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Access to Justice for Indigenous Peoples in International Law

the status and rights of indigenous peoples have been recognized by international law. however, there remains debatable whether or not such recognition has been translated into providing access to jus...

Online Piracy and Copyright Protection Through Internet (a Critical Review for the Intellectual Rights and Obligations Balance)

internet as a new communication medium, is the result the information and communication technology convergence, which came in the form of an electronic system. in the intellectual property rights pers...

Indonesian Case on Illegal Migrant

indonesia has faced the problem of illegal immigrants for a long time, especially with the rise of war in other countries or other forms of oppression against a party who then makes them leave the cou...

Women's Rights Protection in Cultural and Environmental Sector

the indonesian society is a patriarchy society, where female's roles in society, national, and country life are not apparent because they have always been dominated by men. this is reflected in almost...

Legal Reform Project, Access to Justice and Gender Equity in Indonesia

this article is to discuss the impact of legal reform project between indonesian and australian government in assisting women, the poor and those living in remote areas to access the judiciary in indo...

International Law Making

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Once More Unto the Breach: Some Thoughts on the Future of the EEZ

by public international law standards, the exclusive economic zone (eez) remains a relative newcomer, the product of state practice following the end of the second world war and multilateral negotiati...

Development Toward the Adoption of the FAO Agreement on Port State Measures to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing

on november 25, 2009, during its governing conference in rome, the food and agriculture organization of the united nations (fao) approved a new treaty aimed at closing fishing ports to ships involved ...

Perspectives on Enhancing Safety and Security in Indonesian Waters

the indonesian waters are for world seaborne trade, naval movement, and other maritime interests. so it has a strategic value for maintaining economic security, peace, and stability in the region. ind...

State Responsibility for Environmental Protection During International Armed Conflict

in the last ten decades, many international armed conflicts have occurred bringing not only human casualties but also deleterious environmental damages. it is widely acknowledged that the environment ...

From Bali to Copenhagen: Indonesia's Position and Role in International Negotiation to Establish a Post-Kyoto Protocol Agreement on Climate Change

in the light of upcoming end of the kyoto protocol in 2012, international society is in the urgent need to arrange a new international agreement to cope more with the issue that has been threatening b...

The Curious Case of Earth's Survival V. the World's Development

the over exploitation of marine life is the first part of the planetary crisis. the second part of the crisis arises because man is ambitious and cannot be stopped from progressing everyday. this crea...

Connecting Indonesia's Maritime Cabotage and the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

on 7 may 2008, indonesia enacted law 17/ 2008 on shipping (shipping act) which substituted law 20/1992 on shipping. in the new shipping act, maritime cabotage is scheduled to take its full effects on ...

Principles of International Environmental Law Volume I: Frameworks, Standards, and Implementation

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Prospects of Reform of the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism

in a context of economic globalization, the wto emerged within the multilateral trading system as an international organization settling intergovernmental trade disputes. the wto dispute settlement me...

The United Nations General Assembly Resolution (UNGAR)1 as a Source of International Law: Toward a Reformulation of Sources of International Law

the changes in international community since 1945 have led to fundamental disputes on the sources of international law, in particular, the notion of the united nation general assembly resolution to be...

Indonesian First Experiences in Delineating Extended Continental Shelf Submission to the Un-clcs

the international law, in particular the law of the sea convention (hereinafter: losc), has provided a progresive development to indonesia in the context its territory and jurisdiction. indonesia as o...

Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment

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Standardization of Indonesia's Islands Name as an Effort in Safeguarding the Republic of Indonesia Sovereignty

in its position as sovereign state, the possession of definite territory is a must for indonesia; as a consequence of its status as an archipelagic state therefore indonesia has the responsibility in ...

Basic Concept of Positivism in the Development of Legal Studies

legal norms governing a social system are known as the legal system, which function as guidelines for the creation of rules for community members. a legal system comprises norms (principles) serving a...

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