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Maritime security in southern African waters

Maritime security in southern African waters

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Published by Sun Press in Stellenbosch .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Maritime terrorism -- Africa, Southern -- Prevention,
  • Hijacking of ships -- Africa, Southern -- Prevention,
  • Shipping -- Africa, Southern -- Security measures

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditors, Thean Potgieter, Reiner Pommerin.
    ContributionsPotgieter, Thean., Pommerin, Reiner, 1943-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6433.786.A356 M37 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 142 p. :
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24097807M
    ISBN 101920338055
    ISBN 109781920338053
    LC Control Number2009521255

    The maritime domain of the East African Community (EAC) is affected by a number of maritime security threats, including piracy, armed robbery against ships and an ongoing maritime . Institutional news. Ioannis Chapsos visits the Indonesian Institute for Maritime Studies. Ioannis Chapsos with Admiral (ret) Bernard Kent Sondakh founder of IIM In Maritime News, Fri, Sep 16th, .

    This led to duplication of efforts, as well as a wastage of resources, he told delegates at an international conference on Maritime Security in Southern African Waters, being held in Stellenbosch. Potgieter, TD: When Maritime Security is Absent’, International Conference on Maritime Security in Southern African Waters, Stellenbosch, July CEMIS PROJECT – SOUTH AFRICA AND ROMANIA: CHANGING SECURITY PARADIGMS.

    Maritime security has been a long-neglected issue on the African security agenda. This situation is changing incrementally, not the least because of the attention to the problem of piracy in the continent's waters. The “piracy momentum” has led to a significant intensification of maritime security cooperation.   Maritime access gives Africa a major strategic advantage. Yet none of its 38 coastal states can fully claim sovereignty over territorial waters. Africa’s 16,mile coastline gives two-thirds of its countries direct access to a sea of riches. The maritime domain offers enormous earning potential through fishing and tourism.


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For a long time, the politics of measuring such boundaries had as a yardstick the reach of the cannonball andFile Size: 2MB. Maritime security in Southern African waters. which contains the proceedings of a conference hosted at Stellenbosch University in July It includes a collection of diverse papers from academics and practitioners addressing topics from port security and the economic dimensions of maritime security to the African experience of piracy.

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Southern Africa has strengthened security in its coastal areas as the tide of maritime piracy treks south and threatens trade along the Mozambique Channel. Analysis - The long-term consequences of COVID will make already difficult decisions about South Africa's maritime security even more complex.

A well-managed maritime sector is key to the. ernment have adopted and signed the African Charter on Maritime Security, Safety and Development, on Saturday, 15, at the Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government, Lome, Togo.

The African Charter on Maritime Security, Safety and Development aims to solidify Africa. "The authors have responded to the growing need to address the important legal issues affecting maritime security for the region around Australia and New Zealand, producing the first and only book to do so.

Their work is a comprehensive and well balanced treatment of the issues, providing a high quality resource useful to scholars, students and Reviews: 1. Presented by: Mr. Phillippe Michaud Ms. Kate Almquist Knopf. The club has identified a marked increase in incidents of piracy and armed robbery attacks off West Africa during and early This included the worrying increase in kidnappings involving.

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The long-term consequences of COVID will make already difficult decisions about South Africa’s maritime security even more complex. A well-managed maritime sector is key to the country’s economic recovery from the pandemic, and its long-term growth. South Africa now needs to make hard choices about how to achieve this within the constraints forced on it [ ].

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US and West Africa join forces on maritime security. This year’s US-led Obangame Express, a military exercise designed to help countries along the western coast of Africa counter illicit sea-based activity, ended last week with a symposium in Abidjan.As a result of increased maritime security challenges across Africa, global naval capabilities have assembled to collaboratively counter illicit maritime activity within the region.

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