Canal Enlargement: An Economic and Geopolitical Issue?

Maritime Canals Enlargement, a Strategic Issue?

The Corinth Canal connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea The international maritime canals are « choke points » of strategic interest as they regulate the world economy. They contribute to the affirmation of maritime transport as the main vector of imports and exports throughout the world. To remain competitive and attractive, … Continue reading Maritime Canals Enlargement, a Strategic Issue?

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Yaounde Code of Conduct, a Needful Alliance

Trans-border cooperation in mitigating illicit maritime activities remains necessary due to the transnational nature of maritime insecurity. High incidents of sea banditry, piracy, and associated crimes within the maritime domain contributed to the under-utilization of the resource-landed Gulf of Guinea region. Read on to understand how the implementation of the Yaounde Code of Conduct has … Continue reading Yaounde Code of Conduct, a Needful Alliance

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Africa’s Blue Economy: The Red Code Alarm

Africa's blue economy Climate change, overfishing, and exhaustive ocean practices in several economic sectors threaten marine biodiversity. Africa's Blue Economy: The Red Code Alarm explains Africa's blue economy strategy and its actions to secure a sustainable future for Africa's seas. Africa's blue economy can be a crucial contributor to the regional and global economy and … Continue reading Africa’s Blue Economy: The Red Code Alarm