Sebastian Villyn, Maritime Security Analyst at Control Risks, explains the importance of understanding the wide range of threats in the maritime environment and their potential impact on international supply chains.
Hijacking of Iranian dhow and attack on Thai longliner cause concern.
UN Envoy for Somalia expresses concerns over recent rise in piracy acts
The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (SRSG) ...
Exercises mark historic first for NATO and PLA Navy.
China, NATO Hold First Joint Anti-Piracy Drills in Gulf of Aden
Chinese and NATO naval forces held joint anti-piracy drills in the Gulf of Aden, ...
Vessel authorized to carry 100 guns and 60,000 rounds had as many as 816 guns and over 200,000 rounds.
Sri Lanka’s coalition govt in deep water over arms ship scandal
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China's foothold in region to expand.
China military in talks for logistics 'facilities' in Djibouti
China's military is in talks with the Horn of Africa country Djibouti to build logistics "facilities" to ...
Suggests Indonesian Navy needs to remain alert in case of "spillover".
Navy Warns of Potential Conflicts in South China Sea
The condition in South China Sea is heating up and though not ...
Risk Intelligence updates its advice for using armed guards in West Africa.
Use of Nigerian Navy for private security remains subject to severe restrictions
The current practice of using Nigerian Navy (and ...
Recent reports of attacks causing concern.
Is Piracy Making A Comeback In The Somali Waters?
By Kevin Mwanza
Experts are warning that high sea piracy is making a comeback in the Indian Ocean ...
Men have been held for more than 760 days.
Renewed bid to bring home ex-soldiers trapped in India
The fiancée of a Scot detained in India due to a dispute over anti-piracy ...
Iran frequently reports 'battles' with pirates.
China Seeks Anti-piracy Training From Iran
China and many other nations have requested Iran to train their marine and commando task forces for anti-piracy missions.
"Given our ...
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