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Document: GAO Report on U.S. Anti-Piracy Efforts in Africa

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The following is a Government Accountability Office report on African Piracy released on June 19, 2014. The report concludes, “U.S. agencies have not systematically assessed the costs and benefits of their counterpiracy efforts.”

  • cjakobsson

    For maximum effective results in stopping African pirates, we should be working with African allies. The democratic developing countries in Africa would probably be willing to cooperate in the effort to stop African pirates, because their development depends on an uninterrupted flow of maritime commerce in and out of Africa.

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        By the way, I still claim that for maximum effectiveness in stopping piracy off the coasts of Africa, we should be working together with African allies.