A sea change is occurring in Sri Lanka’s strategic orientation.
Sri Lanka tilts to Beijing
Author: David Brewster, ANU
A sea change is occurring in Sri Lanka’s strategic orientation. Recent developments suggest that ...
The opportunist nature of maritime crime and piracy.
Fighting piracy these days is like playing Whack-a-Mole. When you contain it in one place it pops up in another.
Pirates have ...
New legislation and more active prosecution sought.
NIMASA canvasses legal powers to prosecute pirates, sea robbers
Worried by the menace of piracy and other illegalities on Nigerian waters, the Maritime Administration ...
The future of EU anti-piracy work.
Counter-Piracy Lite? The EU's Soft Security
Op-Ed by Brendan Flynn, National University of Ireland
Operation Atalanta (EU NAVFOR) has unquestionably grabbed the limelight as the EU’s most ...
Second attack claim comes in as many days.
Navy Repels Pirate Attack on Iranian Oil Tanker in Int’l Waters
The Navy's 32nd fleet of warships rescued an Iranian oil tanker from a ...
Regional security force unable to conduct anti-piracy operations.
Indian Ocean security challenges still pose a threat
SEYCHELLES: East Africa's new regional security force lacks the maritime capability to take on pirates ...
Anti-piracy training on the agenda.
Tanzania: Italian Naval Ship On Five-Day Visit of Dar Port
By Sharifah Akida
THE Italian Navy destroyer, 'ITS Andrea Doria,' currently assigned to the European Union (EU)'s counter-piracy ...
EU mission opens in Somali capital.
EUCAP Nestor deploys in Mogadishu
As from today, November 24th, EUCAP Nestor maritime, legal and police experts are permanently deployed in Mogadishu. The Mission operational base ...
Attack on bulk carrier more likely to be robbery underway than a hijack attempt.
Pirates thwarted by Indonesian Navy
INDONESIA: Pirates were thwarted by the Indonesian Navy off Riau Island, Indonesia.
Defence cuts could see increase in use of PMSCs
The Development and Regulation of Private Maritime Security
By Simon O. Williams, LLM
Before countries possessed the capacity to create and maintain ocean-going navies, ...
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