Maritime Security

Why should one ‘pay’ and ‘draw attention’ to specialization, in countering emerging threats such as international piracy?

Δημιουργηθηκε στις Κυριακή, 18 Μαρτίου 2012 22:01 Ημερομηνία Δημοσίευσης
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Maritime Policy

 International Piracy stands out as of prime importance to the emerging challenges that will have eventually to be dealt with by NATO member states. Member-states such as Greece hold a high interest and a high stake but also a duty to protect their national and multinational interests. Security training and ‘smart preparation’ for a ‘smart engagement’ at sea, may positively affect training and operations for future, naval land and air interoperable alliance components.

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International Maritime Security Today: Interview with Ioannis Chapsos in Balcananalysis.com

Δημιουργηθηκε στις Τρίτη, 15 Μαρτίου 2011 17:38 Ημερομηνία Δημοσίευσης
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A detailed interview with Commander Ioanis Chapsos (HN), on International Maritime Security.

The interview was provided to the BalcanAnalysis.com editor, Chris Deliso, during the 2nd International Conference that 'Strategy International' organized in Thessaloniki in Februry 2011.


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Financial Implications of Piracy

Δημιουργηθηκε στις Πέμπτη, 09 Δεκεμβρίου 2010 16:40 Ημερομηνία Δημοσίευσης
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The threat of piracy may be considered as being used to justify naval spending. In direct terms, this leads to an environment of increased naval activity that is potentially destabilizing, with greater numbers of aircraft, warships and submarines at sea, including in areas such as the seas of East Asia, where sovereignty disputes and bilateral tensions already exist.

By Efthymios Efthymiopoulos (MBA) Vice-President of Strategy International

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