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New 2nd Edition Now Available!
The threat of maritime terrorism threat is still very real and, unfortunately, growing in its complexity….
The anthology Modern Piracy and Maritime Terrorism: The Challenge of Piracy for the 21st Century provides a balanced, insightful, and thought-provoking journey that exposes the reader to many different perspectives on maritime terrorism. The new second edition includes hypothetical and real life maritime attack and hostage scenarios that prepare the reader for a variety of possible attacks and will help them deal with the aftermath of the event and enable a more rapid recovery.
Edited by M. R. Haberfeld, Agostino von Hassell, and Andrew B. Brown, Modern Piracy and Maritime Terrorism: The Challenge of Piracy for the 21st Century combines the writings of piracy and terrorism practitioners ultimately bringing an insightful approach to the counter-maritime terrorism response.
Modern Piracy and Maritime Terrorism: The Challenge of Piracy for the 21st Century:
- Includes readings that represent a wide range of time lines and situations that brought about the actions of the actors involved in the maritime attacks and the possible responses to their criminal activities.
- Features four revised chapters, three original contributions, and three reprinted works.
- Describes how democratic countries around the world will need to deal with piracy in the very near future, before the waterfall will cascade into too many, serious impact bearing directions.
Operational, Legal, and Policy Challenges
By M. R. Haberfeld and Agostino von Hassell
II. Definitional, Perceptional, and Conceptual Hurdles
1. The Unwanted Challenge
By Martin N. Murphy
2. The Challenges of Modern Piracy
By Peter Brookes
3. What Makes Piracy Work?
By Virginia Lunsford
III. The Real Threat
1. Armed Robbery and Piracy in Southeast Asia
By Jane Shan and Joshua Ho
2. Terrorism’s Effect on Maritime Shipping
By Roger L. Tomberlin
3. The Overstated Threat
By Commander John Patch
4. The Threat to the Maritime Domain: How Real Is the Terrorist Threat?
By Rohan Gunaratna
IV. Interoperability versus Support Systems on Land
1. Legal Interoperability Issues in International Cooperation Measures to Secure Maritime Commons
By Craig H. Allen and Charles H. Stockton
2. International Cooperation in Securing the Maritime Commons
By Vice Admiral Lutz Feldt
3. “Feral Cities—Pirate Havens”
By Lieutenant Commander Matthew M. Frick
V. Legal and Policy Challenges
1. Piracy, Policy, and Law
By Commander James Kraska
2. Drawing Lines in the Sea
By Lieutenant Timothy A. Martin
3. Piracy, Law of the Sea, and the Use of Force; Developments Off the Cost of Somalia
By Tullio Treves
4. Fighting Piracy
By Commander James Kraska and Captain. Brian Wilson
VI. Piracy and Maritime Terrorism—Hot Spots
1. Countering Maritime Terrorism in the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean: Implications of Possible Maritime Terrorism in the Caribbean
By Lieutenant Colonel Colin L. Mitchell
2. Russia, Pirates, and Maritime Terrorism
By Serguei Cheloukhine and Charles A. Lieberman
3. Maritime Terrorism at the Horn of Africa: Introduction
By Michael C. Walker
3.1 Pirates and Al-Shabbab in Somalia
By Michael C. Walker
3. 2 Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen
By Michael C. Walker
VII. Real Life and Hypothetical Scenarios – Preparedness and Response
1. Robots in the Age of Pirates
By Russell Belden, James Hasik and James Soon
2. Maritime Negotiations: A Critical Perspective
By Andrew B. Brown
3. The Global Threat of Maritime Terrorism: The Case of San Francisco
By Cathy Cahill
4. Maritime Terrorism
By LCDR Akash Chaturvedi
VIII. Future Considerations and Concerns
1. Maritime Terrorism: Risk and Liability
By Michael D. Greenberg, Peter Chalk, Henry H. Willis, Ivan Khilko, and David S. Ortiz
2. Criminological Theories and the Problems of Modern Piracy
By Jon Shane and Charles A. Lieberman
3. Lessons Learned and Projections for the Future
By Agostino von Hassell and M. R. Haberfeld