dynamics for National Maritime Strategy in Indo-Pacific Region. International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications in Engineering, 11(2), 595–617. Retrieved from



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