Countering piracy in the modern era notes from a RAND workshop to discuss the best approaches for dealing with piracy in the 21st century

In March 2009, the RAND Corporation convened a small group of experts from the U.S. government, allied partner nations, the maritime industry, and other academic organizations to discuss piracy in the modern era. The premise of the workshop was that reconsidering the underlying factors that drive ma...

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Main Author: Chalk, Peter
Corporate Author: National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)
Other Authors: Smallman, Laurence, Burger, Nicholas
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, CA RAND 2009, 2009
Series:Conference proceedings
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Collection: JSTOR Open Access Books - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:In March 2009, the RAND Corporation convened a small group of experts from the U.S. government, allied partner nations, the maritime industry, and other academic organizations to discuss piracy in the modern era. The premise of the workshop was that reconsidering the underlying factors that drive maritime piracy in the 21st century might provide valuable insights to decisionmakers and policymakers into how best to address the problem within the wider context of fostering greater order at sea. This document summarizes the main points and conclusions that emerged from the workshop; it should serve as a useful resource to workshop participants as well as others interested in understanding the challenges associated with maritime disorder, violence at sea, and piracy in particular
Physical Description:xiii, 7 pages
ISBN:9786612398636
9780833047939
1282398636
0833047930
9781282398634
6612398639