Follow proven ways to safeguard Sulu Zone

BY B.A. HAMZAH
The Sulu Zone — Sulu Sea and Celebes Sea — (after James Warren) borders three countries: Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines.
The recent spike in maritime violence in the Sulu Sea is a result of the tough enforcement policies by the Philippine government under President Rodrigo Duterte to wipe out terrorist activities in the southern part of the republic. It is also partly due to the failure of all three states in enforcing law and order at sea, separately within their maritime space, and jointly in areas outside national jurisdiction.
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Source: nst.com.my

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