Maritime Security: Ongoing U.S. Counterpiracy Efforts Would Benefit From Agency Assessments

Maritime Security: Ongoing U.S. Counterpiracy Efforts Would Benefit From Agency Assessments

This report: (1) assesses how piracy off the Horn of Africa has changed since GAO's 2010 review, and describes U.S. efforts to assess its counterpiracy actions, given any changing conditions; and (2) identifies trends in piracy and maritime crime in the Gulf of Guinea and U.S. efforts to address them, and evaluates the extent to which the United States has assessed its counterpiracy efforts in the Gulf of Guinea.

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Type of Document:
Report
Subject:
Counter-piracy, Gulf of Guinea, Horn of Africa, Piracy, Trends
Region:
Somalia, West Africa
Author:
Government Accountability Office