African Maritime Strategy and International Naval Interests


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Somaliland sun – As Diminutive Djibouti seems set to become dangerously overcrowded: not with immigrants, or a harmful animal species, but rather with foreign military bases it is poignantly clear that African stakeholders seldom feature in the global discussion of African maritime issues and are often seen as little more than passive actors argues Timothy Walker, an Institute for Security Studies (ISS) researcher in a thoughtful analysis titled “In the Game of Maritime Power Politicking, Is Africa the Biggest Loser?”