Indonesia Maritime Connectivity Development Equality and ASEAN Connectivity

Herindrasti, VL Sinta (2019) Indonesia Maritime Connectivity Development Equality and ASEAN Connectivity. In: Proceeding Of The 1st International Conference on ASEAN (IC-ASEAN) "Towards A Better ASEAN". Universitas Andalas, Padang, pp. 148-156. ISBN 978 3 11 067866 6

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The awareness to develop Indonesia as maritim state has started since the goverment of President Joko Widodo in 2015. It was started by government vision ―Road to Change for Sovereign, Independent Indonesia‖ which then converted into the Middle and Long Term National Development Planning 2015-2019. In his first term, Jokowi was abled to conduct ―fundamental economic transformation‖, in which consumption-based political budget has been shifted into production-based, infrastructure development, and Indonesia-centric development perspective to push more equal development. One of its aspect is vision of sea as unity factor for Indonesia; Indonesia acting as maritime state where ocean, sea, strait and bay are the future of Indonesia. One of main argument in the development of Indonesia maritime connectivity is that the existence of connectity will overcome unequal development between Western Region and Eastern Region – something which is very important in the formation of strong maritime state. How far the vision of connecvity of Indonesia maritime is realized? What is the impact of physical connectivity especially maritime connectivity in the form of Sea Toll for the people‘s welfare in Eastern Region of Indonesia? This paper will analyze the small part of this ‗big question‘ by reviewing the progress of Sea Tol development, constraints and challenges which are found as well as implication for the development of ASEAN Connectivity.

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Depositing User: Mr. Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 09 Jun 2021 07:46
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