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Shipping supply chains in Asia are being tested by global crises

In recent years, global maritime supply chains have faced numerous disruptions, challenging their resilience.

EU-Seychelles accord could slow Indian Ocean drug trade

In October 2023, Seychelles and the European Union (EU) reached a pivotal agreement allowing the transfer of suspected drug and weapons traffickers from EU Naval Force to Seychelles for prosecution.

How the Indian Navy has become the first responder against piracy

The Indian Navy has demonstrated its swift and effective response to piracy by rescuing crew members from the hijacked Bulgarian ship MV Ruen and apprehending 35 pirates off the coast of Somalia.

Managing global supply chains in a turbulent world

Since the onset of Covid-19 four years ago, the disruption to global supply chains has been a constant challenge.

Maritime Security Architecture and Western Indian Ocean: India’s Stakes

In the wake of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden have become focal points due to escalating attacks by Yemen's Houthi rebels on merchant ships since November 2023.

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.

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.

The Biden administration is seeing its Middle East policies collapsing

In response to the Israel-Gaza conflict, the Biden administration prioritised containing the turmoil within Gaza to maintain regional stability.

Middle East: Implications for maritime transportation and supply logistics

The commander of the U.S. Navy in the Middle East is pitching more countries in the region to use more unmanned systems to counter criminal activities and possible terrorist and military threats off..

U.S.-Led Multinational Partnership Launches New Task Force for Maritime Security Training in Middle East

The U.S.-led multinational partnership, Combined Maritime Forces (CMF), established a new task force May 22 that will train partner navies and improve operational capabilities to enhance maritime..