Tag Archive for: "piracy"
The Beat

This week on The Beat, indigenous communities, piracy, remittance services closing, sport, calls for a greater transnational focus on organised crime and a former PM gets a rude shock on social media. Organised crime targeting …

The Beat

Welcome to the second instalment of The Beat, your weekly wrap-up of strategic policing and law enforcement news. This week we look at the latest policy ideas about how to combat daesh (IS), efforts to …

ASPI suggests

Headlining today’s round-up is a CTC Sentinel post by Andrew Zammit on new developments in Australian foreign fighter activity. Among the key changes, he notes that since November 2013 Australian fighters have preferred to fight …

Piracy down but not out

In some recent good news, the Piracy Reporting Centre (PRC) of the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) noted that the number of recorded sea piracy attacks worldwide was down by a third in the first quarter …

Africa and the Defence White Paper

For the first time, the most recent Defence White paper contained  multiple references to Africa, illustrating Australia’s growing interest and engagement with the continent. Australia is playing an active role in making Africa more secure …