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Maritime Counter  - Terrorism : A Pan-Asian Perspective
Maritime Counter - Terrorism : A Pan-Asian Perspective

Maritime Counter - Terrorism : A Pan-Asian Perspective

by Swati Parashar

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English

Publisher

Pearson Longman

ISBN

8131704041 - Year: 2008 - Pages: 218

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Hardcover

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Author: Swati Parashar
Translator(s)/ Edito: Swati Parashar
Publisher: Pearson Longman
Year: 2008
Language: English
Pages: 218
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8131704041

Description

Even before the 9/11, terrorist strikes in the USA, intelligence and counter-terrorism agencies of the world had been concerned over the likelihood of acts of maritime terrorism directed at international trade, and particularly energy supplies. Instances of sea-piracy in the Malacca Straits and Arabian Sea in the recent past have added to the international community

Contents


Foreword by
B. Raman

Acknowledgements


PART 1:
ASSESSING VULNERABILITIES AND CAPABILITIES
Maritime Counter-Terrorism: Navies of the world, Unite
Madhvendra Singh
Air Power and Maritime Counter-Terrorism
Jasjit Singh
The role of the Army in Maritime Counter-Terrorism
V. P. Malik
Maritime counter-Terrorism and Intelligence
Vikram Sood
The Role of the Police in Maritime Counter-Terrorism
J. N. Roy


PART 2:
THREAT PERCEPTION IN SOUTH ASIA
Chaos in the Littorals: an Overview of South Asia
Vijay Sakhuja
Maritime Counter-Terrorism: An Indian Perspective
R. S. Vasan
Threat Perception in Bangladesh
M. Afsarul Qader
Threat Perception in Sri Lanka
T. S. G. Samarasinghe


PART 3:
THREAT PERCEPTION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
Myanmar’s Perspective
Kyi Oo
Thailand’s Perspective
Suriya Pornsuriya
Singapore’s Perspective
Joshua Ho
Malaysia’s Perspective
Iskandar Sazlan
Indonesia’s Perspective
Robert Mangindaan


PART 4:
THREAT PERCEPTION IN AUSTRALIA
AND EAST ASIA
Maritime counter-Terrorism: The Australian Perspective
Aldo Borgu
Maritime Security and Sea Terrorism:
The Chinese Perspective
Ouyang Liping
International Cooperation in Maritime Counter-Terrorism:
The Japanese Perspective
Sumihiko Kawamura


PART 5:
ACTORS TO WATCH
Piracy, Armed Robbery and Terrorism at Sea
Jayant Abyankar
Maritime Terrorism Capabilities of the Sea
Tigers of Sri Lanka
R. Sridhar


PART 6:
CRITICAL EVALUATION
Primary Considerations in Maritime Counter-Terrorism
John McFarlane
The Global and the Regional Dynamics in Maritime
Counter-Terrorism
John Brandon


About the Editor and the Contributors

Index

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