End Game! An International Conference on Combating Piracy (Part 5)
Date of Event
September 6, 2013
End Game! An International Conference on Combating Policy Frederick K. Cox International Law Center Case Western Reserve University School of Law
For the moment pirate attacks are down, but piracy continues to present a major threat to world shipping. Even with greatly expanded patrolling by international navies and increased use of private security forces, there have been 48 pirate attacks, 448 seamen were held hostage by pirates, and global economic losses due to piracy topped 5 billion dollars in the last twelve months. Meanwhile, renewed political turmoil in Somalia and Yemen is sowing the seeds for a fresh generation of pirates with increasingly deadly tactics. This conference brings together two-dozen of the world's foremost counter-piracy experts to analyze the novel legal challenges and options related to this new phase in the fight against piracy.
Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
piracy; maritime piracy; international law; international criminal law; piracy and international law; maritime piracy and international law
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, "End Game! An International Conference on Combating Piracy (Part 5)" (2013). Conferences and Symposia. 401.