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INDONESIA’S ROLE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN REGION COOPERATION: POST-IORA CHAIRMANSHIP STRATEGIES Briliantina Putri
Jurnal PPI Dunia Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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The Global Maritime Fulcrum (GMF) vision announced by President Joko Widodo in 2014 marked a neworientation on how Indonesia see its maritime strategic environment. Indonesia has for many years focused onthe Asia Pacific because the region is more conducive for trade liberalization and economic integration. TheGMF requires Indonesia to look beyond Asia Pacific and give more attention to the Indian Ocean region.Indonesia has been an active member of the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA), a regional forum that seekto enhance economic cooperation in the Indian Ocean region. This paper explains the importance of IORAcooperation for Indonesia, its relevance to the GMF vision, and Indonesia’s contribution to the IORA duringits Chairmanship from 2015 to 2017. It argues that during the Chairmanship, Indonesia has given more weightto IORA’s geopolitical significance in two ways: normative-ideational and institutional initiatives. This paperalso recommends three post-chairmanship strategies that Indonesia can continue to pursue: norms building,institutional building and capacity building. These initiatives are important to provide stronger platform forIORA’s development. A successful IORA cooperation will eventually support Indonesia to realize the GMFgoals, particularly in its effort to strengthen Indonesia’s position and presence in the Indian Ocean region.
SHOULD INDONESIAN FISHERY POLICIES BE NAVIGATED TOWARDS THE INHERENT WEALTH OF FISHERIES OR SMALL-SCALE FISHERMEN’S WELFARE? R.A. Nidha Nadia
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The marine fishery policies have been challenged by splitting objectives in the fishery managementdirected towards the inherent wealth of fisheries or the small-scale fishermen’s welfare. This research thusinvestigated the marine fishery policies in Indonesia, with a particular observation on the small-scalefishermen’s livelihood on the north coast of Jakarta. The objectives of the study include comprehendingand analysing the rationale, potential, challenges, and the impact of the Indonesian fishery policies in termsof the multidimensional global challenges of sustainability, and that of contextual challenges offishermen’s livelihood. This research primarily utilised a case study on north coast of Jakarta and secondaryresource in the form of literatures on Indonesian fishery policies. The data collected are constructed usingthe approach of fishery management objectives towards wealth or welfare orientation. The result indicatesthat in spite of the tendency of divided fishery management approach to wealth or welfare, the globalfishery policies and Indonesian fishery policies in particular cannot distinctly separate the two objectives,which results in multidimensional fishery policies with interwoven targets. Task delegation from thecentral government to the regional government for small-scale fishermen’s livelihood affairs is thenimplemented; meanwhile the central government pursues a bigger ambition towards sustainable,prosperous, and sovereign fishery. Additionally, the research argues that small-scale fishermen’sincreasing consciousness towards the importance of the sustainability of fishing has shed some light on thecooperation between the government and the small-scale fishermen in programmes that can both improvesmall-scale fishermen’s livelihood and generate the inherent wealth of fisheries.
INTELLIGENTE SALZFABRIK SELF INTEGRATED PHARMACEUTICAL RAW MATERIALS INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA Ardhina Nugrahaeni
Jurnal PPI Dunia Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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ABSTRACT Currently, Indonesia's pharmaceutical industry is still heavily dependent on imported raw materials, almost 95% of the needed medicine raw materials (BBO) still have to be imported from abroad. Based on data from the Directorate General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Trade Republic of Indonesia, it was showed that the pharmaceutical salt import in 2013 reached 3,152 tons and all of them needed to fulfill domestic needs. This study used literary study method by collecting data or information in accordance with the topic. Geographically Indonesia consists of islands large and small number of approximately 17,504 islands. Three quarters of its territory is the ocean (5.9 million km2), with a 95,161 km long coastline, the second longest in the world after Canada. This makes Indonesia the world's largest archipelago in the world. This written idea was created as a solution to the problem of dependence on medicine raw materials import in the pharmaceutical industry of Indonesia. The solutions presented are Intelligente Salzfabrik: The Concept of Self-Integrated Pharmaceutical Raw Materials Industry which is Energy Independence and High Accessibility on Coastal with Sea Toll and Power Flow to Achieve An Imported Medicine Raw Materials Independence in Indonesia. This development will be implemented in close proximity to coastal areas near the the sea so that it can simplify both cost and transportation required for the distribution of salt produced.
IMPLEMENTATION OF PDRI DURING FRONT-END PLANNING: A STRATEGY TO IMPROVE INDONESIA’S MARITIME INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT PERFORMANCE Seng Hansen
Jurnal PPI Dunia Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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In recent years, Indonesia has heavily invested in infrastructure development. With the aspiration to become a Global Maritime Fulcrum, Indonesia needs to provide maritime infrastructure such as national and international ports and their facilities to support the realization of this aspiration. This certainly requires adequate project planning so that resources and investments can be optimally utilized. That is why a good front-end planning is required so that proposed maritime infrastructure projects can be well selected. One important process of front-end planning is project scope definition where a project is clearly defined and prepared for execution. This paper provides examples of failed/cancelled maritime infrastructure projects due to poor front-end planning. It also provides an idea to implement Project Definition Rating Index (PDRI) as a powerful tool to ensure the fulfillment of project scope definition. The author presents the importance of front-end planning, where the final project investment decision is being made, and explains some steps in implementing the PDRI for maritime infrastructure projects. Thus, this paper contributes in introducing the importance of front-end planning and the usage of PDRI in Indonesia especially for maritime projects so that it may enhance the overall maritime infrastructure project performance.
UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL ECONOMIC IN UNDEVELOPED REGENCY THROUGH MARITIME INFRASTRUCTURE Imanuddin Abdul Gani
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The North Kayong Regency is one of the new Regency in West Kalimantan Province that is still lackof infrastructure development such as infrastructure and public amenities. The purpose of thisresearch is to contribute in regional development planning policy through determine appropriate methodin maritime infrastructure for increasing regional economic growth. Our study shows that the bestpractice to improve the development planning process is improve better and appropriate policies thatmight be apply through the new methods on practice oriented, focus on strategies, tools and managethe utilization of planning and resources. By maintain strategies, develop solution that integratesdifferent dimension of regional planning and resources in every conceivable way to solve the problemand to overcome the obstacles.

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