By Huanxin Luo Due to the number of claimants and the complexity of claims, the South China Sea dispute is […]
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A Human Security Approach to Maritime Security in the Gulf of Guinea
By Dr. Ian M. Ralby
The Gulf of Guinea – the coastal portion of West and Central Africa – is one of the most dynamic regions of the world in terms of both maritime criminal activity, and proactive efforts to counter maritime crime. The waters of the Gulf are plagued by a wide array of challenging threats including piracy, armed robbery at sea, illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, trafficking of all sorts, dumping and other environmental crimes, and oil theft.