Modern Piracy
Legal Challenges and Responses
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Contents
Preface
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List ofabbreviations
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List ofcontributors
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Introduction: piracy, law and lawyers
Douglas Guilfoyle
PARTI
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CONTEXT
SoutheastAsia
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Piracy and armed robbery against ships in
Robert Beckman
Piracy offSomalia and counter-piracy
Douglas Guilfoyle
Petro-piracy: predation and counter-predation in Nigerian
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Responses to contemporary piracy: disentangling the
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efforts
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waters
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MartinN. Murphy
organizational
field
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ChrtstianBueger
PARTII PIRACYANDPUBLICLAW
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Piracy and the international law ofthe sea
TullioTreves
Capture and disruption operations: the use of force in
counter-piracy off Somalia
Andrew Murdoch and Douglas Guilfoyle
Initiating criminal proceedings with military force: some legal
aspects of policing Somali pirates by navies
Hàkan Friman and Jens Lind.borg
Reshaping maritime security cooperation: the importance of
interagency coordination at the national level
BrianWilson
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PARTIII PIRACYANDPRIVATELAW
10 International
ahd comparative regulation of private
maritime
security companies employed in
counter-piracy
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James Kraska
what is a pirate? A common raw answer to an age-old
Peter M acDonald Eg gers
question
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Insuranceprotectio:ragainstpiracy
Peter MacDonald Eggers
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CONCLUSIONS
14 Policy tensions and the legal regime
Douglas Guilfoyle
Index
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KeithMichel
PARTIV
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governing
piracy
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