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Indonesia셲 Maritime Policy
Arif Havas OEGROSENO
Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
Deputy Minister
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Arif Havas Oegroseno is currently Deputy Minister of the Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia. He was the President of the 20th Meeting of the 162 State Parties to the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea (SPLOS). He was the Indonesian Ambassador to Belgium, Luxembourg, the European Union and the World Custom Union from September 2010 to January 2015. He also worked with the NATO on maritime security issues. A career diplomat and an expert in international law of the sea, he has served in the Indonesian foreign service for over 25 years since 1986.He has given lectures in various Indonesian and foreign universities such as the Australian National University, Cambridge University, John Hopkins University, the London School of Economics, Bilgi University in Istanbul, and the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. He has also given lectures at the Rhodes Academy of International Law of the Sea in Greece, the International Maritime Law Institute in Malta, the Center for Ocean Law and Policy of the Virginia University in the US, and the Center for International Law of the National University of Singapore. He wrote numerous op-ed articles in national media and academic journals as well as books related to the law of the sea.
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India First Pragmatic Foreign Policy and Its Impacts on Indian Maritime Security
Devendra Kumar JOSHI
National Maritime Foundation, India
Chairman
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Admiral Devendra Kumar Joshi took over on 31 August 2012 to 26 February 2014, as the 21st Chief of Naval Staff of Independent India and the 19th Indian to take command of the Indian Navy.
Admiral DK Joshi is a specialist in Anti-Submarine Warfare. In his long and distinguished service spanning nearly 38 years, he has served in a variety of Command, Staff and Instructional appointments. Admiral Joshi's Sea Commands include guided missile corvette INS Kuthar, guided missile destroyer INS Ranvir and the aircraft carrier INS Viraat, during which he was awarded Nausena Medal, Vishist Seva Medal and Yudh Seva Medal respectively. He subsequently commanded the Eastern Fleet, wherein he was awarded Ati Vishist Seva Medal (AVSM).
After his elevation to Flag rank, the Admiral served in the Integrated Headquarters in all nodal Branches. In the Personnel Branch as the Assistant Chief of Personnel (Human Resource Development), in Warship Production and Acquisition as the Assistant Controller of the Aircraft Carrier Programme (ACCP), and thereafter in the Operations Branch both as Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Information Warfare and Operations) and as the Deputy Chief of Naval Staff.
Before taking over as the FOC-in-C Western Naval Command, he contributed towards inter-service integration, first as the Commander-in-Chief of the Andaman and Nicobar Command,the only tri-service integrated Command. He was awarded the Param Vishist Seva Medal (PVSM) during this time. Later, he served as the Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC).
Admiral Joshi is a distinguished graduate of the Naval War College, USA, an alumnus of the College of Naval Warfare, Mumbai and the prestigious National Defence College, New Delhi. He was also the Defence Advisor in the Indian High Commission at Singapore from 1996 to 1999.
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Promoting Regional Maritime Cooperation Without Strategic Trust
Sam BATEMAN
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Adviser and Senior Fellow
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Dr. Sam Bateman retired from the RAN as a Commodore (one-star) and is now a Professorial Research Fellow at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) at the University of Wollongong in Australia, and an Adviser to the Maritime Security Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. His naval service included four ship commands ranging from a patrol boat to guided-missile destroyer.

He has written extensively on defence and maritime issues in Australia, the Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean, and was awarded his PhD from the University of New South Wales in 2001 for a dissertation on 쏷he Strategic and Political Aspects of the Law of the Sea in East Asian Seas. He is widely recognized as a regional maritime security expert and regularly provides comments for Australian and international media. His current research interests include regional maritime security, piracy and maritime terrorism, oceans policy, the strategic and political implications of the Law of the Sea, and maritime cooperation and confidence-building.


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Rough Waters for Coalition Building
James HOLMES
US Naval War College
Professor of strategy
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James Holmes is a professor of strategy at the Naval War College and senior fellow at the University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs. A former U.S. Navy surface warfare officer and combat veteran of the first Gulf War, he served as a gunnery and engineering officer in the battleship Wisconsin, engineering and damage-control instructor at the Surface Warfare Officers School Command, and military professor of strategy at the Naval War College.

Jim is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Vanderbilt University (B.A., mathematics and German) and completed graduate work at Salve Regina University (M.A., international relations), Providence College (M.A., mathematics), and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University (M.A.L.D. and Ph.D., international affairs), where he was the A. Eiken Hohenberg Scholar. He earned the Naval War College Foundation Award in 1994, signifying the top graduate in his Naval War College class.

His most recent books (with long-time coauthor Toshi Yoshihara) are Strategy in the Second Nuclear Age and Red Star over the Pacific.
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Ocean Vision 2030
KIM Jong-Deog
Korea Maritime Institute(KMI) Strategy Research Division
Director General
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Dr. Kim Jong-deog has been working on the coastal and maritime policy at Korea Maritime Institute (KMI). Currently, he is a director general of Strategy Research Division, KMI. He has rich experience in national planning and implementation of coastal and maritime affairs, and provided an advice to the lawmakers and government officials. Also, he led researches on coastal management reform, marine environment information system and PEMSEA strengthening capacity or marine environment preservation. Currently, he is engaged in the polar research programs and related government policy making process; he is a coordinator of Korea Arctic Experts Network and member of working Group for North Pacific Arctic Conference. Dr. Kim is in charge of Korea셲 role as a permanent observer to Arctic Council and subsequent research on policy development. He was a member of Korean delegate to PEMSEA, YSLME and Arctic Council.
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