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 ...
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, ...
Regional nations need to combine efforts.
Experts raise awareness on possible terrorists’ takeover of Gulf of Guinea
Written by Abosede Musari, Abuja
EXPERTS in peace and conflict resolution in Nigeria have raised the ...
Huge expansion of navy planned.
Angola: West Africa's new naval powerhouse?
By Cassie Blombaum, Guardian Global Resources
The powers that be in Luanda are apparently engaging in a massive expansion of Angola’s naval ...
NIMASA boss claims lack of prosecutions leaves staff at risk.
Nigeria: Pirates, Oil Thieves Threatening Our Lives - NIMASA Boss
By Godfrey Bivbere
DIRECTOR General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, ...
Neptune expands offering to meet new threats.
Maritime security company takes action on new threats
An international maritime security company is stepping up its services to combat increasingly sophisticated threats worldwide.
Neptune Maritime ...
Further developments in technology’s capability as piracy attacks and threats increase in 2014
Operating Range Tripled to 6 Nautical Miles
WatchStander LLC, a provider of anti-piracy technology for the shipping industry, has ...
Hijacked and abducted by Nigerian pirates and then Somali pirates.
The man who was kidnapped by pirates - twice
Kings Nehemiah Okoye, a Nigerian marine engineer, has been a seafarer for 25 ...
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