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La piraterie maritime dans le détroit de Malacca : mécanismes de lutte contre la menace. Cas d'étude du rôle des garde-côtes Sud-Est asiatiques

Abstract : Maritime piracy in South-East Asia, the guarantee of the prosperity of the societies that developed in the Straits of Malacca, was the object of numerous repressions by the colonial powers from the 17th century. This endemic tradition, in opposition to Western thought, was severely repressed, leading to its disappearance. The international changes led by the end of the Cold War mark the disturbing resurgence of the phenomenon. As a result, the measures of struggle have intensified and the riparian states of the Strait have resorted to several solutions to repress this nontraditional threat. In particular, cooperation through the Coast Guard tool has proven to be an effective pillar in the fight against maritime piracy. This new institution through which states manage to cooperate and put an end to the tensions that run through a specific geographical area raises the question of its effectiveness in another conflict area: the South China Sea.
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Marine Bruder. La piraterie maritime dans le détroit de Malacca : mécanismes de lutte contre la menace. Cas d'étude du rôle des garde-côtes Sud-Est asiatiques. Science politique. 2021. ⟨dumas-03339156⟩

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