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Image With more than 13,000 islands, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelagic nation, yet its maritime sovereignty had long been neglected.
Another example of clean thinking in action is evident in the use of those archipelagic waterways for transport of excavated rock away from the island of Lovö.
Scattered between the novels are short stories that fill out Le Guin’s archipelagic world like small, previously unmapped islands.
The archipelagic country is hit by about 20 severe storms a year, many of them deadly.
One of Mr. Joko’s main foreign policy goals is to transform Indonesia, an archipelagic nation of 250 million people, into a regional maritime power.
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