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Piracy Studies is a research portal for the study of contemporary maritime security and ocean governance that was active from 2010 to 2017. The core objective of the portal was to facilitate inter-disciplinary collaboration and make academic research on maritime security, blue economy and ocean governance available to a wider audience.

The portal published short research-based comments on contemporary developments or recent research results and provides a space for sharing academic resources. The portal was not for profit project and edited by a team of researchers that started to work on African piracy in 2009. The portal was hosted at Cardiff University, Wales, UK and the University of Seychelles, Anse Royale, Seychelles. In the past, the portal received sponsorship from the Economic and Social Research Council [grant ES/K008358/1]. The portal was edited by Prof. Christian Bueger and Jan Stockbruegger. It was discontinued in 2017. A new blog is now available at http://safeseas.net.

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  1. In 2012 I published a book entitled “Aviation & Maritime Security Intelligence”, which deals with issues of piracy among others, particularly in the Gulf of Aden and the Somali coast, which I sail through two to three times a year, and how the initial and parallel approaches should have been. Obviously it strongly underlines the important role of ‘intelligent’ intelligence in the process. Thought of bringing it to your attention for purposes of research and future conference participation if the topic is of interest.

    Sincerely yours;
    Hassan M. Eltaher, BA Pol. Sci., MBA Aviation Management
    Chief, Marine and Civil Aviation Security Intelligence (Ret.)
    Transport Canada
    +1(613)249-8308

  2. Dears,
    We, all Maritime professionals, admire and appreciate your great help to enhance maritime security by presenting a clear understanding about contemporary piracy. I am actually following all Dr. Christian Bueger’s works concerning piracy which help me a lot in my career as a Maritime security Expert. By the way, I am a lecturer at the Regional Maritime Security Institute , Arab Academy for Science&Technology and Maritime Transport.
    I believe that the three great member team mentioned above in this organisation will significantly contribute to maritime security and maritime industry as well.
    Best Regards
    Captain Maged Hassabou