Heavy Regulation Ahead
The provision of maritime security services in Nigeria is about to turned on its head; non-legal actors will be forced out of the country and the Nigerian Navy and National […]
South China Sea: Compulsory Arbitration?
China’s new regulations allowing the seizure of foreign vessels acting illegally in its claimed territorial sea in the South China Sea may accord with international law, but they might also […]
Sea piracy off the coast of Somalia has dropped dramatically, in part as the result of private security forces accompanying the ships. The German government now wants to regulate their […]
Lost in Translation?
As pirate attacks on commercial vessels continue to rise, the number of successful hijacks continues to fall, in no small part due to the effectiveness of private maritime security companies. […]
Maritime Security Standards
At the Inaugural Conference of the Security in Complex Environments Group (SCEG) it was announced that standards designed to ensure high levels of quality and professionalism of all Private Security […]