In June of 2018, One Earth Future (OEF) decommissioned the Oceans Beyond Piracy program marking our departure from a specific focus on maritime piracy. However, OEF remains dedicated to improving governance mechanisms and undermining the drivers of conflict both at sea and ashore through its other programs and initiatives.
|2/27/15||OBP Welcomes the Release of Remaining FV Prantalay-12 Hostages
OBP welcomes the news of the release of the remaining four Thai crew members of the FV Prantalay 12 on 25 February 2015, 1,774 days after being taken hostage by pirates off the coast of Somalia.
Originally taken on 18 April 2010, the Taiwanese (Province...
|1/29/16||Ian Urbina of the New York Times Follows Up on Murder at Sea
Ian Urbina of the New York Times has just released a story that provides further analysis on the victims that appear in the "Murder at Sea" video featured in his...
|6/23/16||VRAs: Traffic, Threat, & Response Awareness
The establishment of the new MDAT-GOG reporting "network" in the Gulf of Guinea and the associated changes to UKHO chart Q6114, have raised odd questions about the definitions and purpose of risk and reporting areas associated with maritime piracy. In general terms,...
|7/11/16||Somali Perspectives on Piracy and Illegal Fishing
Discussions of Somali piracy typically have focused on how piracy has affected the international community, but have rarely incorporated the local perspective. OBP conducted a series of interviews along the...