Syamsuddin Muhammad Noor
Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University

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The Impact of the Development of Trade Practices on Enforcement of International Environmental Law Birkah Latif; Syamsuddin Muhammad Noor; Juajir Sumardi; Irwansyah Irwansyah
Sriwijaya Law Review VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2, JULY 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Sriwijaya University, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.28946/slrev.Vol3.Iss2.226.pp137-151


The issue of trade and environment is always debatable. Degradation and damaging to the environment surge the countries in making comprehensive and multi-approach planning. This is based on the view that trade should not only count for profit but also carry out calculations and planning for the impacts and conditions when the business is carried out and after completion. The purpose of this paper is to find out whether the environment causes trade not to be carried out and to end economic growth and there is a solution to balance the environment and trade as prevention in both fields through environmental protection legal instruments. The first issue showed that trade that used to be a source of income that is the main target of countries, nevertheless, the unwise planning and also corrupt cases has made the trade become the trigger for environmental damage. This condition caused by a lack of awareness in law enforcement and even various corruption issues causing trade to become a threat, especially for the environment. The second issue arises, which is the mechanism in balancing trade and the environment to preserve the environment and encourage the country's economic growth by optimizing the implementation of environmental protection laws. This paper uses normative legal research methods by collecting data derived from the literature, legislation, articles, and cases that occur within countries. The result shows that more states and stakeholder using more technique on achieving a balance of trade and environment protection, with a pro-environment calculation, it is expected that trade will be carried out in parallel with environmental preservation.
INDONESIAN OCEAN LEGAL POLITICS Syamsuddin Muhammad Noor; Judhariksawan; Laode Abd. Gani; Birkah Latif; Kadarudin; Nurhidayat Oktafian Noor; Febriyana Mahyuddin
Awang Long Law Review Vol 4 No 2 (2022): Awang Long Law Review
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum Awang Long

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.56301/awl.v4i2.677


Indonesia's foreign policy, namely a free and active foreign policy. Free means that Indonesia does not take sides with the forces which are basically incompatible with the national personality, as reflected in Pancasila, and is active in carrying out foreign policy. The acceptance of the Law of the Sea Convention III does not end all maritime disputes. Several problems arose, especially the clash of territorial delimitation between countries, particularly with China, for example regarding the Kwey Fey fishing boat incident. In March 2016, a Chinese fishing vessel, Kwey Fey, was involved in an incident with an Indonesian Marine patrol boat, KM Hiu II in the Natuna Sea. As a result of the incident, Indonesia then took steps to make a declaration, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Panjaitan announced the naming of the waters north northeast of the Natuna Islands as the North Natuna Sea.