Good maritime governance demands more than naval and maritime law enforcement services. It also requires strong ocean economies, international cooperation, healthy ocean ecosystems, and successful strategies to counter terrorism and crime.
Our flagship project measures and maps nine facets of maritime security across 70 countries. It shows that good governance at sea is a virtuous feedback loop between law enforcement, economic development, and multilateral cooperation.
Our team works with partners all over the world to support global and regional maritime governance frameworks. Click here to learn more about our specific work in the Pacific, Gulf of Guinea, Indian Ocean, Caribbean basin, and elsewhere.