Publications

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Information:
Freed Sailors Recount Years of Torture at the Hands of Somali Pirates – 24 October 2016

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Presentations:

These presentations, the discussions taking place on this website and all other relevant documents constitute the contributions of the Legal Forum to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), in order to promote further debate, research and exchange of experiences on the issues of maritime piracy off the coast of Somalia.

19th Plenary Session of the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia – 31st May to 3rd June 2016 – Seychelles

The State of Maritime Piracy 2015” – M. Walje, Oceans Beyond Piracy

CGPCS Legal Forum May 2016” – J. Huggins, Oceans Beyond Piracy

Information Sharing in West Africa – OBP

Comprehensive Floating Armoury Survey Report” – P. Cook

 

Reports:

“Fighting piracy off the coast of Somalia: lessons learned from the Contact Group” which is part of the CGPCS Lessons Learned Project. (October 2014) http://www.iss.europa.eu/publications/detail/article/fighting-piracy-off-the-coast-of-somalia-lessons-learned-from-the-contact-group/
Source: EU Institute for Security Studies

Madsen, Jens Vestergaard, Seyle, Conor, Brandt, Kellie, Purser, Ben, Randall, Heather and Roy, Kellie (2013) “The State of Maritime Piracy” Oceans Beyond Piracy Project One Earth Future Foundation
Source: Oceans Beyond Piracy

UN Conference on Trade and Development – Maritime Piracy Part I (August 2014) An Overview of Trends, Costs and Trade-Related Implication
Source: Oceans Beyond Piracy

In-depth evaluation of the Counter Piracy Programme Combating maritime piracy in the Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean Increasing regional capacities to deter, detain and prosecute pirates
Source: www.unodc.org

UN Conference on Trade and Development – Maritime Piracy Part II (August 2014) An Overview of the International Legal Framework and of Multilateral Cooperation to Combat Piracy
Source: Oceans Beyond Piracy

Rosenberg, David (Summer, 2009). «The Political Economy of Piracy in the SouthChina Sea». Naval War College Review. Volume 62, No. 3: Pp. 43-58.
Source: U.S. Naval War College

Catherine Zara Raymond (Sumer 2009) “Piracy and Armed Robbery in the Malacca Strait: A Problem Solved?” Volume 62, No. 3: Pp.31
Source: U.S. Naval War College

Gary E. Weir (Summer 2009) “Fish, Family, and Profit: Piracy in the Horn of Africa”
Source: U.S. Naval War College

Pirate Trails – Tracking the Illicit Financial Flows from Pirate Activities off the Horn of Africa (2013) International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank Study
Source: The World Bank

The Pirates of Somalia: Ending the Threat, Rebuilding a Nation (2013)
Source: The World Bank

Transnational Organized Crime in West Africa: A Threat Assessment (February 2013) – United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Source: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Counter Piracy Programme: Support to the Trial and Related Treatment of Piracy Suspect (March 2013) – United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Source: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Maritime Crime Programme (March 2014) United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Source: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

ReCAAP Annual Report (August 2014)
Source: The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia

ReCAAP ISC Piracy&Sea Robbery – Conference 8 April 2014
Source: The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia

United States Counter Piracy and Maritime Security Action Plan (June 2014)
Source: Oceans Beyond Piracy

Maritime Security: Ongoing U.S. Counterpiracy Efforts Would Benefit From Agency Assessments (June 2014) – United States Government Accountability Office
Source: Oceans Beyond Piracy

Implementing Sustainable Maritime Security Measures in West and Central Africa (January 2014)
Source: International Maritime Organization

Articles and papers:

Priddy, Alice and Casey-Maslen, Dr Stuart (August 2012) “Counterpiracy under International Law”. Academy Briefing. Volume (1): 59 pp.
Source: Geneva Academy

Insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea: Assessing the Threats, Preparing the Response (January 2014), International Peace Institute
Source: International Peace Institute

Bateman, Sam (7 July 2014) “Piracy in Southeast Asia – The Current Situation” – S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Source: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies Nanyang Technological University

J. Lenoir, James (1934). “Piracy Cases in the Supreme Court”. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology”. Volume (25): 23pp.
Source: Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology

Treves, Tullio (2009). «Piracy, Law of the Sea, and Use of Force: Developments off the Coast of Somalia». European Journal of International Law. Volume 20, Issue 2: Pp. 399-414.
Source: European Journal of International Law (Oxford Journals)

Alessi, Christopher and Hanson, Stephanie (March 23, 2012). «Combating Maritime Piracy». Council on Foreign Relations.
Source: Council on Foreign Relations