Contemporary Piracy and Maritime Terrorism: The Threat to International Security (Adelphi Paper 338). This is a global view of contemporary piracy and maritime terrorism, now of course a major factor in the planning for exercise of maritime commerce, transport and security. The first chapter, which includes case material, looks at the causes, methods, aims and cost of contemporary piracy. The second deals with the aims, methods and participating parties of maritime terrorism, and the final section discusses means of dealing with the threats and assessing vulnerability. With source notes.
Contemporary Piracy and Maritime Terrorism
AuthorsMurray, Martin N.