This research has been used both of qualitative and quantitative methods. It have been used desk review of relevance document, web-content analysis and field research questionnaires. There are amount of 500 person respondent, 250 from Indonesia and 250 from Malaysia. They were interviewed by questionnaires directly in field at Jakarta, Bandung, Kualalumpur, Bangi and Bangsar (UI, IISIP Jkt. UNPAD, UKM, UM), and answering the question by Facebook and Yahoo email in responding. This data are analyzed by SPSS (Statistical Program for Soscial Sciences) to produce frequencies table and crosstabele unit. Output this research are journal scientific, book and policy recommendation to related stakeholders.
As an introduction, cyberclash or debate between Malaysia and Indonesia people in mailing-list and bloggs has been raised as contemporary phenomenon. While there are crack dramatic issues such as I hate Indon, I hate Malon, Indonsial and Malingsia in website. It has been look as true and serious cyber-conflict indeed. Scholar can be looked those as a latent-conflict. Some of netters and blogger have been advocated and established offensive clash such as, making provocation, telling bad reality and just little person whom writing peace messages toward of two nations stereotypes. It has been expressed in virtual-wars through acts of like and dislike expression toward bilateral relations such as cultural heritage claim, nusantara workers condition in Malaysia, territorial boundaries, smokes impact, illegal logging, terrorism actors, etc. This radicalism has increasingly become an bilateral concern since the Sipadan-Ligitan and Ambalat Block cases, illegal logging, haze and forest burning, and Indonesia workers cases emerge between 2007-2009 periods.
There are some invention facts of this research: First, this research finding majority respondent think that main cause of cyberclash between Indonesia-Malaysia is matters of nusantara cultural which claimed by someone in Malay and in other hand Indonesian workers crimes in Malay. Most of respondent think cyberclash by using blog and milist is very use-full to rebuild new understanding between two nations. In this clash emerge what they want and what not to do in the future, including what kind viable solution. Although, there is fact that 31,4 persen from 500 person do not know there are available cyber-clash between two people. There are tendency that most of respondent (42,8 persen) thinking that cyber-clash in blog and milist-groups such as I hate Indon, I hate Malon, Indonsial, Malingsia, was looked as very emotional behaviors and less-solution affirmation. Meanwhile, in second level (17,8 persen) respondent believe that these cyber-clash will give good advantages to build new equilibrium relation among two nations.
Second, there are majority respondent who expressing good idea in order to maintenance Indonesia-Malaysia relation. It can be use student, lecturer and socio-politico scientist in both countries, to be acting as bridge of peace-maker by exchange campuss program, writing together and collaborative research programs in middle time. Collaborative Science and Technology Program have been accepted as viable ways to build ASIA communities pre-condition.
At the end, there also suggestion, we need common values in maintaining our relations namely Earthism (Sebumi) and One Common-heritages (Serumpun). It tell us about great spirits consist the principle of one earth, one atmosphere and one of big family of humankind. Respondent also agree that Indonesia and Malaysia should be producing more creative Asia TV and Radio program, and web such as Melayu-online to campaign our common interest and Malaysia should be wise if will promote tourism in global advertisements, and there are also imagine project suggestion between two nations to build floating city or city of undersea in the future. Dont make land or border as reason of conflict between two great nations. Malaysia and Indonesia are great neighbors forever.