KEDAULATAN DAN YURIDIKSI NEGARA DALAM PRESPEKTIF HUKUM INTERNASIONAL: SENGKETA PERAIRAN KEPULAUAN NATUNA
According to the Greek philosopher Aristotle, humans are social creatures (Zoon Politicon) which means society, that humans need each other, therefore law exists for public order. ? As in the writing of this scientific paper, it is aimed to find out the basis of international law for measuring the territorial borders of a country, in this case the dispute over the dispute over the Natuna territory in the South China Sea. Whereas in writing this scientific paper, normative juridical research methods are used, namely data collection techniques using reference books from competent legal experts and the basics of international law through International Organizational Instruments. From the legal facts found in the historical perspective and international law that the dispute in the waters of the Natuna Islands is a legitimate sovereign territory belonging to the Republic of Indonesia, the People's Republic of China only claims unilaterally without a valid international legal basis.
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