Labor Exploitation, Illegal Fishing Continue to Plague Asian Seas
By James X. Morris
A new EJF report finds widespread violations in the global seafood industry, including in Taiwan, Vietnam, and elsewhere in Asia.
The Plight of Traditional Fishermen in Indonesia
By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
Indonesia’s vast maritime space is hotly contested between modern and traditional fishermen.
Bali’s Garbage Emergency Exposes Indonesia’s Big Rubbish Problem
By Luke Hunt
The escalation of the crisis is an embarrassment for the Southeast Asian state.
China, Iceland and the Arctic
By Arthur Guschin
Iceland is playing a growing role in China’s Arctic strategy.
Disappointing Outcome at Pacific Fisheries Meet
By Emmanuel Samoglou
A conference on South Pacific fishing has failed to strengthen safeguards for fast-dwindling stocks.