IAS Working Paper on Illegal fishing and Maritime Co-ordination in Brunei’s EEZ

IAS Working Paper on Illegal fishing and Maritime Co-ordination in Brunei’s EEZ

The Institute of Asian Studies at Universiti Brunei Darussalam is pleased to announce the publication of IAS Working Paper No 61: Illegal Fishing and the Challenges of Maritime Co-ordination in Brunei’s EEZ by Ade Roddiane bin Haji Mohd Rosdi and Paul J. Carnegie.

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Abstract: The South China Sea is a significant maritime region both strategically and economically. Its valuable resources provide major economic benefits for the countries of the surrounding region. Maintaining the maritime security of Brunei’ territorial waters and Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) against illegal activity is key to ensuring the long-term viability of its benefits for the country. This paper considers the effectiveness of maritime co-ordination and information sharing in combatting illegal fishing activities within Brunei Darussalam’s EEZ and the challenges it faces.

Authors:
Ade Roddiane bin Haji Mohd Rosdi is Lieutenant Commander with the Royal Brunei Navy. He recently completed the Graduate Diploma of Defence and Security Studies at the Royal Brunei Armed Forces Command and Staff Course.

Paul J. Carnegie is Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at the Institute of Asian Studies, Universiti Brunei Darussalam. His research specializes in comparative democratization, human security and localized responses to militant extremism with a specific focus on Indonesia and Southeast Asia alongside the Asia Pacific more generally. Paul has published widely in his fields including the monograph The Road from Authoritarianism to Democratization in Indonesia (Palgrave Macmillan), the edited volume Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia (Springer) and research output in leading international journals including Pacific Affairs, Australian Journal of Politics and History and Australian Journal of International Affairs. He is also a section editor for the Palgrave Handbook of Ethnicity. Paul has extensive applied research experience and networks having lived and worked previously in Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Egypt, Fiji and the United Arab Emirates.

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