A practical course in wooden boat and ship building by Richard M Van Gaasbeek

By Richard M Van Gaasbeek

Initially released at the eve of WWI, a pragmatic path in wood Boat and send development was once built to coach carpenters and different woodworkers within the sensible points of establishing a wood send.

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S. has advanced a number of collaborative measures to address transnational maritime security threats.

19. 31 Moreover, a reputation for piracy has the potential to damage the international standing of a trading country and could lead to a boycott of its port facilities. 8 trillion35 —is not, in fact, prohibitively onerous. Politically, piracy can play a pivotal role in undermining and weakening regime legitimacy by encouraging corruption among elected government officials. This has been a recurrent problem in Indonesia, where numerous shipping associations and maritime bodies decry the complicity of government officials and members of the security forces 31 One noteworthy case concerned the 1995 seizure of the Anna Sierra, which, when eventually discovered at the port of Bei Hei, was registered under the name Arctic Sea.

1 Moreover, the objectives of the two actors remain entirely distinct. The business of piracy is directly dependent on a thriving and active global shipping industry and is aimed at profit. 2 As Young and Valencia note, piracy is predicated on financial gain while terrorism is 1 Author interview with IMB, Kuala Lumpur, August 2006. 2 Author interviews with maritime experts and intelligence officials, Singapore, London, and Amsterdam, September 2005. 3 The above considerations notwithstanding, the possibility of a nexus emerging between piracy and terrorism has certainly informed the perceptions of governments, international organizations, and major shipping interests around the world.

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