Underwater technology a pressing need for Indonesia
Professor of the laws of the sea
PREMIUM As a result of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), signed in 1982, the area of sea under Indonesian sovereignty and jurisdiction multiplied. The country has 6.3 million square kilometers of sea and 5.2 million sq km of air space under its territorial sovereignty and jurisdiction that it must defend from various threats, either to its resources, environment or national ...
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