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Libya: The Next Pirate Haven?

by Paul Pryce. With degrees in political science from both sides of the pond, Paul Pryce has previously worked as Senior Research Fellow for the Atlantic Council of Canada’s Canadian Armed Forces program, as a Research Fellow for the OSCE … Continue reading

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Decoding Jamaica’s National Security Policy

by Paul Pryce. With degrees in political science from both sides of the pond, Paul Pryce has previously worked as Senior Research Fellow for the Atlantic Council of Canada’s Canadian Armed Forces program, as a Research Fellow for the OSCE … Continue reading

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Maritime Piracy – A Global Issue

In January 2015, CIMSEC announced a High School Scholarship Essay Contest. This article by Steel Templin won the first prize in the contest. Steel is a senior from South Lake High School in Groveland, Florida. He is active in Key … Continue reading

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The South Sudanese Conflict and the Pirates of the Nile

by Paul Pryce. Paul Pryce is a Junior Research Fellow at the Atlantic Council of Canada. With degrees in political science from universities on both sides of the pond, he has previously worked in conflict resolution as a Research Fellow … Continue reading

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Pirates, pirogues and politicians: The politics of fishing in Africa

by Peter Dörrie (Homepage / Twitter). The story of maritime fishing in Africa is often told as a simple one. On the one side are the continent’s countless artisanal fishermen and women who have plied the seas for hundreds of … Continue reading

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Sea Control 17 – Interview with Rob Young Pelton and Matthew Hipple

In this Episode #17, James Bridger, maritime security consultant and piracy specialist at Delex Systems Inc interviews Robert Young Pelton. Pelton is a journalist and an adventurer, who is known for his interviews with military and political figures in war … Continue reading

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Von Ost nach West: Neue Fronten im Kampf gegen Piraterie in Afrika

If you don’t understand German, then check out “African Piracy Goes West” about the same topic, also written by Peter Dörrie, published on “War is Boring”. Mit nur 11 Angriffen – wovon nur zwei in Entführungen endeten – war es … Continue reading

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Buchrezension: Piraterie als Herausforderung

von Felix F. Seidler. Felix F. Seidler ist freier Mitarbeiter am Institut für Sicherheitspolitik an der Universität in Kiel und Administrator von Seidlers Sicherheitspolitik. Dieser Artikel wurde dort als erstes veröffentlicht. Was sind die europäischen Antworten auf Piraterie? Welche globalen … Continue reading

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Assistenzdienst für internationale Polizeioperationen (auf See)

Am 22. April 2009 veröffentlichte der Bundesrat die Botschaft zum Bundesbeschluss über den Einsatz der Armee im Assistenzdienst im Ausland zur Unterstützung der Operation NAVFOR Atalanta der Europäischen Union sowie zur Änderung des Militärgesetzes. Der Bundesrat will mit dieser Botschaft … Continue reading

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Pirate Attacks Decline, but for How Long?

After a year of escalating piracy off the Somali coast, during which pirates seized more than 100 large vessels, in early 2009 the rate of attacks decreased markedly. On Feb. 22, pirates captured a Greek-owned vessel carrying coal. Despite this, … Continue reading

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