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Lampung Journal of International Law (LaJIL)
Published by Universitas Lampung
ISSN : 26566532     EISSN : 27232603     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25041/lajil
Core Subject : Social,
The Lampung Journal of International Law or abbreviated as LaJIL, is an international journal published by the Faculty of Law, University of Lampung. The scope of this Journal is the development of international law sciences. LaJIL is a means of publication from results of the research, and a means of sharing developments in international law field. The background of the establishment of LaJIL Journal is focus on international law in Indonesian aspect. Therefore, Faculty of Law, University of Lampung took the initiative to establish a journal that specifically develops the issue of international law. Thus, we hope that the results of LaJIL publishing will provide an important output for the development of international law in generally, and to provide knowledge of international law of the sea, international human rights law, international of humanitarian law, international organization law, international trade and economics law, diplomatic law, international settlement disputes law, air and outer space law, international environmental law, international criminal law, and informatics and technology law in particularly. The article which will be published by LaJIL is a review article relating to the development of international law, both public and private international law. LaJIL is available in both print and online version.
Arjuna Subject : Ilmu Sosial - Hukum
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LEGAL PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL DANCE ACCORDING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW Aplia Eka Dewi
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)
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Indonesia is a country that consists of various ethnics that have a diverse culture with the types and forms of art. One form of traditional art is a traditional dance that requires maintenance, preservation, and protection to be enjoyed by the next generation. Traditional dance is one of the cultural products that are also prone to become victims such as claims occur in Reog Dance and Pendet Dance by neighbouring countries. This research aims to determine the legal protection of traditional dance in International Law and the implementation of the legal protection of traditional dance in Indonesia.
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT IN THE SETTLEMENT OF HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC BY THE UNITED NATIONS Parulian Yusuf S.
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)
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State’s sovereignty enables the execution of governance arrangements and state’s (primary) obligation to protect citizens from the threats of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and aggression. Moreover, sovereignty is considered as a state-owned right to reject forms of interventions. The opposition that arises between sovereignty and the protection of humanity encourages the birth of Responsibility to Protect. The humanitarian crisis occurred in the Central African Republic when the Central African Republic government was unable to stop the insurgency arising in its territory. Seleka and Anti-Balaka rebels were involved in the civil war in the Central African Republic. Seleka rebels attacked a predominantly Christian and Anti-Balaka population attacking a Muslim minority. This is of concern to the international community and encourages the United Nations Security Council to take action to resolve the humanitarian crisis in the Central African Republic under Responsibility to Protect.
PROTECTION OF CHILDREN’S PERSONAL DATA IN THE DIGITAL WORLD BASED ON NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRAMEWORK Bismo Jiwo Agung
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)
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The crime of children’s data in the digital world is one of the causes of the rampant crime of bullying, fraud, theft, sexual harassment, exploitation and abduction which leads to the trafficking of people who make children victims. The method used in this paper is a juridical-normative comparative legal research method. The result shows that the Convention on the Rights of Child Convention 1989 (CORC) does not regulate the personal data in the digital world comprehensively. So far, countries in the world, including Indonesia, have only relied on the international legal framework. It is recommended, including international guidelines issued by several international organizations such as the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), and the International Telecommunication Union regarding the guidelines for parents and children in 2016. Indonesia already has a set of legal rules that are used as a basis for protecting children’s rights in the digital world. Based on these rules, the protection of children’s data in the digital world is included in the private and criminal domain. These Legal Frameworks show that the government is passive in protecting children’s data in the digital world because the responsibility of child safety and security when online is still focused on the parents or guardians of the child.
APPLICATION OF ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ODR) IN INTERNATIONAL AND INDONESIA DOMAIN NAMES DISPUTES Dheka Ermelia Putri
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)
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The Online Dispute Resolution has become a breakthrough in the world of law, especially the law of dispute settlement. Online Dispute Resolution is used in several disputes such as e-commerce disputes and domain name. Technically, part of the ODR has been used by Indonesia’s Constitutional Court, where the Indonesian Constitutional Court utilizes video conferencing facilities in listening to witness testimonies and expert opinions. Moreover, PANDI (Pengelola Nama Domain Indonesia) has implemented most of the functions of the ODR in resolving Domain Name disputes in Indonesia like one of the cases that has been resolved, we call as “Netflix.id” Case that is the case of the Netflix Company who has used Netflix’s name as merchandise since 1977. Netflix Company knowing that there is a new domain name that uses the name of the item, namely “Netflix.id” is officially registered and this interferes with the trading of the Netflix Company, with the result that Netflix Company filed a lawsuit to namely removing the “Netflix.id” domain name. This case was resolved without going through a face to face PPND Process (Pedoman Perselisihan Nama Domain) as a legal basis under Indonesian legislation Currently. Online Dispute Resolution has been used by various world organizations including UNCITRAL, European Commission, and WIPO Arbitration and Mediation. PANDI (Pengelola Nama Domain Internet Indonesia) as one of the parties that utilize the online dispute resolution has policies established under existing international regulations. Still, the ODR has been applied in some cases and resulted in binding decisions to the parties.
THE ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION IN HANDLING SYRIAN REFUGEES Ria Silviana
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)
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The EU is a European regional organization which was initially formed due to the economic issue. After that, the EU’s focus expanded to the issue of refugees. Nowadays, the EU’s problem of refugees was caused by the phenomenon of the Arab Spring or Arab revolution that occurred in several Arab countries. Including Syria, which is part of this phenomenon. As a result of the rebellion against the Bashar al-Assad government in Syria, then causing humanitarian problems made the Syrian people feel unsafe to live in their own country, so they sought protection in various countries, including going to European countries. They thought that Europe is a safe area and looks better to provide protection for them. But not all of the EU Member States are able and willing to accept the number of refugees that arrived in their country, even though the EU has the regulations regarding refugees protection. So, the EU’s role is needed to handle the Syrian refugees in its Member States.

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