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Modi calls for respect for global maritime norms
Jagran Post

Modi calls for respect for global maritime norms

"All have responsibility that we follow international law and norms on maritime issues as we do in realm of air," Modi told leaders of southeast Asian nations at the 12th India-ASEAN summit here in the Myanmarese capital. Though Modi did not name any country ... Jagran Post, 2 months ago
Act East Policy. Observer India, 3 weeks ago
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Kazinform

Kazakh President amends laws on audit completion under International Maritime Organization

ASTANA. KAZINFORM - Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed the law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On amendments and additions to certain legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on completion of an audit under the International ...
 Kazinform1 week ago

US Federal Business Opportunity: Department of State: Regional Maritime Enforcement Advisor

Agency: Department of State Office: Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Location: Grants, Acquisitions, Procurement and Policy Division (INL/RM/GAPP) Date you need to respond by: 20-January-2015 Solicitation Number: ...
 ITbriefing2 weeks ago
World Maritime News

Seafarers International Union of Canada Warns of CETA Maritime Provisions

The Seafarers International Union of Canada reported that it is raising the alarm to inform Canadians that the Maritime provisions of the Canadian-European Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) could result in an open door of entry for ...
 Individual.com1 week ago SIU Canada: CETA Poses Security Threats  World Maritime News2 weeks ago Conservative Government Could Facilitate Terrorists' Entry into Canada  Individual.com2 weeks ago Canadian Seafarers Union Weighs in on CETA  Marine Link2 weeks ago
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IMB expresses concern over the decision to compensate Somali pirates

The International Maritime Bureau, along with other maritime organisations, has expressed concern over the decision to compensate convicted Somali pirates because they have been responsible for taking hostage thousands of seafarers, who were ...
 Logistics Guru2 weeks ago
National Interest

Phl's arbitration case vs China shows options in sea row

By turning to international arbitration to define its maritime entitlements in the South China Sea, Manila has shown there are options to resolve territorial disputes other than lopsided negotiations where mighty nations lord over small ones. ...
 Yahoo Philippines News2 weeks ago Maritime Insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea: A Greater Role for China?  Jamestown Foundation2 weeks ago Brewing dispute in South China Sea  Korea Times2 weeks ago China tries to pacify Vietnam over the South China Sea dispute  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago

India, Vietnam going in the right direction

The reasoned Indian stance has been that any disputes must be resolved in accordance with international law and while ensuring that maritime lanes are kept free and tranquil for commerce The reasoned Indian stance has been that any disputes must be resolved ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
Moneycontrol.com

Asia maritime piracy attacks rise to 75% of global total

A There were 183 actual and attempted piracy and robbery of ships in Asian waters last year, against 150 in 2013, a intergovernmental anti-piracy group told shipping industry and law enforcement personnel on Wednesday. This put Asia's share of ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago 2014 Annual IMB Piracy Report  All About Shipping1 week ago Asia Maritime Piracy Attacks Now 75% of Global Total  Irrawaddy1 week ago IMB: Asia Maritime Piracy Attacks on the Rise  Marine Link1 week ago
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World Maritime News

Piracy figures down sharply, but good statistics mask a serious problem.

A report by the International Maritime Bureau launched today shows a remarkable drop in Somali-based piracy, falling from 236 incidents in 2011 to just 11 in 2014. The fall indicates that the military operation combined with industry best ...
 Noodls1 week ago Falling Piracy Figures Hide Worrying Trends  World Maritime News1 week ago
Maritime Professional

Dr. Doumbia-Henry appointed new WMU President

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the World Maritime University (WMU) have announced the appointment of a new President to head the University. Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, who has dual Dominican and Swiss nationality, is ...
 All About Shipping1 week ago Dr. Doumbia-Henry Named WMU President  Maritime Professional1 week ago
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