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Stable Seas: Bay of Bengal

Year: 2020
Language: english
Author: Jay Benson
Genre: Research papers
Publisher: Stable Seas & One Earth Future
Edition: January
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 108
Description: Stable Seas: Bay of Bengal examines maritime security and governance in the Bay of Bengal across nine issue areas including the blue economy, coastal welfare, rule of law, piracy and armed robbery, illicit trades, maritime mixed migration, fisheries, maritime enforcement capacity, and international cooperation. The report looks at progress being made across these issue areas as well as the challenges that remain to sustainable maritime security in the region. It also suggests several areas of policy prioritization that could have positive impacts across issue areas and help establish a self-reinforcing, positive cycle of maritime security in the Bay of Bengal.



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