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Indonesia’s Chance to Advocate Maritime Security Issues on the Security Council
June 13, 2018

Indonesia’s Chance to Advocate Maritime Security Issues on the Security Council

By Pandu Utama Manggala
Indonesia has won a seat at the UN’s top body. Time to make good use of this chance to advance maritime security.

Countering the ‘Pirates’ Paradise’: Unmanned Systems and Marine Security in Southeast Asia
October 26, 2017

Countering the ‘Pirates’ Paradise’: Unmanned Systems and Marine Security in Southeast Asia

By Tobias Burgers and Scott N. Romaniuk
Drones could help close the capabilities gaps that allow pirates to flourish in Asian waters.
Piracy in Australia’s Neighbors  
July 05, 2017

Piracy in Australia’s Neighbors  

By Nathan Page
Capacity-building in Melanesia will have a direct impact on Australian security.

Asia's Deadly Pirates
June 21, 2017

Asia's Deadly Pirates

By Neil Thompson
Asia sees more kidnappings and armed robberies at sea than anywhere else in the world.

Indonesia Needs to Step up Its Fight Against Maritime Piracy
December 29, 2016

Indonesia Needs to Step up Its Fight Against Maritime Piracy

By Dedi Dinarto
Indonesia's new maritime forum with Japan misses some critical areas of potential cooperation.

10 Years of Fighting Pirates in Asia
September 01, 2016

10 Years of Fighting Pirates in Asia

By Prakash Panneerselvam
As ReCAAP marks its 10th anniversary, a look back at the achievements.

Confronting Threats in the Sulu-Sulawesi Seas: Opportunities and Challenges
June 10, 2016

Confronting Threats in the Sulu-Sulawesi Seas: Opportunities and Challenges

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Tackling the manifold problems in the tri-border area will require some heavy lifting by concerned states.
The Other Sea That Dominated the 2016 Shangri-La Dialogue
June 09, 2016

The Other Sea That Dominated the 2016 Shangri-La Dialogue

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Beyond the South China Sea, conversations at the 2016 Shangri-La Dialogue also centered on the Sulu Sea.

Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
May 05, 2016

Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines

By Jacqueline Espenilla
As Southeast Asian pirates turn to abductions, what can regional states do?

Indonesia’s ‘Global Maritime Fulcrum’: The Case of Abu Sayyaf
May 03, 2016

Indonesia’s ‘Global Maritime Fulcrum’: The Case of Abu Sayyaf

By Dedi Dinarto
The militant group's activities reveal holes in the implementation of Jakarta's signature policy.

Fighting Piracy: Is a Grand Asian Strategy Possible?
September 22, 2015

Fighting Piracy: Is a Grand Asian Strategy Possible?

By Nilanthan Niruthan
A region-wide approach will be needed to effectively tackle a growing menace.
How Did a Singapore Warship Foil a Pirate Attack?
September 02, 2015

How Did a Singapore Warship Foil a Pirate Attack?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
City-state scores victory amid rising incidents in the region.

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