Lloyd's MIU Handbook of Maritime Security

A major focus of this book is the identification of problems that have been encountered, or may reasonably be expected, in developing and implementing the various measures as well as possible ways of overcoming these problems. The five sections of this book examine, among others, the new maritime security environment, including the different but complementary interests of the shipping industry, on the one hand, and of national regulatory agencies (including the military), on the other. By pooling together the knowledge and insights of a very broad range of learned contributors, the editors have provided an excellent opportunity for airing a large number of the difficult issues that need to be dealt with by both the authorities and bodies that devise and implement maritime security systems, and by entities and operators who are required to comply with the requirements of the respective systems.

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