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U.S. Navy hack event encourages innovation in maritime security

More than 500 attendees competed, learned, and engaged in solving problems in the areas of maritime cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and development operations. The three tracks...

Global bunkering infrastructure still needed to make LNG viable as a...

Global LNG bunkering infrastructure is still needed for shipowners to make LNG-fuelled shipping viable on a large scale according to Nicolas Sartini, ceo of...

Assessing Recent Developments in Indonesian Maritime Security

The Republic of Indonesia is a nation of approximately 250 million people spread over some 17,000 islands that total a land area of 733,594...

Panama Canal Expecting 234 Cruise Ships This Cruise Season

The Panama Canal Authority said it expects to receive approximately 234 cruise ships through the Panamax and Neopanamax Locks during the upcoming 2018-2019 cruise...

UK reminds China of importance of maritime law – PM May’s...

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May stressed the importance of international maritime law in a meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on...

Doubts arise over South Korea’s ‘Sea Bow’ missile interception ability

SEOUL — South Korea’s indigenous close-in weapon system, currently in the final development phase, will be unable to thwart incoming missiles based on test...

Turkish Ship to Continue Exploration in Mediterranean, Energy Minister Says

IZMIR, Turkey, Oct 19 (Reuters) – A Turkish energy exploration ship will continue to operate in the Mediterranean Sea, the energy minister said on...

India will soon find out about my decision on CAATSA sanctions:...

NEW DELHI: President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that India "will soon find out" about his decision on the punitive CAATSA sanctions after India...

Exxon Makes Major Bet on Brazil as Petrobras Eases Its Grip

By Sabrina Valle and Kevin Crowley (Bloomberg) — In a single year, Exxon Mobil Corp. has gone from being a tiny bit player in Brazil to...

Finland moves to boost its naval power in the Baltic Sea...

HELSINKI — The increasingly strategic value of the Baltic Sea as a potential theater of military conflict between Russia and NATO is triggering fresh...

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Pakistan navy quits anti-piracy task force amid worsening US ties

Karachi, Pakistan - Pakistan's navy is no longer part of the counterpiracy Combined Task Force (CTF) that operates in the western Indian Ocean, officials...
Pakistan at ideal geo-strategic location to benefit from maritime economy: Navy chief

Pakistan at ideal geo-strategic location to benefit from maritime economy: Navy chief

On the invitation of President Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi visited KATI’s Head...
Indian Maritime Sector—on the cusp of revolution

Indian Maritime Sector—on the cusp of revolution

There are two geographical factors that put the Indian maritime sector at an advantageous position – the vast coastline of 7,500 km and the...
Caretaker PM, naval chief discuss matters pertaining to Pakistan Navy

Caretaker PM, naval chief discuss matters pertaining to Pakistan Navy

Islamabad: Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbasi called on caretaker Prime Minister retired Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk in Islamabad on Thursday. Professional matters pertaining to...
Blue economy movement gaining traction in Africa

Blue economy movement gaining traction in Africa

An increasing number of African countries are now embracing the blue economy for its potential to deliver solutions to their most pressing development needs–particularly...