Maritime Terrorism

9 posts

South China Sea: What happens next?

The South China Sea remains one of the world’s potential trouble spots. As this article explains, China is becoming increasingly isolated in this issue. The question for the rest of […]

Share
Pirates

Slow steaming an open invitation to pirates*

[*This article was original published in the May 2013 issue of Marine Matters. It is reprinted here with the permission of the publisher, Mr. Aldert van Nieuwkoop.] Piracy has been […]

Share

Maritime Blindness*

*Editor’s Note: This is an abridged version of an article originally published in the NATO magazine, Cutting the Bow Wave 2013, which has just been released. Consumers and their governments […]

Share
Pirates

A very real threat to today’s seafarers

Sadly, today’s maritime terrorism is a complicated and multi-faceted problem.  There are many potential perpetrators with an infinite number of associated possible or probable scenarios.  These depend upon whether the […]

Share

Terrorism and its maritime dimension

A major maritime terror incident is inevitable; it is merely a matter of where and when. Why is this? The answers are fairly simple. First, let us not be naive […]

Share