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Title:Towards good order at sea: African experiences
Editors:Vre˙, FrancoisISNI
Mandrup, ThomasISNI
Year:2015
Pages:281
Language:English
City:Stellenbosch
Publisher:Sun Media
ISBN:1920689583; 9781920689582; 1920689591; 9781920689599
Geographic term:Africa
Subjects:piracy
regional security
international cooperation
Abstract:Historically, Africa's strategic outlook has been continental - there has been a tradition of neglect of the seas surrounding it. This neglect has led to a general lack of jurisdiction and enforcement capacity to secure safety in Africa's littoral waters. Particularly in coastal states suffering from political instabilities, illegal, criminal and subversive groups of various kinds and backgrounds have been able to expand their activities to offshore areas. This collective volume draws attention to the sharp rise of maritime insecurity in Africa's oceans. The book focuses on achieving good order at sea, viewing the piracy experience as a learning opportunity. Issues addressed include aspects of private security, the position of landlocked countries, coastal development, regional cooperation and the importance of leadership. Contributions: Introduction (Francois Vre˙ & Thomas Mandrup). Part I. The anti-piracy experience. 2. Good order at sea: revisiting the imperative (Geoffrey Till); 3. After piracy: towards an African maritime security architecture (Christian Bueger); 4. What piracy did for good order at sea: a perspective on lessons learned (Pieter Brits & Michelle Nel); 5. UNCLOS and good order at sea: a normative framework (Paul Musili Wambua). Part 2. From anti-piracy to good order at sea off Africa: selected debates. 6. The 2050 African Integrated Maritime Strategy (AIMS): content and progress (Johan Potgieter & Timothy Walker); 7. Order at sea and landlocked countries in Africa: economic benefits (John Paul Dunne); 8. Opportunities and challenges of coastal development with the advent of globalisation in Tanzania (Huruma Luhuvilo Sigalla); 9. Good order at sea: is piracy a threat to fisheries? (Paul Onyango); 10. Good order at sea: frameworks for cooperation off East Africa (Thomas Mandrup & Johannes Nordby). Part 3. Perspectives on regional contributions to good order at see off Africa. 11. Good order at sea off West Africa (Francois Vre˙); 12. Ensuring the SADC maritime interest through good order at sea (Mark Blaine & Joe Sinovich); 13. Leadership and political will - crucial for maritime security in East Africa (Thean Potgieter); 14. Conclusions (Francois Vre˙). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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