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        High unemployment rate of Nigerian seafarers may fuel piracy attacks

        Stakeholders in the maritime industry have warned that with over 70 per cent of Nigerian seafarers out of job, there could be a spike in piracy attacks in the nation’s waters.

        Megayachts Run Low On Safe Harbors As Russia Sanctions Take Hold

        When the $325 million Amadea superyacht that’s been linked to Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov sailed into Fiji in April, the captain may have figured he had found a safe haven.  

        Libya suspends oil shipments from key port amid political crisis

        Libya’s state oil company suspended shipments from the key eastern port of Ras Lanuf, according to people familiar with the matter, amid a worsening political crisis in the OPEC member. The National..

        Deep Blue: NIMASA receives two UAS, nine boats, 10 armoured vehicles

        THE Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has taken delivery of additional mobile assets for enhanced maritime security under its Deep Blue project.

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 27th June

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 27th June 2022. 

        Groundhog day in Libya

        ‘Libya has two prime ministers. Again. Groundhog day,’ Anas El Gomati, Director of Libya’s Sadeq Institute think tank, tweeted recently. Once again, the chronically troubled country has two rival..

        Leviathan: China’s new navy

        With its new aircraft carrier, the Fujian, China is leapfrogging current military technologies to challenge the might of the US navy.  

        Broadening The Quad’s Appeal In The Indo-Pacific

        The wilderness years of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (the Quad), after its initial inception during the 2004 Asian tsunami, are over.

        China, Cambodia breaking ground on joint port project

        Cambodia denied again Tuesday that it will allow any Chinese military presence at a port where it and China are beginning an expansion this week that has prompted concern in the United States and..