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Sydney Declaration affirms Asean-Australia relationship

Asian Correspondent, AUSTRALIA and the 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) issued a joint statement on Sunday, asserting shared commitment to cooperation in trade, cybersecurity, counterterrorism and the adoption of a code of conduct for the South China Sea. Named the Sydney Declaration and issued at the culmination of the Asean-Australia …

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ASEAN discusses management of ocean plastics

VietnamNews,Jakarta (VNA) : A two-day forum on policy and initiatives to manage marine plastic pollution in ASEAN member countries opened in Jakarta, Indonesia, on December 5. The forum attracted over 100 participants from Indonesian ministries, ASEAN research institutes, the ASEAN Secretariat, and non-governmental organisations. Discussion was set to focus on current situation and impacts of …

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Indonesia Ingin Kurangi Sampah Plastik di Laut Hingga 70 Persen

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Indonesia berkeinginan untuk mengurangi 70 persen sampah plastik di laut pada 2025 mendatang. Pernyataan ini diucapkan oleh Deputi Menteri Bidang Kedaulatan Maritim Kementerian Koordinasi Kemaritiman Indonesia, Havas Oegroseno. Kurangnya dana menjadi penghalang untuk mewujudkan tujuan tersebut. “Tolak ukur internasional untuk pengolahan limbah pada adalah USD50 (setara Rp678 ribu) per orang setiap tahunnya, namun …

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Sustainable water management key to development of Mekong River

Vietnam News, Jakarta : The Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) held a conference on sustainable water management for Mekong River in Jakarta, Indonesia, on September 27. The conference introduced potential projects and recommended measures to tackle pollution and resource depletion in the river. CSEAS Executive Director Dr. Arisman said the unsustainable use of water …

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Warnings issued on about impact of new dams

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta: Experts warned on Wednesday countries building or planning to construct hydroelectric dams on the Mekong River that the developments could cause environmental damage, threats to food security and possible conflicts. Speaking at the Regional Workshop on Sustainable Water Resource Management in the Mekong River: Human Security and Regional Stability in South east …

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Pentingnya Menjaga Stabilitas Sungai Mekong

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Kawasan yang dilalui Sungai Mekong mulai dari Tiongkok, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Kamboja dan Vietnam perlu dijaga stabilitasnya. Penjagaan stabilitas itu penting karena dapat memengaruhi aspek keamanan di kawasan Asia Tenggara. Ancaman keamanan muncul mulai dari yang sifatnya menyentuh sekitar 80 juta warga yang tergantung kepada sungai Mekong tersebut. Seperti jalur perdagangan sungai, perikanan dan …

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Experts Find New Solutions to South China Sea Dispute

The Jakarta Post, Tue, September 6 2016 – With prevailing international legal measures producing stalemate and tension in the South China Sea (SCS), ASEAN and Indonesian experts are looking for innovative solutions to reach stable peace in the disputed waters. Many regional and global options were discussed during the 2nd High Level International Workshop on …

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Maritime Security Issues Generate Ghallenges, Opportunities in Asia

VNA, August 23, 2016 – An international symposium took place at Shangri-La Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia, on August 22 to look into maritime security in Asia, along with challenges and opportunities for peace, stability and sustainability. At the three panel discussions, scholars analysed current maritime security challenges, especially in the East Sea where China has …

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Rule of Law ‘Common Denominator’ in Maritime Security

Jakarta Post, August 23 2016 -The rule of law will keep the playing field level when it comes to debating maritime security in an Asia-Pacific region charged with competing interests, international maritime law experts argue. As Asia is increasingly becoming the center of global economic growth, the region’s existing maritime security architecture needs to be …

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ASEAN Dialogue on international Law Opens

VOVworld, 17 March 2016 – The ASEAN Dialogue on international law opens in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Thursday. The event, co-organized by the Center for Southeast Asia Studies (CSEAS) and the Netherlands Embassy in Jakarta, includes the participation of 150 delegates including government officials, representatives of diplomatic corps, experts, and scholars. Delegates analyzed challenges to maritime security in …

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