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12/2/08UN Security Council Resolution 1846The fourth resolution in 2008 concerning the situation in Somalia. It extended for 12 months the permission for States and regional organizations cooperating with the TFG in the fight against piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia to enter into the territorial waters of Somalia for the purpose of repressing acts of piracy and armed robbery at sea, and to use, in a manner consistent with international law, all necessary means to do so. UN Security CouncilUN Security Council Resolution
2/1/09The Sunken Billions: The Economic Justification for Fisheries ReformA joint World Bank / Food and Agriculture Organization report estimates the loss of potential net economic benefit in the global fishery. It outlines six recommendations and argues that increased public awareness and understanding of the potential and actual flows of economic benefits can inform the political economy of reform and help leaders move toward socially responsible and sustainable fisheries underpinned by sound scientific advice. To view full report please click here.  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United NationsReport
3/1/09S/2009/146 - Report of the Secretary-General pursuant to Security Council resolution 1846Submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 1846 (2008), which requested the UN Secretary-General to report on ways to ensure the long-term security of international navigation off the coast of Somalia, including the security of World Food Programme maritime deliveries to Somalia, and a possible coordination and leadership role for the UN to counter piracy and armed robbery at sea off the coast of Somalia. UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
5/1/09UN Security Council Resolution 1872This resolution calls reaffirms that the Djibouti Agreement represents the basis for a resolution of the conflict in Somalia, and calls on all Somali parties to support the Djibouti Agreement.  UN Security CouncilUN Security Council Resolution
7/1/09S/2009/373 - Report of the Secretary-General on the situation in SomaliaReport submitted pursuant to the statement of the President of the Security Council of 31 October 2001 (S/PRST/2001/30), in which the Council requested the Secretary General to submit quarterly reports on the situation in Somalia. It focuses on political developments and also includes a review of the security situation in Somalia, and activities undertaken to promote peace and security in Somalia.  UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
9/1/09Congressional Research Service: Piracy off the Horn of Africa (2009) A report by the United States Congressional Research Service containing information about the background and impact of piracy off the Horn of Africa, U.S. and international policy responses, and issues and policy options for the U.S Congress. Congressional Research ServiceReport
11/1/09UN Security Council Resolution 1897Following previous resolutions concerning the situation in Somalia, especially resolutions 1814 (2008), 1816 (2008), 1838 (2008), 1844 (2008), 1846 (2008), and 1851 (2008), this resolution contains information about efforts by the international community to counter Somali piracy. It also renews the provisions allowing international navies to operate in Somali waters for another 12 months. UN Security CouncilUN Security Council Resolution
1/1/10UN Security Council Resolution 1910 Authorizes the Member States of the African Union to maintain AMISOM for another year until 31 January 2011.   UN Security CouncilUN General Assembly Resolution
1/1/10S/2009/684* - Report of the Secretary-General on SomaliaThis report submitted by the UN Secretary-General to the UN Security Council provides an update on major developments in Somalia, and assesses the political, security, human rights and humanitarian situation, as well as progress made in implementing the three-phased incremental approach set out in the April 2009 report by the UN Secretary-General. It also covers the operational activities of the United Nations and the international community’s counter-piracy efforts.  View publication UN Secretary GeneralUN Secretary-General Report
1/8/10Report of the Secretary-General on SomaliaThe present report is submitted pursuant to the statement by the President of the Security Council of 31 October 2001 (S/PRST/2001/30), in which the Council requested me to submit reports at least every four months on the situation in Somalia and the efforts to promote the peace process, as well as to operative paragraph 13 of Security Council resolution 1872 (2009), in which the Council requested me to take the steps identified in paragraphs 82 to 86 of my report of 16 April 2009 (S/2009/210) and to report on progress. The present combined report provides an update on major developments in Somalia since my reports of 20 July 2009 (S/2009/373) and 2 October 2009 (S/2009/503), and assesses the political, security, human rights and humanitarian situation, as well as progress made in implementing the three-phased incremental approach set out in my April 2009 report. It also covers the operational activities of the United Nations and the international community’s counter-piracy efforts further to my report of 13 November (S/2009/590). UN Secretary GeneralUN Document

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