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Piracy on the high seas / Noah Berlatsky, book editor. - Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2010. - 127 p. ; 24 cm. - At issue. International politics. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Southeast Asian nations must coordinate anti-piracy efforts / Piracy in Southeast Asia has economic causes / Discreet U.S. aid is vital to fighting piracy in Southeast Asia / Historical piracy provides lessons for dealing with today's Somali pirates / The international community cannot ignore piracy in Somalia / Local fleets should handle Somali pirates / The Indian Navy should engage pirates who threaten Indian nationals / Military courts need to be established to deal with piracy / The U.S. should reconfigure its Navy or Coast Guard to deal with piracy / To fight piracy at sea, first fight lawlessness on land / Somali "pirates" are actually trying to stop illegal dumping and fishing / Terrorists and pirates are similar but not the same / States can do little against maritime terrorism and piracy / The threat of maritime terrorism and piracy is exaggerated / Catherine Zara Raymond -- Adam J. Young -- Ian Storey -- Virginia Lunsford -- Aidan Hartley -- Peter Lehr -- Nitin Pai -- David B. Rivkin, Jr. and Lee A. Casey -- Yoav Gortzak and Robert Farley -- Rama Anom Kurniawan -- Johann Hari -- Benerson Little -- William Langewiesche -- Sam Bateman.

9780737746525 (hbk.) 0737746521 (hbk.) 9780737746532 (pbk.) 073774653X (pbk.)


Maritime terrorism.
Hijacking of ships.

HV6433.785 / .P57 2010