Feminism is very different from other streams or theory in international relations. Jacqui True in his article argued that this theory has introduced gender as a category of the relevant empirical and analytical tools for understanding the relationship of global power as well as a normative position to build alternative world orders (True, 2001). Gender analysis explores the meanings attached to femininity and masculinity as well as on how the meaning of a disputed form relationships between women, men and institutions. The meaning of gender itself is the behavior and expectations of a socially learned that formed the thought of masculinity and feminist. As time goes by, feminism became one of the important theories of international relations. Jacqui True in his article to distinguish feminism into three parts, i.e. empirical, feminism feminism feminism analytical and normative. Empirical feminism focusing on women and gender relations as the empirical aspects of international relations. Empirical raised the issue of feminism on the exploitation of women as a result of economic globalization which later gave rise to inequality against women (True, 2001). In the empirical, True feminism speaks of power and security in international relations with regard to gender. In this case the feminists argue that power, sovereignty, and security anarchy in international relations cannot be separated from gender segregation regarding private and public sectors in the domestic and international level.The second is the analytic feminism. Analytic feminism deconstructed frame theory in international relations, expressing gender bias which includes key concepts and impede an accurate and comprehensive understanding of international relations. Analytic feminism also tried a deconstructed back perspective on femininity and masculinity are socially constructed asymmetrical (True, 2001). Feminism always choose gender as a main base in view of international relations. Interpreting State feminism as an organizer and centralized power in gender. In the feminism gender analytical, understood not only as a male-female distinction biologically, but more into the social construction of masculinity-asymmetric feminists. Thirdly, normative process reflects feminism theory of IR as part a normative agenda of global change. Feminism is no longer normative see discrimination in the form of opposition to the biological man and woman as well as thoughts of masculine-feminine. Feminism more normative view on how and where a particular position can be obtained. In his contribution in international relations, feminism has raised the existence of an exemption from the international system that had dominated the thinking of realists. Realism looks at the country as a major actor and have discourse is loaded with issues of war and conflict. State, conflict, the interests and the war is an issue that is very masculine. This try was broken into by feminists by way of recognizing the existence of other actors.