Piracy on the high seas /

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[ 01. English Non Fiction ] Authors: Berlatsky, Noah. Series: At issue. International politics. Published by : Greenhaven Press, (Detroit :) Physical details: 127 p. ; 24 cm. Subject(s): Maritime terrorism. | Hijacking of ships. | Piracy. Year : 2010 01. English Non Fiction Item type : 01. English Non Fiction
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Bluefield High School 364.164 PIR Available

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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