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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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MARITIME SECURITY REGULATION CONCERNING INTERNATIONAL SHIP AND PORT FACILITY SECURITY CODE 2002 AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN INDONESIA Ayu Kusuma Wardani
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/lajil.v3i1.1985

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Ministerial Regulation Number 134 of 2016 is a form of ratification of the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code 2002 (ISPS Code, 2002), the objective of which is to establish a consistent standard framework for evaluating risk and enabling the government to compensate for changes in threats through measures appropriate safety measures. In its development, there are several regulations related to implementing the 2002 ISPS Code in Indonesia. These regulations were formed by adjusting the standard regulations in the 2002 ISPS Code with the safety conditions of ships and ports in Indonesia. The problem is, Indonesia has several large ports that operate as international ports in international trade.   The type of research used is normative legal research sourced from primary, secondary, and tertiary legal materials whose data collection is carried out by literature study. The results of the study show two things: (1) Maritime security arrangements relating to shipping safety standards and port facilities in the 2002 ISPS Code are divided into two parts, namely part A (Part A) containing systematic arrangements and implementation of the ISPS Code for signatory countries including and Definition, Purpose, Scope of Ship Safety Standards and Port facilities and ISPS Code Compliance Procedure. And part B (Part B) contains further explanation about part A including Determination of Security Level, Implementation of Ship Security, Implementation of Port Facility, and Information and Communication Security. (2) The implementation of the maritime security regulation related to security standards ships and port facilities in the ISPS Code in 2002 in Indonesia contained in via Law No. 17 the Year 2008 on the voyage, Ministerial Regulation Number 134 the Year 2016 concerning Management of Ship Safety and Port Facilities.
STRENGTHENING GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: INDONESIA’S COURT AND THE CENTRAL KALIMANTAN FOREST FIRE CASE Ary Aprianto
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/lajil.v3i1.2102

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The success of global governance depends on the coherency of efforts of its actors, notably states. States are expected to meet their international obligation, including through their domestic policies. As a member of the international community, Indonesia has become a party to numerous treaties and participated in various effort to address global challenges. Yet reference to international law by Indonesia’s domestic court has so far been justified only for the sake of improving the quality of judgment or maintaining Indonesia’s standing as a law-abiding state. Further, most Indonesia’s legal scholars focus their attention on the position of international law in the domestic legal hierarchy, and how monism and dualism approaches influence the implementation of international law at the national level. This article focuses on how domestic court judgments have impacts outside national borders. It employs a normative research method, and uses the Central Kalimantan Forest Fire case as the stepping-stone of discussion. It concludes that the application of international law by Indonesia’s domestic court supports the intention of delivering a high quality judgment and strengthening the global governance.
BIOTERRORISM: THE DEVELOPMENT AND ITS REGULATIONS ACCORDING TO THE INTERNATIONAL LAW Yaksa Elyasa
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/lajil.v3i1.2103

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The biological weapon used as a terrorism facility (bioterrorism) could endanger the lives of mankind. Besides its purpose of mass destruction, this weapon has been banned from being used towards the human. Bioterrorism threat at least had occurred in more than 30 countries across the globe. In the 14th century, bioterror incidents recorded in black death plagues in Europe caused more than 50 million deaths and vanished more than 60% of its population back then. Because of the bioweapon impacts, there are concerns if this weapon is under irresponsible parties such as the group of terrorists. Several regulations on the prohibition of biological weapons have been made, such as the Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological [Biological] and Toxin Weapons and Their Destruction 1972 (Biological Weapon Convention 1972). However, it seems that they have not solved using biological weapons as a means of terrorism. The purpose of this paper is to find out how international law arrangements regarding bioterrorism. This research used normative legal research with secondary data sources and literature study techniques.
PROTECTION OF PEACEKEEPING FORCES BASED ON THE CONVENTION ON THE SAFETY Fitri Rohmadhanita
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/lajil.v3i1.2105

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The attacks and threats directed at UN personnel and related personnel resulted in injuries and death. Therefore, to protect these personnel, the GA established a Resolution, namely the Convention on Safety, which aims to protect UN personnel while carrying out its mission. The 1994 Convention on the Safety of the United Nations and Associated Personnel regulates protected personnel and regulates prohibited acts to extradite perpetrators. The Convention urges the host country (Host Country) to determine its jurisdiction in extraditing perpetrators of crimes against personnel UN and related personnel without delay. Given that each country has sovereignty in its territory and is entitled to determine a national legal system that determines national law application based on jurisdiction.
SOUTH CHINA SEA: CONFLICT, CHALLENGE, AND SOLUTION Winanda kusuma; A. Cery Kurnia; Rio Armanda Agustian
Lampung Journal of International Law Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/lajil.v3i1.2266

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The South China Sea is a strategic marine area in terms of natural resource potential and international trade routes. For decades, territorial disputes have occurred with peaceful solutions from regional organizations, international courts, and even contributions from outside the claimant state. This paper examines the efforts made to contribute to a peaceful solution to disputed states of claims. The achievement of a peaceful solution, the shortcomings of the peaceful solution to the proposed peaceful solution's chronology. This research is normative juridical research that is historical descriptive in nature. The South China Sea Dispute arises from China's actions regarding its map of its maritime territories that do not comply with international maritime law. Regulations regarding the method of drawing deep-sea boundaries under international maritime law are violated in this act. Negotiation efforts in finding conflict solutions in regional organizations, state leadership meetings, informal meetings of claim state policymakers, and efforts to file claims by the Philippines at permanent court arbitration have been carried out. China's action that does not recognize the Philippine lawsuit decision poses a challenge to international maritime law and its member countries. A complete peaceful solution must be sought immediately when Softlaw and hard law must comply with the claiming state.

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