Vol. 46 Nbr. 1-2, September - September 2013
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- Perspectives on the growing trend of child piracy.
- The pre-history of piracy as a crime & its definitional odyssey.
- Moving from crisis management to a sustainable solution for Somali piracy: selected initiatives and the role of international law.
- Global conventions on maritime crimes involving piratical acts.
- Assessing current trends and efforts to combat piracy: a case study on Kenya.
- Current trends in global piracy: can Somalia's successes help combat piracy in the Gulf of Guinea and elsewhere?
- Assessing current trends and efforts to combat piracy.
- Maritime piracy: a sustainable global solution.
- Children and marine piracy.
- Child pirates: rehabilitation, reintegration, and accountability.
- Juvenile pirates: 'Lost Boys' or violent criminals?
- Combating maritime piracy: inter-disciplinary cooperation and information sharing.
- New thinking in the fight against marine piracy: financing and plunder, pre-empting piracy before prevention becomes necessary.
- Somali piracy--are we at the end game?
- Operational responses to piracy--a first principles approach.
- International maritime piracy: an old profession that is capable of new tricks, but change is possible.
- Rules of engagement and legal frameworks for multinational counter-piracy operations.
- Talking foreign policy: a roundtable on piracy.
- Why now is the time to resolve the Dokdo/Takeshima dispute.