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Why the EU needs to be a global maritime security provider?

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27/01/2021 - On 25 January we launched the first pilot of the new Coordinated Maritime Presences (CMP) concept in the Gulf of Guinea...

MICA Center annual report on worldwide maritime piracy and robbery

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For the second consecutive year, the Maritime Information Cooperation & Awareness Center (MICA Center) publishes an annual review of maritime piracy and robbery events....

Africa’s prosperity is tied to its oceans and seas

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A major strength of Africa’s 2016 Lomé Charter on maritime security and development is its recognition that no country can singlehandedly prevent maritime...

Anti-piracy: NIMASA triumphs against 10 pirates

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Last week Thursday, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) in collaboration with the Nigerian Navy, foiled a pirate attack on a...
Pirat attack in the Gulf of Guinea

Seafarers Must Adapt to the Rapid Evolution of Piracy

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In two recent articles, Sea Piracy in 2025: Piracy 2.0? and Countering Gulf of Guinea Piracy Towards 2025 I tried to map out the...

The maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea and the SWAIMS project

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Ce numéro spécial de la revue "Le Journal du douanier francophone" donne la parole à Serge Rinkel, vice-président de l’AIDF (Association internationale des douaniers...
Pirat attack in the Gulf of Guinea

Countering Gulf of Guinea Piracy Towards 2025

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By François Morizur. In a recent article, I tried to foresee the form that piracy in the Gulf of Guinea could take over...

Sea Piracy in 2025: Piracy 2.0?

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by François Morizur. Pirates have demonstrated their ability to revise their modes of operation in response to maritime industry behavior and the responses...

Stable Seas: Gulf of Guinea

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Stable Seas: Gulf of Guinea explores the connections between maritime governance themes and security challenges, drawing on interviews conducted with experts and practitioners...