Stable Seas Publications

Yaounde Code of Conduct Informational Brief

Gauging Maritime Security in West and Central Africa

The Yaoundé Architecture is a critical piece of the maritime security picture in West and Central Africa, resulting from the regionally-led Code of Conduct Concerning the Repressing of Piracy, Armed Robbery against Ships, and illicit Maritime Activity in West and Central Africa, also known as the Yaoundé Code of Conduct.

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Violence At Sea and Maritime Terrorism

Violence at Sea: How Terrorists, Insurgents, and Other Extremists Exploit the Maritime Domain

Sea blindness—the failure to acknowledge or recognize the importance of the maritime domain to both society and the economy—can pose a significant threat to state security. This report outlines the extent to which 43 terrorist organizations are active in the maritime space for the purpose of financing and facilitating their political objectives.

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ASEAN maritime security brief

Addressing Maritime Security in Southeast Asia

ASEAN has a vital role to play in Southeast Asian maritime security. This policy brief measures and maps nine aspects of maritime security across ASEAN states.

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BIMSTEC Asian Maritime Report

A Collaborative Approach to Improving Maritime Security in the Bay of Bengal: Highlighting Opportunities for BIMSTEC

This policy brief maps and measures threats to maritime security across the Bay of Bengal region, as well as the efforts to counter them. The Index was created to assist in implementing and evaluating regionally-focused maritime security strategies, such as those of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC).

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State of Piracy 2019 report

State of Maritime Piracy 2019

The State of Maritime Piracy 2019 marks the tenth year that One Earth Future Foundation has assessed the human cost of maritime piracy.

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Djibouti Code Of Contact Brief

Measuring Maritime Security in the Western Indian Ocean Region

A new report provides a tool for Djibouti Code of Conduct signatories to measure maritime security improvements on maritime security in the Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden .

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Piracy and Organized Crime at sea

What We Know About Piracy

A new report on how data on piracy and armed robbery is collected, what information on piracy is available, and which organizations are analyzing data.

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Stable Seas in Gulf of Guinea

Stable Seas: Gulf of Guinea

Stable Seas: Gulf of Guinea explores the connections between maritime governance themes and security challenges, tracking the links between crime, coastal development, and violence.

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A Pathway to Policy Change: Improving Philippine Fisheries, Blue Economy, and Maritime Law Enforcement in the Sulu and Celebes Seas

Policy recommendations for Improving Philippine fisheries, blue economy, and maritime law enforcement in the Sulu and Celebes seas.

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Maritime Security in the Bay of Bengal

Stable Seas: Bay of Bengal

Maritime security challenges and opportunities facing the Bay of Bengal including piracy, fisheries, trafficking, migration, and international cooperation.

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