26 Apr '11, 1pm

Presentation: "The Transnational Criminal Element to Piracy and Armed Sea Robbery Against Ships in South East Asia"

Presentation: "The Transnational Criminal Element to Piracy and Armed Sea Robbery Against Ships in South East Asia"

is a Senior Analyst with Risk Intelligence as well as a Visiting Fellow with the Centre for International Law, University of Singapore. His research and interests cover both conventional and unconventional maritime security issues in the East and West African region as well as South East Asia with emphasis on syndicated criminal organizations, piracy, and trafficking (arms, drugs, and human) tactics and organizations. Karsten has written extensively on both Somali piracy as well as maritime security issues in South East Asia and has also presented at a number of international conferences on piracy, transnational crime, maritime law, boundary delimitation, and naval issues. Karsten holds a Masters in Strategic Studies and is also currently completing his PhD. Karsten has also served temporary postings at the United Nations International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLO...

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