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Panel II: Piracy and Terrorism

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This chapter talks about Panel II session of "Piracy and Terrorism", which was moderated by John Norton Moore. Professor Robert Beckman and Tara Davenport presented a paper at the session Their overall content was captured in its title, "Maritime Terrorism and the Law of the Sea: Basic Principles and New Challenges." The chapter discusses the general principles governing a State's jurisdiction over maritime activities. Commander James Kraska his main purpose of Working Group Two encourages the prosecution and imprisonment of piracy suspects within national legal systems. Professor Samuel Pyeatt Menefee followed with an examination of the possibility of predicting future piracies by looking at five major historical factors.

Keywords:John Norton Moore; maritime Terrorism; national legal systems; piracy; Tara Davenport



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