The naval stalemate off Somalia has produced one positive — the pirates have so far brushed off getting cozy with terrorists.
A Lloyd's of Haradheere? Or, how Somali pirates are imitating the West through ad-venture capitalism.
Despite some successes in thwarting Somali pirates, itchy trigger fingers may serve no one's interests except for private security agencies.
Pirate-fightin' navies find that parking off the Horn of Africa provides cover for counterterrorism and protects scofflaw fishermen.
Counterpiracy strategies, old and new, find historic precedence for both passivity and aggressiveness.
In the new season of piracy, both sides show they're eager to evolve.
How can the U.S. and Europe keep ship owners from paying ransoms that make Somali pirates more dangerous?