Somali piracy attacks by 2014 had fallen to less than one twentieth of their level in 2010 perceptive use of criminological theory is needed to explain dramatic reductions in crime jade lindley provides this with her revealing analysis of the rise and fall of somali piracy. Maritime piracy off the coast of somalia was first recognised as a global concern in 2008 after the hijackings of world food programme vessels it remains a serious impediment to international maritime trade and a significant risk to seafarers bringing a criminological perspective to the subject this book presents an analysis of somali piracy by means of routine activity theory and . Congratulations to former regnet phd scholar dr jade lindley on publishing her doctoral thesis as the new book somali piracy a criminological perspective jade studied under regnet emeritus professor peter grabosky piracy has plagued maritime trade for centuries. Bringing a criminological perspective to the subject this book presents an analysis of somali piracy by means of routine activity theory and regulatory pluralism based on data from a range of sources including published documents and in depth interviews with representatives of industry government and international organisations the study
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