Indonesia and South China Sea From International Law Point Of View

S.M. Noor, Abdul Maasba Magassing, Laode Abd. Gani, Birkah Latif, Kadarudin ., Robert Lowell Saputan


Indonesia is not directly involved in the dispute at the South China Sea, but as one of the countries located around the region has initiated to conduct several negotiations and to facilitate a series of formal and informal meetings. In the event of an incident in the South China Sea, Indonesia-China is always looking for peaceful solutions. One of the most peaceful solutions ever declared between China and Indonesia was two important manifestos that have become historical records of what is called OBOR (One Belt One Road) and silk road in China by two state leaders, Xi Jieping (President of China) and Joko Widodo (President of Indonesia). China along with ASEAN countries has agreed with the framework of a peaceful solution in the South China Sea called the Declaration on the Conduct (DOC) and then refined in Code of Conduct (COC).

Keywords: Indonesia, South China Sea, International Law

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