ABSTRACT

In this era of globalization, International Law plays a significant role in facing rapid development of various legal issues. Cultural preservation has emerged as an important legal issue that should be considered by States. This book consists of academic papers presented and discussed during the 9th International Conference of the Centre of International Law Studies (9th CILS Conference) held in Malang, Indonesia, 2-3 October 2018. The title of the book represents the major theme of the conference: "Culture and International Law." It is argued that along with globalization, cultural preservation is slowly ignored by States. Various papers presented in the book cover five topics: cultural heritage; cultural rights; culture and economic activity; culture and armed conflict; and a general topic. The authors of the papers are outstanding academics from various countries, Lithuania, United States of America, Australia, Thailand and Indonesia.
The conference was organized by Universitas Indonesia in collaboration with Brawijaya University. This book aims to give a useful contribution to the existing literature on International Law, specifically focussing on cultural issues from the perspective of cultural heritage and rights, economic as well as armed conflict.

chapter |10 pages

The objectives of Indonesian private international law

ByTiurma M. Pitta Allagan

chapter |22 pages

Restricted right to employment among refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia and its consequences

ByYanuar Sumarlan, Naparat Kranrattanasuit

chapter |12 pages

Intentional destruction of cultural heritage and reparations

ByAna Filipa Vrdoljak

chapter |13 pages

Celebrating traditional culture through information science and technology

ByDadan Suhandana, Tri Sony Saragih, Hokky Situngkir

chapter |10 pages

The most-favored-nation principle in Indonesian investment law: Legal interpretation of Article 6 of Indonesian Investment Act No. 25 Year 2007

ByEmmy Latifah, Moch Najib Imanullah, Robertus Bima Wahyu Mahardika

chapter |8 pages

Global governance 2.0: A cultural approach toward a global regime

ByIan Montratama

chapter |14 pages

Ahok, blasphemy or hate speech: An international legal analysis

ByHanif Nur Widhiyanti, I. Wayan Surya Hamijaya J

chapter |11 pages

A socially just land reform model

ByIwan Permadi

chapter |8 pages

Renegotiation contract of mining works

ByRanitya Ganindha, Rumi Suwardiyati, Setiawan Wicaksono

chapter |10 pages

Indonesia without the state policy guidelines (GBHN): Are we lost?

ByRiana Susmayanti

chapter |11 pages

The protection of Preah Vihear temple in the armed conflicts situation between Cambodia and Thailand based on international law

ByIkaningtyas, Herman Suryokumoro, Hikmatul Ula, Lely Manullang

chapter |11 pages

Human rights and conflict resolution: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina

ByPrischa Listiningrum, Rizqi Bachtiar

chapter |10 pages

Uyghur Xinjiang problem: Cultural rights versus counterterrorism action

ByFransiska Ayulistya Susanto, Setyo Widagdo

chapter |7 pages

Additional punishment in sexual crime cases

ByFaizin Sulistio, Nazura Abdul Manap, Nurini Aprilianda

chapter |11 pages

Yama and niyama: Ethical points in a sixteenth-century Javanese tutur text

ByAbimardha Kurniawan, Titik Pudjiastuti

chapter |19 pages

Museum management: A critical point in making museums relevant

ByAhmad Zuhdi Allam, Kresno Yulianto

chapter |6 pages

Sinking of a fishing vessel as the sovereignty of coastal state for environment

ByAmelia Rahmi Syaiful, Melda Kamil Ariadno

chapter |14 pages

Local community perceptions toward world heritage inscription of Kota Tua Jakarta

ByBurhanuddin Aziz, Agi Ginanjar

chapter |7 pages

Community involvement in the establishment of marine conservation zones (The Indonesia Law Review)

ByMaria Maya Lestari, Melda Kamil Ariadno

chapter |9 pages

Hikayat Sultan Taburat and its views concerning diversity

ByRias A. Suharjo, Titik Pudjiastuti

chapter |10 pages

Revisiting heritage regulations and their impact in Indonesia (Case Study: Onrust Archaeological Park)

ByR. Ahmad Ginanjar Purnawibawa, Supratikno Rahardjo