Maritime Security Briefings

Briefing

 

 

On this page, you will find our weekly Maritime Security Briefings (MSBs). Each MSB presents the opinion of the author on a recent event or issue that we consider worthwhile anlysing and commenting upon. Occasionally, we publish the opinions of colleagues in other universities and non-academic institutions. We keep the briefs, confined to essential information and opinion and invite you to share and discuss your on the issue with us and others.

 

 

 

Issue 1: Coastal Communities as Maritime Security Actors in Indonesia Author: Dr Ioannis Chapsos, Research Fellow in Maritime Security

Issue 2: Women at Sea: Is sea-blindness gendered? Author: Dr Lisa Otto, Research Associate in Maritime Security

Issue 3: Mapping Maritime Security: Towards a Small Island Developing State Perspective? Author: Dr James A. Malcolm, Research Fellow in Maritime Security

Issue 4: Bringing stakeholders together to improve collaboration in maritime security Author: Dr Lisa Otto, Research Associate in Maritime Security

Issue 5: IUU fishing in (South) Africa Author: Dr Ioannis Chapsos, Research Fellow in Maritime Security

Issue 6: Addressing Security Issues in the Maritime Areas of Common Concern Author: Dr. Math Noortmann, Prof. in Transnational Law and Non-State Actors

Issue 7: Migrants in the English Channel: The need for a realistic and holistic approach to maritime border management. Author: Dr James A. Malcolm, Research Fellow in Maritime Security

Issue 8: ‘Ground-breaking’ PSMA Comes Into Force Author: Dr. Lisa Otto

Issue 9: Traditional Responses to Contemporary Challenges Author: Dr Ioannis Chapsos, Research Fellow in Maritime Security

Issue 10: Will deep sea mining be the next frontier of maritime insecurity in Africa? Author: Maurice Beseng, PhD Candidate and Research Assistant

Issue 11: Danger at Sea: Seafarers and PTSD Author: Dr. Lisa Otto, Research Associate in Maritime Security

Issue 12: Enhancing UK Coastal Security: The need to look beyond vessel numbers Author: Dr James A. Malcolm, Research Fellow in Maritime Security