Somali piracy and the international response besides being unsustainable from a logistical standpoint the heightened military response to the pirate attacks probably wont work because it doesnt address the root causes of this menace to maritime security. The international response to somali piracy ranges from media coverage throughout the world to donor conferences to generate financial sources to invest in state building initiatives in. The international response to somali piracy presents a comprehensive treatment of the international response to somali piracy exploring current initiatives to counter the piracy threat both operationally and legally moreover the book analyzes the regional and broader international context within which these initiatives are taken and . As piracy become more and more recognized as a security problem by policy makers and in response to the high media attention the international community started to legitimize counter piracy measures off the coast of somalia in order to safeguard the vital shipping line through the gulf of aden. Piracy off the coast of somalia has been a threat to international shipping since the second phase of the somali civil war citation needed around 2000 when foreign ships exploited the coastline area because of the absence of an effective national coast guard by invading the fishing grounds and also dumping illegal waste that would further diminish the local catch
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