US maritime security gets GAO seal of approval
SHIPPING’s penchant for a ‘risk-based’ approach to security instead of mandatory 100% inspection of suspected or perceived threats has helped the US Department of Homeland Security make substantially more progress in maritime security after 9/11 compared with aviation, border security or immigration enforcement, writes Rajesh Joshi in New York.
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