Piracy perk: Somalia 'crucible of innovation' guides maritime strategies
from Homeland Security Today
A study of maritime security issues that arose from the battle against Somali pirates revealed a pattern of best practices countries can take in the face of “a new wave of violence against shipping” along with wider crime and safety issues on the high seas. The U.K.-funded SafeSeas Project, based at the School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University and the Global Insecurities Center at the University of Bristol, issued a new toolkit based on research in the West Indian Ocean from Lesotho up to Pakistan from December 2016 through this month.
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