Strengthening Sustainable Maritime Development and Marine Ecosystem Preservation Through Security Cooperation

International Journal of Management (IJM), 11 (3), 2020, pp. 256–265.

10 Pages Posted: 6 May 2020

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Amarulla Octavian

Universitas Pertahanan Indonesia

Rizki Rahman

Maritime Security Study Program, Indonesia Defense University Sentul, Bogor, Indonesia

Agustinus Bandur

BINUS University Business School, Doctor of Research in Management Jakarta, Indonesia

Date Written: April 11, 2020

Abstract

Since the establishment of Indian Ocean Rim Association/IORA (1997) and the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium/IONS (2008), the maritime security of the Indian Ocean has become of the members’ priorities. Maritime security cooperation concept is based on the increase of the quantity and quality of maritime security threats, both traditional and non-traditional. In the last decade, maritime security has shifted more to facing non-traditional threats that utilize marine resources illegally as well as marine ecosystem pollution. Maritime security cooperation is one of the solutions to strengthen sustainable maritime development. It could be done through bilateral, regional and global frameworks by involving navies and coast guards of coastal states in the region. This initiative is in line with the maritime agenda in the Marine and Ocean Resources Conservation and Use in order to achieve sustainable development (SDG 14). Based on its Global Maritime Fulcrum and Ocean Policy, Indonesia has proposed initiatives to establish maritime security cooperation to eradicate IUU Fishing and to prevent pollution at sea, in which both are very relevant to be further developed in the Indian Ocean region to realize common mindset, attitude and action through strategic partnership frameworks in efforts to achieve sustainable development in the maritime domain.

Keywords: Sustainable Maritime Development; Cooperation; Maritime Security.

Suggested Citation

Octavian, Amarulla and Rahman, Rizki and Bandur, Agustinus, Strengthening Sustainable Maritime Development and Marine Ecosystem Preservation Through Security Cooperation (April 11, 2020). International Journal of Management (IJM), 11 (3), 2020, pp. 256–265., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3573504

Amarulla Octavian (Contact Author)

Universitas Pertahanan Indonesia ( email )

Kawasan IPSC, Sentul
Bogor, 16810
Indonesia

Rizki Rahman

Maritime Security Study Program, Indonesia Defense University Sentul, Bogor, Indonesia ( email )

Indonesia Peace and Security Centre, Sentul
Bogor, West Java
Indonesia

Agustinus Bandur

BINUS University Business School, Doctor of Research in Management Jakarta, Indonesia ( email )

Jl. K. H. Syahdan No. 9
Kemanggisan / Palmerah
Jakarta Barat, ID DKI Jakarta 11480
Indonesia

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