Kendala Eksistensi Rezim: Implementasi Djibouti Code of Conduct Dalam Menanggulangi Perompak Somalia Di Samudera Hindia Barat Dan Teluk Aden Pada Tahun 2011

Mayora Bunga Swastika • Fendy Eko Wahyudi • Hermini Susetianingsih
Journal article Diponegoro Journal of International Relations • 2015 Djibouti • Somalia

Abstract

Piracy is an important issue as it is a threat to maritime security.Somali pirate attacks in the Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Adenare not only disturbing maritime security, but also causing the actuallosses for piracy victims. International Maritime Organizationformed Djibouti Code of Conduct which was signed by twentycountries in the region. Djibouti Code of Conduct has beenimplemented since 29 January 2009. By 2011, the number of somalipirate attacks in the Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden hasincreased from the previous years. Explanative type is used in thisresearch to explain the causes of significant increase in somalipirates attacks when the Djibouti Code of Conduct does exist. Theresult shows there are constraints on Djibouti Code of Conductexistence, namely there is no common interest and the absence ofbenign hegemon.

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Diponegoro Journal of International Relations

Diponegoro Journal of International Relations publishes articles on contemporary transnational cr... see more