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Somalia-type piracy : why it will not happen in Southeast Asia
The world has been shocked by the recent spate of piracy attacks off Somalia. Inevitaly there has been speculation that sea robbers in Southeast Asia might imitate these attacks. However, there are good reasons why this ...
Combating piracy and armed robbery in Asia: boosting ReCAAP's role
The ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (ISC) is an international organisation that comprises 14 member countries in the region to combat piracy. Despite its many advantages, the ISC has some weaknesses which should be ...
The U.S. maritime strategy: a cooperative strategy for 21st century seapower
The US maritime strategy is the first maritime strategy that has shifted from a narrow focus on sea combat toward one that also emphasises the use of "soft power" to counter terrorism and deliver humanitarian assistance. ...
Recovering trade after a terrorist attack: the APEC way
Most counter-terrorism measures taken after 9-11 seek to prevent a terrorist attack. None have looked at how the US and its trading partners will recover from a terrorist attack. The APEC Trade Recovery Programme was ...