|4/26/16||Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea: No Justice for Seafarers - Video||Video|
|2/13/18||Can Somalia's Fishing Industry Keep Pirates Out of Business?||Video|
|4/26/16||Counter-Piracy in SE Asia: The Search for the Orkim Harmony - Video||Video|
|5/1/17||Piracy Restarts in Somali Maritime Region||Video|
|11/12/13||Is it Okay to Kill Pirates?|
In 2012 Denmark changed the legislation concerning armed guards on board ships. The new legislation made it legal to employ private security agencies and suddenly exposed a legal minefield: When are the guards allowed to shoot? And what happens after they have fired shots?
|5/1/17||Sustaining the Effort: Combatting Somali Piracy||Video|
|7/2/13||Human Cost of Piracy 2012 Author Kaija Hurlburt on Al Jazeera|
One of the study's lead authors of the Human Cost of Maritime Piracy, Kaija Hurlburt, discusses the impact of piracy on seafarers with John Steed from the UN Assistance Mission - Somalia and Roy Paul from the Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Programme.