Maritime Issues in the Asia Essay

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Private vessels and cruisers have built a gap within the international provision for maritime security.

Conclusion

The maritime industry has been greatly been affected by the terrorist attacks. This is a different environment from the 9/11 attacks. However, there is no major credibility to the threats because they have little effect to the nation compared to land attacks. Research shows that the maritime attacks affect only the seaborne trade and movement of ships leaving lesser costs on the nation. The methods used to counter the threats are general although new standards are in place and every ship should meet its requirements. These measures have come up with raised costs in maritime security. There are extra charges that have been put in order to meet the rising costs in the region. It is notable that the maritime security is not getting enough funds compared to other security departments like Homeland Securities.

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Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Security in Maritime Transport: Risk Factors and Economic Impact, Paris: OECD, July 2003, p. 5

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Reference

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Security in Maritime

Transport: Risk Factors and Economic Impact, Paris: OECD, July 2003, p. 5

Rommel C. Banlaoi, 'Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia -- the Abu Sayyaf Threat', Naval

War College Review, Autumn 2005, Vol. 58, No. 4, pp. 63-80.

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