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Piracy in Asia: A situation report
Despite ongoing incidents of piracy in Asia, international co-operation efforts are having genuine success at containing the issue. Various policy initiatives are showing promise for the security of the region's sea lanes, now and into the future, Sam Bateman writes.
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