Stable Seas, a program of One Earth Future, works with militaries, governments, and other partners around the world to eliminate the maritime activities that finance and facilitate organized political violence.
Stable Seas Initiatives
Maritime Terrorism Resource Portal
The Maritime Terrorism Resource Portal provides access to Stable Seas’ latest data, research and analysis on terrorism threats in the maritime domain and how this largely ungovernable space offers myriad possibilities for funding onshore violence.
The Stable Seas Maritime Security Index measures and maps nine maritime security issues. This tool highlights pressing maritime security challenges, transnational efforts to improve maritime governance, and the links connecting these issues to each other. The latest edition of the index covers 70 countries in Africa and Asia.
The acute cause of the fire remains unknown, but authorities have already identified the chemical stores that fueled such an unimaginable blast. The question is, what were 2,750 tons of dangerous ammonium nitrate doing in the port’s warehouses?
The information collected through unmanned aerial vehicles and satellites allows government officials to increase efficient resource allocation to areas threatened by illicit actors like insurgent groups, arms traffickers and human smugglers.