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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
Indonesia Sinks 60 More Vessels to Mark Independence
August 19, 2016
Indonesia Sinks 60 More Vessels to Mark Independence
Sinkings described as low-key, with identities of the vessels not publicly disclosed.
Indonesia Sinks 60 More Vessels to Mark Independence
Indonesia Sinks Vessels Ahead of Independence Day
August 17, 2016
Indonesia Sinks Vessels Ahead of Independence Day
Authorities begin a new round of an ongoing crackdown on illegal fishing.
Indonesia Sinks Vessels Ahead of Independence Day
Indonesia to Blow Up 30 More Illegal Foreign Vessels
June 08, 2016
Indonesia to Blow Up 30 More Illegal Foreign Vessels
The country’s fisheries minister says preparations are under way for another round of sinkings.
Indonesia to Blow Up 30 More Illegal Foreign Vessels
Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing Gets a Technology Boost
April 28, 2016
Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing Gets a Technology Boost
A new pact with a Silicon Valley firm could embolden Jakarta’s ongoing crackdown.
Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing Gets a Technology Boost
Indonesia Sinks 23 Foreign Vessels After China Spat
April 06, 2016
Indonesia Sinks 23 Foreign Vessels After China Spat
Jakarta signals that its war on illegal fishing will continue unabated.
Indonesia Sinks 23 Foreign Vessels After China Spat
Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?
March 24, 2016
Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?
A closer look at how Jakarta’s approach might (and might not) shift.
Will Indonesia’s South China Sea Policy Change Amid China’s Assertiveness?
Indonesia Could Sink 57 More Vessels in War on Illegal Fishing
January 08, 2016
Indonesia Could Sink 57 More Vessels in War on Illegal Fishing
Jakarta’s aggressive crackdown shows few signs of stopping in 2016.
Indonesia Could Sink 57 More Vessels in War on Illegal Fishing
What’s Behind the Missing US-Indonesia Maritime Security Pact?
November 11, 2015
What’s Behind the Missing US-Indonesia Maritime Security Pact?
Entrenched interests prevent the signing of a coast guard pact between Washington and Jakarta.
What’s Behind the Missing US-Indonesia Maritime Security Pact?
Jokowi Defends Indonesia’s Foreign Policy During US Trip
October 29, 2015
Jokowi Defends Indonesia’s Foreign Policy During US Trip
President Jokowi refutes claims that the country is becoming inward-looking during his tenure.
Jokowi Defends Indonesia’s Foreign Policy During US Trip
Vietnam ‘Deeply Concerned’ by Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing
August 21, 2015
Vietnam ‘Deeply Concerned’ by Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing
Hanoi registers its concerns to Jakarta again following a mass public sinking.
Vietnam ‘Deeply Concerned’ by Indonesia’s War on Illegal Fishing
Indonesia Sinks 34 Foreign Ships in War on Illegal Fishing
August 19, 2015
Indonesia Sinks 34 Foreign Ships in War on Illegal Fishing
A closer look at Jakarta’s latest mass public sinking.
Indonesia Sinks 34 Foreign Ships in War on Illegal Fishing
Indonesia’s Navy Captures Elusive ‘Slave Ship’
August 15, 2015
Indonesia’s Navy Captures Elusive ‘Slave Ship’
Jakarta catches a vessel allegedly involved in slave labor in the fishing sector.
Indonesia’s Navy Captures Elusive ‘Slave Ship’
Why Is Indonesia Sinking 70 Foreign Vessels on Its Independence Day?
August 10, 2015
Why Is Indonesia Sinking 70 Foreign Vessels on Its Independence Day?
Jakarta will conduct its largest public sinking of foreign vessels under Jokowi to date.
Why Is Indonesia Sinking 70 Foreign Vessels on Its Independence Day?
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