Somali piracy, 2002 - 2011 : the convergence of routine activity theory and regulatory pluralism
Maritime piracy off the coast of Somalia was first recognised as a global concern in 2008 after the hijackings of World Food Programme vessels. It remains a serious impediment to international maritime trade and a significant risk to seafarers. This thesis analyses Somali piracy from the perspectives of Routine Activity Theory and regulatory pluralism. The supply of motivated offenders is all but guaranteed by a number of persistent factors. Somalia has suffered almost a quarter century of...[Show more]
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