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  1. Drop in sea piracy, armed robbery in Asian waters | Video
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    Drop in sea piracy, armed robbery in Asian waters | Video

    Cases of piracy and armed robbery in Asian waters have seen a big drop in the first three months of the year, but a regional anti-piracy body says ...
  2. Insight FY2021 Ep3
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    Ep 3: Piracy In Southeast Asia

    With COVID-19 outbreak taking its toll on the world economies, will that lead to the resurgence of pirate attacks in the region?
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    Ep 1: Resurrecting The Diana

    Artist Farizwan Fajari journeys through the murky waters of Singapore’s past to resurrect the Diana, the first armed steamship sent in 1837 to ...
  4. Sea robbery incidents in Singapore Strait double in first half of 2020 | Video
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    Sea robbery incidents in Singapore Strait double in first half of 2020 | Video

    There were more than 50 incidents of piracy and armed robbery in Asian waters during the first half of 2020. That's nearly double the number in ...
  5. A fishing boat is inundated following high winds off the coast of Thailand's Narathiwat province.

    Commentary: COVID-19 is accelerating maritime insecurity in Southeast Asia

    Non-state actors are exploiting the health crisis and perceived weakening of state capacity to heighten domestic violence, says an observer.
  6. Straits of Singapore

    Sea robbery incidents in Singapore Strait double in first half of 2020

  7. Singapore port shipping containers economy

    Commentary: COVID-19 makes waves for international shipping

    The COVID-19 pandemic, the slump in global trade and the current collapse in oil prices are having a profound impact on international shipping — ...
  8. Coast guards patrol the Malacca Straits. (

    Commentary: A cat-and-mouse game between pirates and Southeast Asian maritime security authorities

    Despite stepped-up law enforcement in Southeast Asia’s seas, today’s pirates are one step ahead of authorities, says Eric Frécon.