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Caught in the crossfire – crew of the Seaman Guard Ohio

Caught in the crossfire – crew of the Seaman Guard Ohio By Michael Grey from London There is widespread outrage at the failure of the Indian authorities to release the 35 personnel arrested aboard the floating armoury Seaman Guard Ohio, … Continue reading

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International: The state of piracy

International: The state of piracy Post Magazine By John Thompson 4 September 2014 With the nature of the piracy threat constantly evolving, John Thompson looks at the role of private maritime security companies in mitigating the risk Piracy’s gone away, … Continue reading

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Port security fees probe

News Port security fees probe Hobart Mercury    By DAVID BENIUK 14 September 2014, TASPORTS is being investigated for uncompetitive behaviour that is allegedly forcing shipping companiesto pay 50 per cent above the market rate for security services. The Australian … Continue reading

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The Private Arming of Merchant Shipping – an Emerging Transnational Norm?

The Private Arming of Merchant Shipping – an Emerging Transnational Norm?

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International and Comparative Regulation of Private Maritime Security Companies Employed in Counter-Piracy

International and Comparative Regulation of Private Maritime Security Companies Employed in Counter-Piracy James Kraska Stockton Center for the Study of International Law; University of Virginia School of Law, Center for Oceans Law & Policy 2012 Modern High Seas Piracy, (Douglas … Continue reading

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Pirates Versus Mercenaries: Purely Private Transnational Violence at the Margins of International Law Ansel J. Halliburton ComputerLaw Group LLP July 6, 2010 Abstract: Because of the recent surge in piracy emanating from the failed state of Somalia, the world’s navies … Continue reading

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Privateers and privateering

  Privateers and privateering / by Commander E.P. Statham. Main Author: Statham, Edward Phillips. Language(s): English Published: New York : J. Pott, 1910. Subjects: Naval biography. Privateering. Physical Description: xiii, 382 p., 7 leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 … Continue reading

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Maritime Security Market – Global Market Forecast & Analysis (2014 – 2019)

Maritime Security Market – Global Market Forecast & Analysis (2014 – 2019) By Technologies and Systems, by Services, by Categories, and by Region

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International: The state of piracy

International: The state of piracy Post Magazine By John Thompson 4 September 2014 With the nature of the piracy threat constantly evolving, John Thompson looks at the role of private maritime security companies in mitigating the risk Piracy’s gone away, … Continue reading

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SAMI On Top Line Security Concerns

SAMI On Top Line Security Concerns By Steven Jones, Maritime Director, The Security Association for the Maritime Industry (SAMI) Wednesday, September 24, 2014 With progress being made against piracy off Somalia, it seems that other maritime security issues are becoming … Continue reading

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