Selasa, 18 November 2014

Diskusi Habibie Center: Sea Lines Of Communication (SLOC) Conference

Diskusi Habibie Center :
Sea Lines Of Communication (SLOC) Conference

“Towards a Common Regional Understanding of SLOC: Identifying Opportunities for Cooperation and Overcoming Security Challenges for a Prosperous Asia Pacific Maritime Region”

Waktu :
Tuesday, 18 November 2014, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Tempat :
The Dharmawangsa Hotel
Jl. Brawijaya Raya No. 26, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta

Session 1: 
Indonesia as a 'Global Maritime Axis' 
- Implications of Jokowi's Maritime Policy on SLOC

Speaker :
  1. Drs. Teuku Rezasyah (Padjadjaran University, Indonesia)
  2. Let. Col. Salim (Sea Power Centre Seskoal)
  3. Prof. George Till (King's College London)
Ms. Rahimah Abdulrahim (The Habibie Center)

Drs. Teuku Rezasyah, Let. Col. Salim ,Prof. George Till,Ms. Rahimah Abdulrahim

This session will aim to decipher the new Indonesian government's emphasis on maritime issues and discuss how Jokowi's pledge to realized indonesia as a 'global maritime axis' will affect SLOC in the Asia-Pacific region. In particular this session will discuss if and how Jokowi's maritime policy fits into our understanding of SLOCs to the Asia-Pacific region from the perspective of the political, economic and social cultural benefits they bring to states in the region and whether a 'global maritime axis' can be a springboard for a wider regionalism taking place.

Slide foto-foto selama Sesi1

Session 2: 
Towards a Common Regional 
Understanding of SLOC

  1. I Made Andi Arsana, Ph.D (Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources an Security ANCOR Australia)
  2. Ambassador Sabam Sirait (Former Indonesia Ambassador to Australia)
  3. Allan Delos Reyes (Senior Research Assistant - Institute for Strategic and Development Studies Philippines)
Dr. Connie Rahakundini Bakrie (Board of Trustees Member, Institute or Maritime Studies, Indonesia).

I Made Andi Arsana,Sabam Sirait ,Allan Delos Reyes,Connie Rahakundini Bakrie

This sessions will discuss the different interpretations of UNCLOS stipulations related to SLOCs and principle of free passage. In particular the session will hear the perspectives of various Asia-Pacific countries - including the coastal states that SLOcs passes by and the major powers that depend heavily on trade transported through the sea lanes. By putting forward all the different interests and concerns, the session aims to find key elements that can later form part of a common regional understanding and consensus on SLOCs needed for an effective SLOC regime in the Asia-Pacific.

Slide foto-foto selama Sesi 2
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Slide of  I Made Andi Arsana, Ph.D

Slide of Let. Col. Salim

Slide of Allan Delos Reyes

Slide of Prof. George Till

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