Tag: Australia

  • ASEAN Code of Conduct?

    Summit draws nations with mixed views on Beijing’s moves in South China Sea Australian and ASEAN pursue maritime code of conduct KAORI TAKAHASHI SYDNEY — Southeast Asian leaders urged adoption […]

  • NK crackdown?

    Despite prospect of talks, sanctions still apply. The US wants to board North Korean ships in international waters to enforce sanctions — here’s why it might not make a difference […]

  • Phantom smugglers

    Phantom ship intercepted. Ship busted moving ice a repeat offender, says Indonesia AMANDA HODGE, NIVELL RAYDA Indonesian police say they believe a ‘phantom ship’ loaded with one tonne of crystal […]

  • Indian Ocean Patrol Boats?

    Vessels would comabt illegal fishing, smuggling and piracy. Calls grow for Indian Ocean Patrol Boats program By: Amelia McMahon Australia should introduce an Indian Ocean Patrol Boat Program, modelled on the […]

  • China rebukes Australia

    China says it’s none of anyone’s business… Beijing criticises Australia over South China Sea policy China has criticised Australia for making “irresponsible remarks” over the South China Sea in a […]

  • Exercise Australia India

    Indian Warships Arrive Australia for Maritime Drill Posted by Aiswarya Lakshmi Three Indian warships sailed into Fremantle to participate in a week-long naval exercise off the Western Australian coast. Exercise […]

  • Exercise Ocean Explorer kicks off

    Exercise Ocean Explorer underway. Multi-Nation Naval Exercise in Australia By Aiswarya Lakshmi Warships from Australia, Italy, New Zealand and Spain are currently exercising off the Western Australian coast honing war-fighting […]

  • Yemen: Iranian arms confirmed?

    More evidence of Iranian involvement in Yemen arms smuggling. Arms Seized Off Coast of Yemen Appear to Have Been Made in Iran By C. J. CHIVERS and ERIC SCHMITT Photographs […]

  • Deep Sabre kicks off

    International Fusion Center will take part in exercise for the first time. Maritime security exercise to strengthen cooperation among countries kicks off Calvin Yang SINGAPORE – More than 800 personnel […]

  • Inconvenient flags

    Lack of transparency fuels fears of illegality. Flag of convenience ships a major security risk in Australian waters, union warns By Thomas Oriti Flag of convenience (FoC) shipping is a […]