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Singapore's gulf anti-piracy operations : a shift in strategic thinking
Singapore's decision to send a Landing Ship Tank for anti-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden under the US-led Combined Task Force 151 reveals pragmatism at the strategic, operational and tactical levels. It also signals ...
Piracy in the Gulf of Aden : lessons from the Malacca Strait
Piracy in the Gulf of Aden has reached a level serious enough for the international community to take concerted action. However, the response has largely been more international in nature than regional and national. This ...
The Northern Sea Route (NSR): A New Transit Passage between Europe and Asia?
The predicted ‘blue’ Arctic Ocean may emerge earlier than the middle of this century, given the current rates of global warming. The opening up of the Northern Sea Route will have a tremendous impact on the future of current ...
Anti-piracy in Somalia: models for maritime security institutions
There is an emerging consensus on how to deal with piracy off Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden: improve security on land and establish a strong national security apparatus in Somalia. Can the “Malacca Strait” approach be a model?
The Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Ensuring Safe and Efficient Shipping
To date, three studies have been done on the carrying capacity of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore. The studies are necessary as traffic will increase in the future, hence increasing the possibility of accidents. The ...
Australia's Force 2030: Preparing for the Possibility of World War
The Australian Defence White Paper and the Defence Capability Plan 2009 detail a significant increase in Australia’s defence expenditure up to 2030. This Force 2030 is a formidable one and will be able to defend Australia ...