This study aims to identify and understand the application of the principles of international law in the territory management practices, the regulation authority to manage the outer islands in Indonesia as well as the implications of the application of international law on the management of the outermost islands of Indonesia. The type of this study is descriptive-analysis in the context of legal research. This study use statute and conceptual approach. This study cover the following dimensions; dogmatic of law, theory of law, and philosophy of law. The study results showed that the management of the outermost islands in Indonesia have not been applying the principles of international law such as the principle of effective, cooperation, and sustainable consistently. Authority arrangement of management the outermost islands that exist at the national level, ministries, agencies and local government not yet sinergity, in the end affects the management responsibilities of outer islands that tend to overlap and not integrated. Not yet the implementation of international law in the management of the outermost islands externally implications for the integrity and sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia which covers aspects of geopolitical and geostrategic Indonesia, and internally will not yet integrated various powers, roles and functions of ministries, agencies, government and local government, in an integrated and comprehensive achieve the management goal of sovereignty over natural resource management and community development.
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[Josina A.Y.Wattimena, Alma Manuputty, Muhammad Ashri, Farida Patittingi (2014); INTERNATIONAL LAW CONCEPTION IN MANAGEMENT THE OUTERMOST ISLANDS OF INDONESIA Int. J. of Adv. Res. 2 (2). 0] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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