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Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelagic state, with more than 18,000 islands and over 7.9 million square kilometres of sea. The marine frontier presents the nation with both economic opportunities and political and strategic challenges. Indonesia has been affected more than most countries in the world by a slow revolution in the management of its waters. Whereas Indonesia’s seas were once conceived administratively as little more than the empty space between islands, successive governments have become aware that this view is outmoded. The effective transfer to the seas of regulatory regimes that took shape on land, such as territoriality, has been an enduring challenge to Indonesian governments. This book addresses issues related to maritime boundaries and security, marine safety, inter-island shipping, the development of the archipelagic concept in international law, marine conservation, illegal fishing, and the place of the sea in national and regional identity.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Table of Contents
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  1. Tables
  2. p. vii
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  1. Maps and Figures
  2. p. ix
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. xi-xiii
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. p. xv
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  1. 1. Indonesia as an Archipelago: Managing Islands, Managing the Seas
  2. pp. 1-27
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  1. 2. Becoming an Archipelagic State: The Juanda Declaration of 1957 and the ‘Struggle’ to Gain International Recognition of the Archipelagic Principle
  2. pp. 28-48
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  1. 3. Indonesia’s Maritime Boundaries
  2. pp. 49-58
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  1. 4. Indonesia’s Archipelagic Sea Lanes
  2. pp. 59-69
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  1. 5. Extending Indonesia? Opportunities and Challenges related to the Definition of Indonesia’s Extended Continental Shelf Rights
  2. pp. 70-93
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  1. 6. Indonesian Port Sector Reform and the 2008 Shipping Law
  2. pp. 94-116
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  1. 7. Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Indonesian Waters
  2. pp. 117-133
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  1. 8. The Indonesian Maritime Security Coordinating Board
  2. pp. 134-145
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  1. 9. Marine Safety in Indonesian Waters
  2. pp. 146-156
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  1. 10. Governance in Indonesia’s Marine Protected Areas: A Case Study of Komodo National Park
  2. pp. 157-171
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  1. 11. Rising to the Challenge of Providing Legal Protection for the Indonesian Coastal and Marine Environment
  2. pp. 172-194
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  1. 12. Legal and Illegal Indonesian Fishing in Australian Waters
  2. pp. 195-220
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  1. 13. Fluid Boundaries: Modernity, Nation and Identity in the Riau Islands
  2. pp. 221-237
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 239-247
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Additional Information

ISBN
9789812309815
Related ISBN
9789812309853
MARC Record
OCLC
748241727
Pages
248
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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