Sovereignty And The Sea

Author: John G. Butcher
Publisher: NUS Press
ISBN: 9814722219
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Sovereignty and the Sea explains how Indonesia succeeded in its extraordinary claim. At the heart of Indonesia’s archipelagic campaign was a small group of Indonesian diplomats.

Indonesia Beyond The Water S Edge

Author: R. B. Cribb
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
ISBN: 9812309853
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Managing an Archipelagic State R. B. Cribb, Michele Ford ... Its vast maritime
area of 5.8 million square kilometres consists of 0.3 million square kilometres of
territorial sea, 2.8 million square kilometres of archipelagic waters and 2.7 million
square kilometres of exclusive economic zone The country occupies a
particularly ... In dealings with neighbouring countries, border issues have
consistently been high on the agenda since Indonesia became an independent
nation in 1945 ...

The Southeast Asian Archipelagic States

Author: Phiphat Tangsubkul
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Netherlands Indies Waters: Netherlands Indies territorial sea including the
Netherlands Indies internal waters. After Indonesia became independent on 29
December 1949, the question arose whether the former Netherlands Indies
provisions of the laws of the sea still applied in the newly created Republic of
Indonesia. The question became a case of the transfer of sovereignty. The
following provision was made at the Round Table Conference of 1949 at The
Hague in the Agreement ...

Origin And Development Pf The Law Of The Sea

Author: Ram Prakash Anand
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789024726172
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Indonesia, which is the most strategic of the archipelagic states, enclosed within
its baselines the Java, Flores, Molucca, Banda and Savu Seas and the important
straits of Sunda, Sumba, Lombok, Ombai, Molucca and Macassar, as well as ...
Through the archipelagic waters, which under the archipelago principle, become
internal waters subject to the absolute sovereignty of the coastal states, there
would be no right of aerial overflight, and movement of fishing vessels, warships
and ...

The Imli Manual On International Maritime Law

Author: David Attard
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191509949
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Today, we see States employing either excessive straight baseline systems or
archipelagic baselines without lawfully becoming archipelagic States. 5.4 The
Rights and Obligations of Archipelagic States and Other States in the
Archipelagic Waters The archipelagic State principle was achieved as a package
deal. On one hand, other States acknowledged the full sovereignty of
archipelagic States over the archipelagic waters, seabed, and subsoil, as well as
the air space above the ...

The New Law Of The Sea

Author: Janusz Symonides
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-mile territorial sea. . When the Philippines and Indonesia became independent
states they initiated moves to introduce to the law of the sea the concept known
as "archipelagic states". The note of December 1955 i submitted to the UN ... the
different islands belonging to the Philippine Archipelago irrespective of their
widths or dimensions, are necessary appurtenances of its land territory, forming
an integral part of the national or inland waters subject to the exclusive
sovereignty of the ...

Impediments To Regionalism In Southeast Asia

Author: Hans H. Indorf
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
ISBN: 9971902818
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Bilateral Constraints Among ASEAN Member States Hans H. Indorf. Maritime ...
Conference on the Law of the Sea concluded its deliberations with a majority
vote (130 : 4 : 17) but without the consent of some of the major maritime powers.
Although the treaty ... An archipelagic state can claim the right to draw straight
base lines between the outermost points of the outermost islands and reefs,
declaring all water and land within this area to be under the sovereignty of that
state. Indonesia ...

Asean And The Law Of The Sea

Author: Phiphat Tangsubkul
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
ISBN: 9789971902407
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It became part of Indonesian law after independence by virtue of A8 of the
Agreement on Transitional Measures governing transfer of sovereignty'which
was adopted in the Indonesian Constitution as Article 192. Since 1950 ...
Indonesia. On 13 December 1957, the Djuanda Declaration revoked a number of
provisions of the original Territorial Sea Ordinance. ... This was the first major
legal step taken by Indonesia towards establishing itself in a special position as
an archipelagic state.

Maritime Security In Southeast Asia

Author: Kwa Kwa Chong Guan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134123450
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The consolidation of the late colonial state in the first half of the twentieth century
included the clearer demarcation of boundaries on land and sea for the control of
smuggling, movement of peoples, trafficking of persons and piracy. Post- Second
World War decolonization and nation building stressed sovereignty and
territoriality. The seas which ... Both Indonesia and the Philippines have had to
change their iden- tities as nation-states to become archipelagic states. The
UNCLOS ...

Southeast Asian Affairs

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However, the degree of sovereignty over each zone will depend on the final
position of the Philippines at the Third Conference relating to the Archipelagic
Concept, the "Historic Waters" claim and the Economic Zone approach.
Malaysia's Proposals Although Malaysia's geographical position is not that of an
archipelago like its neighbours — the Philippines and Indonesia — almost 80%
of its territory is bound by seas. Therefore, extension of any type of fisheries
jurisdiction is more or ...