An Analysis on Strait of Malacca Seen From The Perspectives of International Law, Regional Regulations and Republic of Indonesia

Vierna Tasya Wensatama(1*)

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Global piracy has been a constant threat for a long period of time. The Strait of Malacca is a vital global trade channel, with some of the heaviest traffic worldwide, yet it has been experiencing high levels of piracy attacks. Despite the fact that the establishment of Malacca Strait Patrols by Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore has indeed helped reduce the number of pirates attacking ships passing by the Strait of Malacca, many States are still facing constant challenges in protecting the Strait of Malacca from piracy attacks.

This paper discusses the challenges and how to combat them. The author uses normative textual analyzing approach in this paper.


Piracy, Malacca Straits, UNCLOS

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