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Risk of Maritime Radiological and Nuclear Trafficking By Small, Traditional and Unregistered Vessels


Year: 2022
Language: english
Author: Jay Benson
Genre: Research papers
Publisher: Stable Seas
Edition: March
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 46
Description: This report, produced with the assistance of the UNODC Global Maritime Crime Programme, examines the potential maritime radiological and nuclear trafficking risks posed by the multitude of small, traditional, and unregistered vessels plying the world’s oceans. The report specifically examines four geographic areas (Brazil, West Africa, the Red Sea, and Indonesia) to assess the risk these types of vessels pose for radiological and nuclear trafficking. It also proposes areas of potential policy prioritization that would increase maritime domain awareness around these kinds of vessels and mitigate the risk of their trafficking activity.

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