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Contemporary Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia

History, Causes and Remedies

by Adam, J Young

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Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history,
  • Asian studies,
  • Crime & criminology,
  • Maritime history,
  • South East Asia,
  • Current Events - Politics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13168599M
    ISBN 10981230407X
    ISBN 109789812304070

      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 c This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge : Stefan Eklöf Amirell. 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.

    Southeast Asia contains some of the world's busiest shipping waters, particularly the Indonesian archipelago, the Straits of Malacca and South China Sea. The natural geography and human ecology of maritime Southeast Asia makes the area particularly apt for piracy. It is perhaps no surprise, then, that these waters are also the world's most pirate-infested, accounting for over a third of the.   While maritime piracy has seen a decline since its height in , the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) still records hundreds of pirate attacks each year with just over in alone. Pirate attacks largely occur in a few “hotspots” around the globe and are driven by a number of factors ranging from corruption and institutional.

      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. Recent scholarship, however, has shifted the focus to Somali piracy and the . Frécon, É. Chapter 3. The Various Manifestations of Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia. In The Resurgence of Sea Piracy in Southeast Asia. Institut de recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est contemporaine. doi/


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Contemporary Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia by Adam, J Young Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 by: About the Publication 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 phenomenon.

This book explores contemporary maritime piracy in Southeast Asia, demonstrating the utility of using historical context in developing policy approaches. This book examines the complex phenomena of modern maritime piracy. The work offers a cutting-edge analysis of modern maritime piracy in the two most pirate-prone regions – southeast Asia and northeast Africa – from the late twentieth century to the modern day.

Contemporary Maritime Piracy: International Law, Strategy, and Diplomacy at Sea comprises three sections, the first of which contains chapters on historical and contemporary piracy, international. 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). Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, - Political Science - pages 0 Reviews Southeast Asia and Bangladesh are at present global hot spots of pirate attacks on merchant vessels and fishing.

Contemporary Maritime Piracy: International Law, Strategy, and Diplomacy at Seacomprises three sections, the first of which contains chapters on historical and contemporary piracy, international law and diplomacy, and coalition strategies for combating future piracy.

Modern Piracy is the first book to survey the law of maritime piracy from both public law and commercial law perspectives, as well as providing a contextual overview of piracy in major hotspots.

Topics covered include issues of international law, law-enforcement cooperation, private armed security, ransoms, insurance and carriage of goods by sea. In Southeast Asia, maritime terrorism by violent non-state actors is heavily concentrated in the Sulu and Celebes Seas, and the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) is the main perpetrator.

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"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 is a foundational volume that incorporates the combined work of eight authors and, in doing so, poses questions in a myriad of difficult issues related to modern piracy in.

This book examines the complex phenomena of modern maritime piracy. The work offers a cutting-edge analysis of modern maritime piracy in the two most pirate-prone regions – southeast Asia and northeast Africa – from the late twentieth century to the modern day.

Chapter 1 takes the reader on a tour d’horizon of maritime piracy from antiquity to the s with particular emphasis on the escalation, manifestation and responses to piracy in Southeast Asia and North Africa during the nineteenth century and analysis of the maritime climate in the pre-war, interwar and post-war period.

This book explains why, and in what form, piracy still exists. It offers an integrated analysis of the root causes of piracy, linking declining fish stocks, organized crime networks, radical politically motivated groups, the use of flags of convenience, the lack of state control over national territory, and the activities of private security.

COVID Could Spark a New Era of Piracy in Southeast Asia By Drake Long Amid the impending economic disaster from the pandemic, increased crime in Southeast Asian seas is inevitable.

This book explores contemporary maritime piracy in Southeast Asia, demonstrating the utility of using historical context in developing policy approaches that will address the. Get this from a library. Contemporary maritime piracy in Southeast Asia: history, causes, and remedies.

[Adam J Young; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.; International Institute for Asian Studies.] -- 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.

While sailing alone one night in the shipping lanes across one of the busiest waterways in the world, John Burnett was attacked by pirates. Through sheer ingenuity and a little bit of luck, he survived, and his shocking firsthand experience became the inspiration for this book. Dangerous Waters charts the resurgence of piracy in recent years and reveals why it poses a significant threat to our 4/5(3).

In the modern day, pirates exist in the strategic chokepoints of Southeast Asia. A cursory look at where piracy is most active shows how the Malacca Straits and the Sulu Sea stand out as centers for an unusual (but manageable) uptick in maritime crime over the past year.

But to be clear, very few incidents meet the legal definition of piracy. 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.

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.History, Causes and Remedies.

Author: Adam J. Young; Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies ISBN: X Category: Economic development Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» 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.

Taken together, the contributions in this volume provide a better understanding of contemporary piracy in Southeast Asia and suggest avenues to successfully combat piracy in this region. This book will be of much interest to students of maritime security, Asian politics, security studies, and international relations in general.