Tag: maritime history

  • ‘Everyone died, except for me’

    Today marks the 70th anniversary of the sinking of the SS Struma, the greatest maritime disaster in the history of the secret immigration enterprise and the worst civilian maritime disaster […]

  • China’s Falkland Islands Lesson

    Like nature, power politics abhors a vacuum. It’s probably no coincidence that Buenos Aires is ramping up its demands for the islands as Britain’s capacity to re-conquer them dwindles. China’s […]

  • Expert Analysis

    One of shipping’s most eminent economists has been casting his expert eye on piracy. Dr Martin Stopford, reminds us that Piracy is not a modern phenomenon. 2078 years ago Rome […]