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Maritime Security: Counter-Terrorism Lessons from Maritime Piracy and Narcotics Interdiction

Maritime Security: Counter-Terrorism Lessons from Maritime Piracy and Narcotics Interdiction
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Publisher : IOS Press
Total Pages : 266
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ISBN-10 : 9781643680897
ISBN-13 : 1643680897
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Book Synopsis Maritime Security: Counter-Terrorism Lessons from Maritime Piracy and Narcotics Interdiction by : E.R. Lucas

Download or read book Maritime Security: Counter-Terrorism Lessons from Maritime Piracy and Narcotics Interdiction written by E.R. Lucas and published by IOS Press. This book was released on 2020-08-04 with total page 266 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: It can be easy to forget the critical role that maritime transport plays in the global economy, but international maritime transportation is still responsible for around 90% of global trade. Protecting the maritime infrastructure essential for this trade from terrorism is a major concern for the international community. This book originates from the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) Counter-Terrorism Lessons from Maritime Piracy and Narcotics Interdiction, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in May 2019. Participants in the three-day workshop included policymakers, senior military officers, and academics from NATO member states, international organizations, and two partner nations: Colombia and Israel. Their extensive discussions focused on methods for protecting critical maritime infrastructure, such as ports, supplies, and personnel, from seaborne terrorist attacks. Presentations and roundtables also addressed the human and social factors that contribute to the defense against terrorism in the maritime domain. The book is divided into three sections: organized crime and narcotrafficking; maritime piracy; and terrorism, and aims to bridge the gaps between these three substantive areas of maritime security research. These have remained largely separate areas of research in the past, with the result that valuable maritime security lessons from counter-piracy and counter-narcotics operations have not been fully incorporated into counter-terrorism best practice. The book facilitates the transmission of lessons learned from counter-piracy and counter-narcotic operations to formulate recommendations for best practice and technological innovations to manage maritime terrorism, and will be of interest to all those working in the field.


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