Jennifer Giroux, senior researcher at the Center for Security Studies, argues that Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore only began coordinating anti-piracy efforts in the Strait of Malacca after freight insurance premiums skyrocketed. The Strait – through which one quarter of the world’s traded goods are shipped – presents a good case study of regional cooperation in combating piracy. This podcast also discusses the lessons that can be learned for the Gulf of Aden and the Gulf of Guinea.
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