IONS Seminar 2014 - Session 6 - Collaborative Capacity Building
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Speaker: Ambassador Hasjim Djalal, Indonesian Maritime Council

Speaker: Ambassador Hasjim Djalal, Indonesian Maritime Council

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  • 1. Collaborative Capacity Building Prof. DR. Hasjim Djalal Indonesian Maritime Council
  • 2. Broad Perspective 1. Asian African Conference in Bandung Indonesia (1955) 2. Effort to convene Indian Ocean Conference by Madagascar (around 1960s) 3. Economic Factors: a. Fisheries: UNCLOS 1982, Implementing Agreement 1995, EEZ; b. Mineral Resources: UNCLOS 1982, Implementing Agreement 1994, Continental Shelf/Margin Regulations India: Polymetalic noduls China: Sea mount metal crust Republic of Korea
  • 3. 4. Indian Ocean Nations Efforts: a. Centre for Indian Ocean Studies, Andalas University West Sumatera and others b.IOMAC, Colombo c. IFIOR, Perth, June 1995 d.IORG, Chandigarh, India e. IOR-ARC (IORA) Mauritius f. IOTC , Seychelles g. CCSBT, Canberra h.IONS
  • 4. 5. Development of Political and Geostrategic Issues: a. South China Sea and East China Seas issues b.Middle East and Gulf Nations c. Others
  • 5. 6. Rules that could be used as guidelines: a. UN Charter, UNCLOS, and Implementing Agreements b.FAO, ICAO, and other organizations c. Regional Arrangements: CCSBT, Straits of Malacca and Singapore
  • 6. 7. Other Factors a. Peripheral/Sub Regional Seas b.Straits used for International navigations c. Archipelagic Sealane Passage d.Enclosed and Semi-enclosed Sea: South China Sea, The Red Sea, Persian/Arabian Gulf, Timor Sea e. Maritime Boundaries/delimitations f. Piracy, armed robberies, international terrorism g. Environmental issues, Climate change and sea level rise h.Threats of Tsunami i. Illegal Migrants, trafficking of persons, narcotics drugs
  • 7. Conclusion 1. IONS/ Australia: - living resources, tuna, CCSBT - Continental Margins - Rule of Engagements on Drones - Search and Rescue in Indian Oceans 2. India: the use of international seabed mineral resources, and the development of science and technology on explorations and exploitations 3. DoC / CoC on Military Excercises and intelligence gathering activities in the EEZ (?) 4. The role of 1.5 track diplomacy, like the SCS Model. 5. The Use of UNCLOS Provisions, particularly on Maritime Zones: TS, CZ, EEZ, CSh/Margins, High Seas, ISA, Enclosed and Semi- enclosed seas, Straits used for international navigations.
  • 8. Thank you