Piracy, Maritime Terrorism and Securing the Malacca Straits

Piracy, Maritime Terrorism and Securing the Malacca Straits

Graham Ong-Webb

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ISBN: 9789812304179

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Maritime piracy continues to persist as a significant phenomenon manifesting a range of social, historical, geo-political, security and economic issues. Today, the waters of Southeast Asia serve as the dominant region for the occurrence of piracy and the challenges it poses to regional security and Malacca Straits security. As a second installment within the Series on Maritime Issues and Piracy in Asia by the International Institute of Asian Studies, Leiden University, and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, the authors of this volume add fresh perspectives to the ongoing debate about piracy, the threat of maritime terrorism, and the challenge of securing the Malacca Straits today.

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Preliminary pages with Introduction by Graham Gerard Ong-Webb
1. Piracy, Armed Robbery and Terrorism at Sea: A Global and Regional Outlook
2. Transnational Threats and the Maritime Domain
3. Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in the Philippines
4. Political Piracy and Maritime Terrorism: A Comparison between the Straits of Malacca and the Philippines
5. Piracy and Armed Robbery at Sea in Southeast Asia: Initial Impressions from the Field
6. The Politics of Anti-Piracy and Anti-Terrorism Responses in Southeast Asia
7. Piracy Military and Security Companies in the Fight against Piracy in Southeast Asia
8. Unilateralism and Regionalism: Working Together and Alone in the Malacca Straits
9. Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia: The Evolution and Progress of Intra-ASEAN Cooperation
10. The Rhine Navigation Regime: A Model for the Straits of Malacca?
11. Whither the Malacca Straits? The Rise of new Hub Ports in Asia
12. Piracy, Seaborne Trade and the Rivalries of Foreign Sea Powers in East and Southeast Asia, 1511 to 1839: A Chinese Perspective
13. Conclusion: Building Upon the Research Agenda

Subjects:Security (National & International)

Number of Pages: 266



Publication Date: 39030

Format: HB

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