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Indonesian Journal of International Law
Published by Universitas Indonesia
ISSN : 16935594     EISSN : 23565527     DOI : 10.17304
Core Subject : Social,
Indonesian Journal of International Law (ijil) is firstly published by the Center for International Law studies Faculty of Law University of Indonesia in 2003 to serve the development of international law particularly in Indonesia. IJIL is intended to promote international law in Indonesia and to build the interest of Indonesian scholars and decision maker of the important role of international law in developing the rule-based international community. IJIL is published four times a year which are in October, January, April and July. In every publication of IJIL there is honorary article, main article and general article. IJIL has been accepting various articles from Indonesia prominent experts in international law as well as abroad, from five different continents in the world. IJIL has also foreign editors whose internationally reputations.
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Tinjauan Terhadap Materi dan Keduduka Ketetapan MPR/MPRS Staatsgrundgesetz Indrati, Maria Farida
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 2, No 4 (2005): State Jurisdiction
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The Amandment to the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, especially the Article 3 and 6, has an impact on the existence of Decree of the People’s Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia. The new article 3 stated that: (1) The People’s Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia has the authority to amend and to enact the Constitution; (2) The People’s Consultative Assembly shall inaugurate the President and/or the Vice President; (3) The People’s Consultative Assembly may only remove the President and/or the Vice President during his/her term of office in accordance with the constitution. Article 6A: (1) The President and the Vice President shall be elected as a single ticket directly by the people. Based on the two Articles, the President of the Republic of Indonesia in the future is not mandatory of the Peope’s Consultative Assembly and he/she shall not be accountable to the People’s Consultative Assembly.
Human Rights Aspects on Cross Border Refugee Problems Romsan, H. Achmad
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 7, No 4 (2010): Basic Principles of Refugee Law
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Currently, refugee problems are a matter for the international society. In practice, their rights are objects for violations frequently. However, as an individual, refugee has the right for protection under national law and international law. In addition, a Refugee possesses the human rights which applied generally. This article discusses refugee problems from the perspective of human rights consisted within the international conventions and national legal rules.
Cyber Security and Economic and Social Rughts (ESR): Can both be Connected? Maskun, Maskun
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 10, No 4 (2013): Human Security III
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Cyber security plays on important role to guarantee and protect people who use internet in their daily life. Some cases take place around the world that people get inconvenience condition when they access and use internet. For example, a personal identity code used for many different transactions has been penetrated or stolen by hackers. This situation puts people in threat condition where their social rights including data personal have been in dangerous time. The people then feel worry and need to be protected as mentioned in International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Therefore, it can be indicated that there is conflict of interest between ESR of people and cyberspace activities. The interest must explain clearly in order to ascertain the relationship between cyber security and ESR, especially when related cyber space-ESR is launched in internet based. Keamanan di dunia maya merupakan peran yang penting untuk menjamin dan melindungi pengguna internet dan kehidupan sehari-harinya. Dalam beberapa permasalahan di dunia, para pengguna merasa tidak nyaman ketika mengakses dan menggunakan internet. Contohnya, kode identitas pribadi yang digunakan untuk beberapa transaksi dapat dicuri oleh para pembajak. Situasi ini merupakan ancaman bagi masyarakat ketika hak sosial mereka termasuk data pribadinya dalam bahaya. Masyarakat merasa khawatir dan butuh dilindungi sebagaiamana disebutkan dalam International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Sehingga, dapat mengindikasikan adanya konflik kepentingan antara ESR dan kegiatan di dunia maya. Kepentingan tersebut harus dijelaskan dengan jelas untuk memastikan hubungan antara keamanan dunia maya dan ESR, terutama ketika ESR di dunia maya diterbitkan berbasis internet.
Indonesian’s Natural Gas: Production, Reserves, and Challenges Widarsono, Bambang
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 4, No 2 (2007): Natural Recources
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In the last few years it has occurred the decreasing of Indonesia’s oil production in national scale in 10% per year. At the same time the situation of the national gas showing the increasing of the production and the backup. The production rate can be maintained and the backup even can show the growth from year to year. The analysis of the history of the production and the backup, exploration activity, and the comparison between the discovery of the oil and gas in the recent years underlying that the oil can be the sources of energy and the income for the state. Even will facing some challenge in oil exploitation in the term of the application of technology, infrastructure, law enforcement, social unrest, strict regulation, and incentives. That challenge must be overcome if the gas production, and also oil, to achieve the sustainable.
Anti-Terrorism Efforts in Indonesia Juwana, Hikmahanto
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 11, No 2 (2014): Terrorism
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Terrorism is defined generally under the Anti-Terrorism Law as the intentional use of ‘violence or the threat of violence to create a widespread atmosphere of terror or fear in public’. Indonesia is a victim of terrorism, but at the same time, a safe haven for terrorists. The Indonesian government has taken various measures to eradicate terrorism, yet the Anti-Terrorism Law has not been effective in eradicating terrorist acts in Indonesia. Implementation and enforcement of Anti-Terrorism Law has not been an easy task. Terrorism for Indonesia is a complex and multifaceted issue. This article argues that the successful experience of some other countries in eradicating terrorism may not be applicable to Indonesia. Indonesia has peculiar problems which require anti-terrorism efforts to be sufficiently sensitive to the local context. Terorisme pada umumnya didefinisikan berdasarkan Undang-Undang Anti-Terorisme sebagai pengunaan kekerasan atau ancaman secara sengaja untuk menciptakan terror atau ketakutan di muka umum. Indonesia merupakan korban dari tindak kejahatan terorisme, akan tetapi pada saat yang sama merupakan tempat yang aman bagi teroris. Pemerintah Indonesia telah mengambil beberapa langkah untuk mengatasi terorisme, namun hukum Anti –Terorisme dianggap belum efektif dalam mengatasi aksi terorisme di Indonesia. pelaksanaan dan penegakan UU Anti terorisme bukanlah hal yang mudah dilakukan. Terorisme bagi Indonesia adalah masalah yang kompleks dan beragam. Tulisan ini berpendapat bahwa pengalaman sukses dari negara lain dalam pemberantasan terorisme mungkin tidak dapat diterapkan di Indonesia. Indonesia memiliki masalah khusus yang memerlukan upaya anti-terorisme untuk cukup peka terhadap konteks lokal.
Perspektif Transaksi E-Commerce di Era Globalisasi Perdagangan Bebas dalam Hukum Perjanjian di Indonesia Alif, Rizal
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 5, No 2 (2008): Free Market
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In the era of business globalization, market depends heavily in the Information Technology (IT) especially the internet which gives benefits of time efficiency to entrepreneurs. In Indonesia, however, there is no legal certainty in this matter due to pending bills in the legislative body (DPR). Further, there are many more problems related to e-commerce transactions which frequently crossing the state-borders, such as jurisdiction, choice of law and forum, validity of treaty and legal protection to the trader. This article tries to discuss and analyze those problems from the Indonesian law on agreement in order to anticipate the global business transactions through e-commerce.
International Law Making Puspita, Luna; Rachmana, Meike; Yefta, Samuel
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 10, No 2 (2013): Human Security
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Maritime Security Issues in Southeast Asia, An Indonesian Perspective Wisnumurti, Nugroho
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 6, No 3 (2009): Maritime Diplomacy
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In this globalize world the new threats to security are civil violence, transnational organized crime, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction, poverty, deadly infectious disease and environmental degradation. Transnational Organized Crime emerges into a serious threat to national and international security and stability with an increasingly adverse economic and social impact on States and civil society. This paper will discuss maritime security issues relevant to the situation in Southeast Asia, particularly in Indonesia and in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore. This article will focus on trafficking in persons in the context of maritime security and its challenges in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore. Moreover, it will also discuss Indonesia’s effort to address those issues at the national and regional level.
The Disparity in National Emissions: The Role of National Policy to Mitigate Climate Change Free Rider Bram, Deni
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 10, No 3 (2013): Human Security II
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It is generally accepted within the scholarly international community that global climate change is occurring and is due at least in part to anthropogenic activity. Strategies to mitigate climate change harms and adapts to inevitable climate change-induced consequences are influencing legal, political, and human rights frameworks. One of the interesting study is the study to test the existences of justice aspect in the regulation for international as well as for national nowadays in overcome the climate change problem. The research focuses on some main points, which consist of several problems. First, to perform assessments about the importance of climate justice contexts in the spirit of climate change prevention; Secondly, to search for the basic understanding for the interests of developing countries to be treated equitably in the climate change regime; Lastly, to search for factual condition on free rider from the emissions quota that Indonesia received in International climate change system.
Human Rights in Indonesia Juwana, Hikmahanto
Indonesian Journal of International Law Vol 4, No 1 (2007): International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
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Indonesia is the parties of international convention on human rights. Indonesia has raised the problems of human rights from its constitution, even the problem is not the main concern. Another aspect which has the important role to the protection of human rights besides the substantive law is the institution, either it is a government institution or non government institution, whose dealing with the human rights problem. The National Commission on human rights (KOMNASHAM) is the first government institution whose established for handling the problems of human rights.

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