In order to relieve the problem of water shortages, the Water Resources Agency of Taiwan proposed a scheme of “cross-regional water resource dispatch”, which includes
By Dr. Mohd Hazmi Mohd Rusli, associate professor, Faculty of Syariah and Law, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia; research associate, Asian Institute of International Affairs and Diplomacy
By Dr. Izyan Munirah Mohd Zaideen, senior lecturer at Faculty of Maritime Studies, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu; and Captain Mohd Faizal Ramli, EHS Marine Specialist in oil and
The Singapore Strait is among the busiest commercial routes in the world. It is a 19-kilometre wide and 113-kilometre-long strait located south of Singapore, between
A North Korea-flagged ship, Wol Bong San, previously accused of illegal transshipment, was spotted near the Busan Port and the authority identified nine GPS signals
After so much debate, the controversial Management Level Courses (MLC) for seafarers in the Philippines has been reinstated. Filipino seafarers and advocates of seafarers’ rights are
Persecution and killings of journalist.
Rounding out the year is an increase in motor vehicle theft in Surabaya City. According to the Surabaya Police, in September and October alone, there
For a sustainable future.
The possibility of Filipino seafarers losing their certification in the coming year because of poor compliance with international training standards is causing panic among various
There is a tradition, known as Larung Sesaji, in the Fisherman’s Village in Cilincing, North Jakarta, to celebrate gratitude and give thanks to the sea
The maritime industry is no stranger to tales of corruption. From illegal fishing, human trafficking, or pollution to tales of
Indonesia’s state-owned port operator Pelindo wants to weed out criminal activities and corruption. Arif Suhartono, president director, has given clear
From exposé on social media, hashtag #SatuHariSatuOknum on Twitter, WhatsApp and others, there were negative stories about the police: brutality,
Bambang Eko Wahyudi, Danang Praptoko, Heri Soesanto, Tomie Herawanto, Dwi Rahayu, Suharsono, Siti Rochana, Ihwan, Heru Sukresna, Diah Ayu Kusuma,
We stand united against corruption.
The Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (NIMCSG) began operating in the South China Sea Jan. 12 for the first time during the group’s 2022-2023 deployment. While
Amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island (LHD 8) and amphibious transport dock USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26) with embarked 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU)
Over 90 percent of the global trade is carried across ocean. However, the maritime industry is also prone to rampant corruption.
With the unplanned and abrupt lifting of international travel restriction, the Chinese Communist Party is exposing the world to another wave of Covid infection.
The Kremlin’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine marked the start of a new, all-out drive to eradicate public dissent in Russia, Human Rights Watch said January
Russia’s war in Ukraine has wrought a devastating toll on civilians and shattered civilian life in much of the country, Human Rights Watch said January
The United Nations Security Council adopted a resolution on December 21, 2022, denouncing the Myanmar military’s rights violations since the February 1, 2021 coup, Human
In light of the recent infrastructure developments taking place at its main ports of Tema and Takoradi, Ghana is aiming to become the main integrated
At the B20 Summit, the United Nations Global Compact (UN Global Compact), an initiative advocating for companies everywhere to align their operations and strategies with
As part of a series of initiatives during Indonesia’s G20 Presidency, on November 12 in Bali, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Indonesia’s Minister of Finance, launched the
Blue Monday, which falls on 16 January this year, is often recognized as the most depressing day of the year
New research has revealed a major shift in globalization, as companies rush to move manufacturing closer to home to protect