Ефимова Лариса Михайловна

МОРСКОЕ ПИРАТСТВО В ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНОЙ АЗИИ В 2005 Г

ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ, 2006, №9, 60-79

Рубрика: ОБЩЕРЕГИОНАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ

 
Аннотация: L.M. Efimova in her article marks that the total number of worldwide reported attacks dropped in 2005 to 276 compared to 329 in 2004. The drop is believed to be attributed to the increased awareness and anti piracy watches in risk prone areas, increase in law enforcement patrols and international pressure on some governments to act. Nevertheless Southeast Asia and especially Indonesia continued to record the highest number of attacks with 79 reported incidents. Though this is a drop from 94 attacks in 2004, Indonesia still accounts for nearly 30% of the worldwide incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships. The 2005 figures show a drop in the number of attacks in Malacca Straits, Malaysia and Thailand. Though the attack numbers have dropped, the international Maritime Bureau stress that many actual and attempted cases also go unreported. And as seen in the past, any let-up would see attacks quickly resume.

 
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Ключевые слова: ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ, МОРСКОЕ ПИРАТСТВО

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