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Offshore Lebanon will the Levant Basin be a blessing or a curse?

Government delays, ongoing maritime border disputes and geopolitical instability have marred Lebanon's bid to exploit its share of the gas-rich Levant Basin. But with the government keen to create supply security for its energy-poor nation, can ... Offshore Technology, 1 day ago

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Eurasia Review

Border security stepped up ahead of Obama visit

Security has been stepped up along the international border between India and Pakistan in view of U.S. President Barack Obamas visit to India for this years Republic Day celebrations.... ...
 24Dunia1 month ago China's New Great Game: Pakistan Eager To Sell Out Analysis  Eurasia Review4 days ago US-India Joint Strategic Vision for AsiaPacific and Indian Ocean Region  Observer India3 weeks ago With Obama's visit, Indo-US ties turn over a new leaf  Livemint.com4 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

US Needs To Secure Maritime Ports By Securing Network Ports OpEd

By By Riley Walters* Maritime connectedness continues to be a key asset for U.S. economic and strategic interests. Threats to port and vessel network systems have long been overshadowed by concerns about kinetic attacks and supply-chain security.
 Eurasia Review4 days ago

Beefing up Bay security

The international courts' verdicts over disputes with India and Myaninar have made the maritime boundary crucially vital for Bangladesh, an overpopulated country with scarce resources. The Bay of Bengal has now offered new opportunities for the ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago
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China's nine-dash line Interpretation Heats Up with US Study

The US State Department's analysis of China's nine-dash line, which it released in advance of China's Position Paper on the South China Sea arbitration case with the Philippines, is in part conceptually and legally flawed. We were ...
 Economy Watch1 month ago Maritime Insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea: A Greater Role for China?  Jamestown Foundation1 month ago Maritime Engagement Strategies Of Japan And China Towards Southeast Asia: An Indonesian Perspective Analysis  Eurasia Review2 months ago China-Iran Military Relations at a Crossroads  Jamestown Foundation3 weeks ago

IN BRIEF - Chilean and Peruvian Fishermen make negative statements about The Hague decision

On both sides of the border, fishermen make negative statements about the consequences left by the verdict of the International Court of Justice. A year ago, the The Hague Court ruled that the maritime boundary between Chile and Peru started in ...
 Fish Information & Services1 month ago

Sri Lanka, India exchange fishermen at maritime border

(Colombo, Lankapuvath) - It is reported that Sri Lanka and India has exchanged the fishermen who were detained in each other's jails for trespassing into their territorial waters. The first such exchange in this year after the new Sri Lankan ...
 Lankapuvath1 month ago

India revenue up; border tension with Pakistan key risk, says HSBC

LONDON: Facing a worldwide probe for alleged lapses at its Swiss unit, HSBC today said its revenue and profits rose in India last year even as it reported a 17 per cent fall in global profits for 2014. HSBC said its India revenue rose by 10 per ...
 Economic Times5 days ago

Armed Forces of Malta looking to expand Maritime Squadron's assets

Friday, 20 February 2015, 09:51 Last update: about 3 minutes ago The Armed Forces of Malta's long-range off shore-patrol boat - the Diciotti Class P-61 - is struggling to keep up with the demands that are being ...
 Malta Independent Daily1 week ago The world's biggest countries without armed forces  Army Technology1 week ago

Frontline teams 'unaware' of wildlife smuggler tactics

Front-line transport workers largely lack awareness on how criminal networks disguise illegal wildlife products, it emerged at a summit inBangkok. Customs officials and wildlife trade experts say that educating freight forwarders and handlers of ...
 Eco-Business2 weeks ago 'Low awareness' about wildlife trade  BBC3 weeks ago
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