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Maritime Security: Ongoing U.S. Counterpiracy Efforts Would Benefit from Agency Assessments
Stephen L. Caldwell (au); Chris P. Currie (au)
Piracy and maritime crime continues to threaten ships off the Horn of Africa's east coast and in the Gulf of Guinea off Africa's west coast, putting seafarers in harm's way and costing governments and industry billions of dollars in ransom, insurance, and protective measures. Thetypes and causes of piracy and maritime crime, as well as the African states' ability to address the problem in the two regions, differ. To help U.S. agencies coordinate efforts, the Nat. Security Council Staff (NSCS) developed an interagency plan in 2008 to prevent, disrupt, and prosecute piracy off the Horn of Africa in collaboration with industry and international partners. This report: (1) assesses how piracy off the Horn of Africa has changed since a 2010 review, and describes U.S. efforts to assess its counterpiracy actions, given any changing conditions; and (2) identifies trends in piracy and maritime crime in the Gulf of Guinea and U.S. efforts to address them, and evaluates the extent to which the U.S. has assessed its counterpiracy efforts in the Gulf of Guinea. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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