Antipiracy programmes fail to learn from past mistakes
Short-termism, lack of resources, too many programmes trying to do the same thing, and ignorance of local politics are among reasons so many well-meaning efforts fall short
Professor Christian Bueger says capacity-building programmes meant to help African states better fight piracy too often fail for the same reasons. He says shipping should learn from past mistakes
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