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KEYNOTE ADDRESS National and International Approaches to Maritime Security

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Anti-terrorist measures succeed through good global policy and with the help of better worldwide cooperation and comprehensive findings of the secret or intelligence services, Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, the police forces, and in many states through the support of the military forces. Modes of transport are not &t;fortresses? and have no weapons for defense. They can only resist terrorist assaults by taking internal security measures, that is, measures that make intrusion into a means of transport more difficult for unauthorised persons or materials. This chapter tries to find answer to the few questions: (1) How many more anti-terrorist measures can we and do we want to afford? How much loss of productivity? How much more administration and red tape? Has security in the meantime not become a pretty good business with fear, because most of the action only takes place in our heads?.

Keywords: anti-terrorist measures; intelligence services; internal security measures; legal challenges; maritime security



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