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Podcast: Expert Banter - Maritime Security with Corey Ranslem

Corey Ranslem, the CEO of Dryad Global joins Nathan Shnaider on the 'Expert Banter' podcast, for an insightful discussion on maritime security, with a special focus on the Middle East.

Red Sea Security Crisis Affects a Widening Swath of the Global Economy

The Houthi missile attacks in the Red Sea are causing a significant impact on maritime commerce, extending beyond liner shipping to wet bulk, dry bulk, car carriers, and LNG trades.

Have the Somali pirates and Al Shabab joined hands?

In a concerning development, Somali pirates, dormant for six years due to anti-piracy measures, are resurfacing, raising alarms for the international maritime community.

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The Maritime Implications of Indonesia’s Presidential Election

Indonesia, the world's third-largest democracy and largest Muslim-majority nation, faces a crucial presidential election on February 14.

Ukraine's Black Sea grain export success tested by Red Sea crisis

Ukraine has achieved a notable resurgence in Black Sea grain exports, reaching pre-invasion levels, despite facing a new challenge with the Red Sea shipping crisis.

The Iran-Israel war by proxy - opinion

In the midst of the familiar tumult in the Middle East, the current chaos has peaked, revealing distinct patterns and involved parties.

Why Conflict In Middle East Is Complicating India’s Maritime Security – Analysis

India's core maritime security objective, focused on deterring conflict and coercion at sea, faces significant complications due to evolving regional security dynamics.

Xi And The Red Sea: Protect Iran Or China’s Economy?

In the turbulent aftermath of a relentless US bombing campaign targeting Iranian proxies, striking over 85 locations in response to a fatal drone attack in Jordan, the specter of a regional..

Africa’s oceans could pay dearly for the Red Sea Crisis

The Red Sea crisis has escalated beyond its immediate impact on global trade, extending its tentacles into a broader environmental quandary.

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 5th Feb 2024

Access the latest Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 5th Feb 2024.

Marc Cuniberti commentary: Maritime piracy could spike inflation

In the midst of the ongoing Israeli conflict, the repercussions are beginning to resonate beyond the immediate theatre of war, posing a potential threat to global economic stability.