La piraterie somalienne : la comprendre et expliquer sa disparition

Abstract : In January 2015, the 2014 annual report on maritime piracy was released by the International Maritime Bureau : the Somalia based piracy, which represented the main maritime issue in 2008, has reached a residual level. Only eleven attacks have been reported off the coasts of the Horn of Africa. This short thesis tries to determine the causes of the disappearance of piracy by studying the causes of its appearance, the efficiency of the international maritime intervention and the continental dimension of the phenomenon. This other dimension is often forgotten, but it is where the explication of the disappearance of piracy lies. Indeed, the late evolutions in the political atmosphere of Somalia and the involvement of the local institutions in a process of state-building seem to be the cause of the somali piracy's end.
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Quentin Prigent. La piraterie somalienne : la comprendre et expliquer sa disparition. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2015. ⟨dumas-01196076⟩

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