Indonesia’s Achievement on Tokyo MoU’s White List and Vision of Global Maritime Fulcrum

Authors : Annisa Mutia Pranita; Budiman Djoko Said; Panji Suwarno

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 1 - January

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Indonesia is part of the Tokyo MoU and for the first time in history, managed to get the Tokyo MoU white list in 2021. Indonesia's steps to improve the performance of Indonesian-flagged ships and get the Tokyo MoU white list have been seen in the past 3 years. Therefore, there is a view that Indonesia's success in implementing the Tokyo MoU rules through increased supervision and inspection on Indonesian-flagged ships that will sail abroad reflects Indonesia's performance in realizing the vision of the Global Maritime Fulcrum (GMF) which has been designed since 2014. Researchers are interested in proving that there is a link between Indonesia's inclusion on Tokyo MoU’s white list and a reflection of Indonesia's vision as a GMF. This research uses a descriptive qualitative research design, and the data was collected through library research and depth interviews. The results shows that the position of Indonesia in International Maritime Community more became powerful, because Indonesia is being able to ensure the standards of international convention, and this becomes an advantage and stigmatizes or weakens the competitiveness of Indonesian ports. This position also shown that there is a relation between Indonesian performance on Tokyo MoU’s white list with Indonesia’s vision as a GMF.

Keywords : Global Maritime Fulcrum, Tokyo MoU’s white list, Flag state performances.


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