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How to address piracy in the Gulf of Guinea and protect seafarers

The pirates in the Gulf of Guinea have high levels of resolve, weaponry and fighting skills, and have evolved from near-shore robbery to open sea piracy and the violent kidnapping of crew members. Image: Institute for Security Studies

Anna Larsson

Communications Director, World Shipping Council

Margi Van Gogh

Head of Supply Chain and Transport, World Economic Forum

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