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If it can harness collective angst in Southeast Asia about China’s actions in the South China Sea, Indonesia is likely to benefit from a heightened American presence in the region, Aristyo Darmawan writes. ‘The friend of your enemy is your enemy; just as the enemy of my enemy is my friend’ is a well-known adage,...
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On Saturday, July 25, 2020, Genio Ladyan Finasisca successfully defended her dissertation entitled “Regulation and Implementation of Mineral Metal Value Added Obligation to Objectify People’s Prosperity in Indonesia” before the Academic Session of the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia (FHUI). The session was chaired by the Dean of FHUI, Dr. Edmon Makarim, S.Kom., S.H.,...
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The campus is a contributor to plastic waste. Referring to research in America, each student produced an average of 640 pounds or 290.56 kg of solid waste each year, including 500 bottles of drinks, 320 pounds or 145.28 kg of paper waste. In the program titled RecycleMania 2020 competition, there are 300 campuses in America...
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On the morning of 24 June 2020, three Indonesian fishermen rescued 94 Rohingya refugees from a sinking cargo ship. They attempted to transport the group – 49 women, 15 men, and 30 children – to Kuala Tanah Jambo Aye in Seunuddon district, North Aceh, but their engine broke, leaving them stranded four miles from the coast of...
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For centuries, the South China Sea has remained one of the biggest challenges for most Asian countries. The complex nature of the dispute requires efforts from all related countries to contribute in order to maintain peace and security in the region. Diplomats, military leaders, and government decision-makers have their own roles and contribution to securing...
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Lately, the issue of leakage of personal data and offer of transactions to that has again spread. The incident not only struck personal data managed by a corporation but also a Government agency. The public is worried and questioned why such incidents often occur and as if there is no law enforcement. All leakage incidents...
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Professor of Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia, Rosa Agustina, assesses that Indonesia needs a special court that hears environmental cases in the country with reliable judges so that they can appreciate the true meaning of the environment. “The environment is complex, not only legal knowledge but also science, knowledge about animals, forestry, conservation and so...
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In June, four years after the Hague’s 2016 South China Sea tribunal ruling, Indonesia put forward a formal diplomatic note to the UN. This was in response to Malaysia’s 2019 continental shelf submission that objected to China’s maritime claims in the South China Sea, including the area bounded by China’s nine-dash line. It said that ‘Indonesia is not...
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On December 12th, 2019, Malaysia submitted a proposal to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (CLCS) concerning the limits of its continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles. The continental shelf submission lies from Malaysia’s baseline towards the South China Sea. The submission its accordance with article 76, paragraph 8 of the United Nations Convention on the...
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Professor of Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia (FHUI), Prof. Dr. Satya Arinanto, S.H., M.H., has been chosen as an expert staff of Ma’ruf Amin, Vice President of Indonesia. The expert staff recruitment is the result of some selection that did by Ma’ruf Amin and Masduki, Head of Vice President Secretary Mohamad Oemar, and the deputies....
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