Tag: Southeast Asia

  • Attacks soar in Asian seas

    Latest ReCAAP report released. Attacks soar in Asian seas as pirates bare their fangs Jermyn Chow Piracy in Asian waters has hit its highest levels this year since a piracy […]

  • Piracy and fuel theft in SE Asia

    Overall figures improving, but hijackings test regional response. Syphoning Confidence: Piracy and fuel theft in Southeast Asia – Analysis By RSIS A spate of fuel-syphoning attacks on small tankers in the […]

  • ReCAAP piracy incidents in October

    Small tanker hijackings continue to pose challenge in region. ReCAAP piracy incidents report in October 2014 George Joseph The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships […]

  • What drives piracy?

    Only land-based moves will end piracy. What Drives Maritime Piracy in Sub-Saharan Africa? by Brandon Prins, University of Tennessee Southeast Asia once dominated the landscape of maritime piracy. From 1999 […]

  • Guardian opens Singapore offices

    New offices to focus on regional issues.  Guardian Global Resources opens Singapore offices Guardian Global Resources is to further expand its global presence by opening an office in Singapore, an HQ […]

  • US seeks closer ties with Indonesia

    Moves to enhance overall maritime security.  US seeks to improve maritime cooperation with Indonesia Apriadi Gunawan The US government has expressed interest in improving maritime cooperation with the government following the […]

  • Hijackers increase attacks in Asia

    US CG Rear Admiral to represent US within ReCAAP. Hijackers Increase Attacks on Bulk Tankers in Asian Waters US Joins International Anti-Piracy Effort US – ASIA – The US has […]

  • Protecting the vast waters of Indonesia

    As yesterday’s hijacking demonstrates, sea lane security is crucial. Protecting the vast waters  of Indonesia Kresno Buntoro, Lecturer at Indonesia Defense University, Jakarta The new government has to design a […]