International Law

Compensation for Timor Sea Pollution has not been Concluded Yet
No response from the Australian-based company
South China Sea: Not Merely Conflicts
Potential cooperation between disputing states is possible
India still Struggling to Pass Ombudsman Bill
Progress was only made when 73 year old activist was committed to fasting until dead.
OECD Conference Announces A Dozen of Findings
Including the corporate responsibility
ASEAN Charter Ratification Is Being Reviewed
The review could affect free trade agreements that were agreed upon by the ASEAN
ASEAN Has No Plan For a Single Arbitration Institution
Disputing parties are free to choose settlement methods
Indonesia To Plan Free Trade With EU
Indonesia is the 22nd largest exporter to the European Union
Garuda Discharged from New Zealand Cartel Case
High Court of New Zealand has issued a notice of discontinuance.
DPR Urges Australia to Repeal Travel Warning
It is not relevant anymore, since many countries, like the US, have already lifted theirs.
G20 Agrees on Financial Customer Protection
There will be a survey conducted by G20’s FSB and OECD regarding the principles.
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