North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has sent a special envoy to Beijing, state media has announced, amid cooling relations between the two neighbours. North Korean
The Nigerian Navy has opened a maritime surveillance and intelligence fusion centre to monitor piracy and ship movements throughout the Gulf of Guinea from the
The EU will provide some €37 million to strengthen the fight against piracy in several Eastern and Southern African countries through support for the Programme
India, along with Egypt and Oman, have reiterated their demand for a review of the High Risk Area, which it had raised in earlier CGPCS
The New Zealand Defence Force will continue its efforts to support anti-piracy patrols in the Sea of Oman, Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean with surface
A Chinese fishing crew seized by North Koreans two weeks ago has been freed along with their boat, reports say. All were “safe on their way
As warships get sleeker and stealthier, the head of the Italian Navy wants a one-size-fits-all warship that will be cheap, roomy and dual use. Italian
The forward-deployed amphibious dock landing ship USS Tortuga (LSD 46) arrived in Jakarta today, marking the beginning of exercise Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training 2013.
As an oil production boom in the United States causes exporters who provided for American markets to seek other clients—especially those in an energy-thirsty China.
Law enforcement and military representatives from 14 partner nations and the United States gathered at the Royal Saint Lucia Police Academy to mark the beginning
QinetiQ’s new on-board email management tool, PRIME, has been successfully tested by The UK Royal Navy Command as part of a project focused on improving
Since the capture of the Smyrni and her crew of 26 on May 10th 2012, Somali pirates have not hijacked any more vessels. Why are the pirates at
There are more than 1,000 convicted Somali pirates in prisons around the world. Some of them end up in a tiny UN-funded jail on Seychelles.