Towards Good Order at Sea: African Experiences

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Thomas Mandrup, Francois Vre˙
AFRICAN SUN MeDIA, Mar 1, 2015 - Technology & Engineering - 281 pages
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The problems originating from the resultant “bad order at sea” can be directly felt on land, when smuggling, terrorism and related criminal activities operate more or less unhindered. The book provides an important mapping of the challenges preventing good order at sea off the African coast and East Africa in particular.  - Rear Admiral N. Wang, Commandant Royal Danish Defence College

 

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Contents

Introduction
5
Part 1
19
Part 2
96
Part 3
181
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