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Indonesia War on Illegal Fishing in the Headlines with New Sinkings
May 09, 2019
Indonesia War on Illegal Fishing in the Headlines with New Sinkings
The development highlighted the country’s ongoing campaign against illegal fishing under the Jokowi government.
Indonesia War on Illegal Fishing in the Headlines with New Sinkings
The Old Challenge in the New Indonesia-Vietnam South China Sea Clash
May 01, 2019
The Old Challenge in the New Indonesia-Vietnam South China Sea Clash
Both sides continue to face difficulties in managing illegal fishing and broader maritime issues within their wider relationship.
The Old Challenge in the New Indonesia-Vietnam South China Sea Clash
What’s in Indonesia’s New Natuna Fishing Zone in the South China Sea?
February 23, 2019
What’s in Indonesia’s New Natuna Fishing Zone in the South China Sea?
A recent statement has spotlighted Jakarta’s ongoing efforts in this respect.
What’s in Indonesia’s New Natuna Fishing Zone in the South China Sea?
The Plight of Traditional Fishermen in Indonesia
April 11, 2018
The Plight of Traditional Fishermen in Indonesia
Indonesia’s vast maritime space is hotly contested between modern and traditional fishermen.
The Plight of Traditional Fishermen in Indonesia
Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing Continues With New Sinkings
November 01, 2017
Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing Continues With New Sinkings
Despite some moderation, Jakarta is determined to eradicate the problem.
Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing Continues With New Sinkings
Indonesia Blows Up 81 Ships in War on Illegal Fishing
April 04, 2017
Indonesia Blows Up 81 Ships in War on Illegal Fishing
317 vessels have now suffered this fate since President Jokowi has come to power.
Indonesia Blows Up 81 Ships in War on Illegal Fishing
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