The Open Seas Are Becoming No-Man's-Land
- 'Leaving the Corsair's name to other times:' How to enforce the law of sea piracy in the 21st century through regional international agreements. Goodman[a], Timothy H. // Case Western Reserve Law Review;Winter99, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p139
Examines the enforcement of the law of sea piracy in the 21st century through regional international agreements. Legal historical background of sea piracy; Current threat of piracy; Policy grounds supporting the Piracy Charter Concept.
- SOMALSKI PIRATI - RASTUCI ME�UNARODNI PROBLEM KOJI TREBA HITNO RIJE�ITI. �o�ic, Ivan // Nase More;2011, Vol. 58 Issue 1/2, p82
Somalia has been for decades a country on the verge of humanitarian catastrophe with constant inner conflicts hunger and place where only the pirates "reign". "Horn of Africa Pirates" as they have been called in the Gulf of Aden area, seize ships asking for millions of dollars ransom for their...
- Pirates Private and Public. Fabey, Michael // Traffic World;12/7/98, Vol. 256 Issue 10, p26
Focuses on the anti-pirate hit squad, Rapid Response Investigation Service. Role of the service in the investigation of piracy incidents; Cooperation of the service with the law enforcement and ship owners; Complaints filed by the Maritime Bureau and the International Maritime Council against...
- 'Pirates Plunder at Will in Brazil,' Reuters, December 2, 1997. // Trends in Organized Crime;Summer1998, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p110
Presents an abstract of the article entitled `Pirates Plunder at Will in Brazil,' which appeared in the December 2, 1997 issue of `Reuters.'
- Helen Gibson, 'A Plague of Pirates,' Time, Vol. 150, No. 7,. // Trends in Organized Crime;Summer1998, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p111
Presents an abstract of the article `A Plague of Pirates,' by Helen Gibson which appeared in the August 18, 1997 issue of `Time.'
- Asia Fights Piracy. Cottrill, Ken // Traffic World;5/8/2000, Vol. 262 Issue 6, p35
Focuses on the cooperation among a group of Asian nations to combat piracy in the maritime industry. Increase in maritime piracy according to figures released by the International Maritime Bureau of the International Chamber of Commerce; Agreement to increase the exchange of information on...
- PREPARE TO REPEL BOARDERS. Carty, Peter // Accountancy;Sep94, Vol. 114 Issue 1213, p30
The article focuses on piracy as a global problem and its impact on global commerce. The International Maritime Bureau and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) play an important role in monitoring maritime crimes. Nearly 500 piratical acts have been logged by the IMO since it started...
- Piracy is deadlier than ever. Wood, I. D. H. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jan2000, Vol. 126 Issue 1, p60
Reports on the growing number of piracy incidents worldwide. Definition of piracy under the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea; Types of piracy; Political and economic reasons for the occurrence of piracy in piracy hotspots around the world, such as Southeast Asia; Economic...
- HIGH SEIZE. Brenchley, Fred // Bulletin with Newsweek;11/11/2003, Vol. 121 Issue 6398, p28
In the wake of a dramatic three-week pursuit and capture of Patagonian toothfish pirates, Australia is now hoping to round up a global coalition to apprehend illegal fishing boats. The Patagonian toothfish appears an ugly brute but, sold as Chilean sea bass, it commands high prices in northern...