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Indonesia’s Delimited Maritime Boundaries

Forbes, Vivian Louis

2014, XVII, 266 p. 38 illus., 19 illus. in color.

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  • Examines and analyses the maritime boundaries of Indonesia, an archipelagic State
  • Includes a comprehensive set of primary documents relevant to the focus of this book
  • Features carefully drawn, accurate and informative maps produced by the author

This book examines the delimited maritime boundaries of Indonesia with its neighbours. It features carefully drawn maps based on the geographical coordinates of the defined maritime boundaries; the reproduction of a complete set of the primary documents with direct relation to the boundaries; and a comprehensive narrative on the geography and the historical  development of the archipelagic State. Indonesia has an immense maritime domain that encompasses much of the sea between Australia and the Asian mainland. In addition, Indonesia is itself made up largely of water: in excess of 17,000 islands, Indonesia’s archipelagic and territorial waters together form about three-fifths of the country’s sovereign territory. This book offers readers clear, accessible information on the maritime boundaries of the world’s largest archipelagic state.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Archipelagic state - Archipelagic straight baseline - Delimitation - Joint development zones - Maritime boundary

Related subjects » Geography - Law - Political Science

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