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Piracy in Southeast Asia

Status, Issues, and Responses

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • South East Asia,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Terrorism,
  • Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Terrorism

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDerek Johnson (Editor), Mark Valencia (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9195901M
    ISBN 109812302328
    ISBN 109789812302328

    Piracy in the Strait of Malacca has for long been a threat to ship owners and the mariners who ply the km-long ( miles) sea lane. In recent years, coordinated patrols by Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore along with increased security on vessels have sparked a sharp downturn in piracy.. The Strait of Malacca's geography makes the region very susceptible to piracy. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the China's Role in Counter-Piracy Operations - Piracy in Southeast Asia and Gulf of Aden (GOA), People's Liberation Army Navy. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help.

    The book is highly recommended" (Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs). "This fact-filled, groundbreaking survey of piracy in the waters of Southeast Asia and Bangladesh -- the areas with the highest number of pirating incidents in the world -- reveals the problem's many forms and causes. The conditions in Southeast Asia suit the pirates - the countermeasures by the governments are sluggish, and the criminal networks are professional. DW takes a look at the problem of piracy in the.

    Get this from a library! Contemporary Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia: History, Causes and Remedies. [Adam J Young] -- This book explores contemporary maritime piracy in Southeast Asia, demonstrating the utility of using historical context in developing policy approaches that will address the roots of this resurgent.   Asia’s got a pirate problem Southeast Asia has long had a piracy problem, and it’s a well-reported one: according to the International Maritime Bureau (IMB), nearly 60% of all maritime incidents between and occurred in Southeast Asia, with more than 20% of those incidents taking place in Indonesia alone.


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Piracy in Southeast Asia Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book combines multi-disciplinary ethnographic and theoretical approaches to examine piracy in Southeast Asia and the regional and international responses to this threat. During the piracy boom of the early to mids, the issue of piracy in Southeast Asia received substantial academic attention.

This book combines multi-disciplinary ethnographic and theoretical approaches to examine piracy in Southeast Asia and the regional and international responses to this threat.

During the piracy boom of the early to mids, the issue of piracy in Southeast Asia received substantial academic by: 1.

This book combines multi-disciplinary ethnographic and theoretical approaches to examine the re-emergence of piracy in Southeast Asia and the regional and international responses to this resurgent threat. SinceSoutheast Asia is once again the region with the highest number of reported pirate attacks in the s: 0.

Piracy in Southeast Asia, as a whole volume, is the first publication that investigates oceanic offenses in Southeast Asia. This book deserves to get a five-star rating not because of its significance but for its originality"(Asian Criminology) "Piracy in Southeast Asia seeks to provide a strong analysis of piracy in a Southeast Asian context by focusing on the characteristics and suppression of piracy.

This book. This book combines multi-disciplinary ethnographic and theoretical approaches to examine piracy in Southeast Asia and the regional and international responses to this threat. During the piracy boom. Book Description The suppression of piracy and maritime raiding was a keystone in the colonisation of Southeast Asia.

This comparative study in colonial history explores how piracy was defined, contested and used to resist or justify colonial expansion, particularly from c to cAuthor: Stefan Eklöf Amirell. The Resurgence of Sea Piracy in Southeast Asia. Nouvelle édition [en ligne].

Bangkok: Institut de recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est contemporaine, (généré le 01 juin ). Book description. The suppression of piracy and other forms of maritime violence was a keystone in the colonisation of Southeast Asia.

Focusing on what was seen in the nineteenth century as the three most pirate-infested areas in the region - the Sulu Sea, the Strait of Malacca and Indochina - this comparative study in colonial history explores how piracy was defined, contested and used to resist or justify.

Southeast Asia was the location of 41% of the world’s pirate attacks between and The West Indian Ocean, which includes Somalia, accounted for just 28%, and the West African coast only.

Piracy and the importance of the Strait. According to the report from the ICC and IMB, pirates in Southeast Asia hijack a small coastal tanker every two weeks, on average. Recent data shows that from January until June this year, 56 cases of piracy had taken place in the Malacca Strait.

Of this number, 21 were cases of suspected piracy, 22 were. This book explores contemporary maritime piracy in Southeast Asia, demonstrating the utility of using historical context in developing policy approaches that will address the.

summary In the Southeast Asian context where the incidence and violence of piracy have been growing and where maritime terrorism is a threat with potentially horrific consequences, there is an urgent need to come up with innovative ways to counter maritime violence.

Piracy in Southeast Asia, as a whole volume, is the first publication that investigates oceanic offenses in Southeast Asia. This book deserves to get a five-star rating not because of its significance but for its originality" (Asian Criminology).

Troubled waters: piracy and maritime security in Southeast Asia. by Vinita Ramani. PublishedAug Length12 min. Piracy is as old as seafaring itself and some of the world’s hotspots for pirate attacks are also the main trade routes for global oil transportation.

Carolin Liss Southeast Asia and Bangladesh are at present global hot spots of pirate attacks on merchant vessels and fishing boats. This book explains why, and in what form, piracy still exists. Excerpt Over the past decade, considerable attention in the media has been devoted to the problem of maritime piracy, particularly as it has been manifested in the waters of Southeast Asia.

The Economics of Piracy in South East Asia May This report seeks to put South East Asian piracy in its historical context, to study the rise in piracy in South East Asia during the last five years, to examine in detail the business model that has driven it, to analyse what the future holds and to suggest how piracy may best be.

‘I can confidently say that this is the best book on the legal dimension of the problem of piracy in general, and of piracy in Southeast Asia and off the coast of Somalia in particular, and what we can do about it.

Robert Beckman and Ashley Roach are two of the finest minds working in international law today. They have brought their knowledge and sharp analytical skills to edit a book of. summary This book explores contemporary maritime piracy in Southeast Asia, demonstrating the utility of using historical context in developing policy approaches.

Back to book. chapter 2. 18 Pages. Changes in piracy in Southeast Asia over the last ten years. BySAM BATEMAN. IntroductionThe incidence of piracy and sea robbery in Southeast Asia has waxed and waned over the last ten years. From a total of actual and attempted attacks in the region inthe number of incidents declined to a low of 65 in before progressively increasing to a total of in Author: Sam Bateman.

This chapter will analyze piracy and armed robbery against ships in Southeast Asia, the area of the world which had the greatest number of incidents of attacks against ships in It will first examine the nature of attacks on ships in Southeast Asia and explain that the majority of attacks are not considered ‘piracy’ under international.Since then, the collapse of Indonesia and the recovery of the Chinese regime have pushed it back towards the Straits of Southeast Asia.

Eric Frécon's book also describes how the efforts of regional coordination and the policies of certain big nations like Japan and India acted upon piracy, in order to contain it, on the whole.Piracy in Southeast Asia: Status, Issues, and Responses | Edited by Derek Johnson and Mark J.

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