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        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..

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 20th June

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 20th June 2022. 

        US Navy reports ‘unsafe’ encounter with Iran’s Guards in Strait of Hormuz

        The US Navy said Tuesday its forces had a tense encounter with Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard in the strategic Strait of Hormuz.

        Emerging technology gives first ever global view of hidden vessels

        Global Fishing Watch has developed and publicly released the first ever global map of previously undetected dark fleets, or vessels that do not broadcast their location or appear in public monitoring..

        Pirates strike Pemex oil platform

        A group of ten armed men has reportedly carried out another heist in the Gulf of Mexico, taking equipment, tools, materials and other items from a Campeche Bay oil platform owned by the Mexican state..

        How illegal fishing off Cameroon’s coast worsens maritime security

        In Cameroon there is growing awareness that there’s a direct relationship between illegal and unregulated activity in the fisheries sector, and maritime security in the waters off the country’s coast.

        Bridge Watch with Corey Ranslem: Welcome to Dryad Global!

        Welcome to Bridge Watch, our new weekly vlog series with Dryad Global CEO Corey Ranslem.

        Stemming the tide of piracy in Southeast Asia

        The International Chamber of Commerce published a new report on piracy and armed robbery against ships early this year.

        Removing Russian Sea Mines Near Key Ukraine Ports Could Take Months

        Removing sea mines near Ukraine’s key ports could take months, and hundreds of seafarers are still stranded in the region following Russia’s invasion of the country, according to the United Nations..