By Carolin Liss, Ted Biggs
This e-book combines multi-disciplinary ethnographic and theoretical techniques to envision piracy in Southeast Asia and the neighborhood and foreign responses to this risk.
During the piracy increase of the early to mid-2000s, the problem of piracy in Southeast Asia obtained titanic educational cognizance. contemporary scholarship, even if, has shifted the focal point to Somali piracy and the resurgence of piracy in Southeast Asia has principally been overlooked within the educational neighborhood. This quantity seeks to treatment this hole within the present literature. the first target is to check how piracy has developed in Southeast Asia over the last ten years, to deal with why piracy has re-emerged as a safety possibility, to judge efforts at maintaining defense in neighborhood waters, and to provide an research of what can be anticipated within the subsequent decade. The contributions are drawn from lecturers, coverage makers, and armed forces officials, protecting more than a few disciplines together with diplomacy, socio-cultural anthropology, defense reports, historical past, legislations, and Asian reports. Taken jointly, the contributions during this quantity supply a greater knowing of up to date piracy in Southeast Asia and recommend avenues to effectively strive against piracy during this region.
This publication can be of a lot curiosity to scholars of maritime protection, Asian politics, defense reviews, and international relations in general.
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UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development). 2010. Review of Maritime Transport 2010. Geneva: United Nations Publication. S. counter-piracy efforts in Southeast Asia 2004–2015 Consistent, cooperative and supportive John Bradford 1 Introduction The United States holds a long-standing national interest in the assured safety of navigation in Southeast Asia. For centuries the region’s straits and seas have carried maritime traffic essential to global commerce. They continue in that role today, conveying the bulk of the world’s cargo.
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