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CEMLAWS associates itself with the publications and work of the people within and behind the Centre which has been undertaken in various capacities. These include: 


Kamal–Deen Ali, Maritime Security Cooperation in the Gulf of Guinea: Prospects and Challenges, (Brill/Martinus: Netherlands, 2015)
James Kraska, Ocean Law and Policy: Twenty Years of Development under UNCLOSm ( w/ Scheiber, Martinus Nijhoff 2015)
James Kraska, International Maritime Security Law: A Treatise (w/ Pedrozo, Martinus Nijhoff 2013)
Martin Tsamenyi (w/ Kamal-Deen),  African States and the Law of Sea: Have the Benefits been Realized, Ocean Year Book Vol. 26, (Brill: Canada, 2012)
Kamal-Deen Ali, Concept of Collective Ownership in Ship: A Policy Instrument for Maritime Transport, (Lambert Academic Publications: Germany, 2012). 
James Kraska, Contemporary Maritime Piracy: Law, Strategy and Diplomacy at Sea (Praeger 2011)


Kamal-Deen Ali, Anatomy of Gulf of Guinea Piracy, 68,1 Naval War College Review, 2015, pp: 93-118
Kamal-Deen Ali (w/Tsamenyi), Fault-lines of Maritime Security in the Gulf of Guinea: Analysis of Boundary Uncertainties, Africa Security Review, August 2013.
Martin Tsemenyi (w/ Rahman), A Strategic Perspective on Security and Naval Issues in South China Sea, 41,4, Ocean Development and International Law (2010), pp:315-333
James Kraska, Pirates of the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea: 28 Comparative Strategy, 2009, pp: 197-216
James Kraska ( w/ Wilson) Global Maritime Partnership and Somali Piracy, 25 Defense and Security Analysis, 2009, pp: 222-234
James Kraska ( w/ Wilson), Somali Piracy: A nasty Problem, A web Responses, Current History (2009), pp: 227-321
James Kraska ( w/ Wilson) Diplomatic Effort Against Gulf of Guinea Pirates, Havard International Review (2009)
James Kraska ( w/ Wilson), The Dzibouti Code and Somali Coat Guard, 52 Ocean and Coastal Management (2009), pp: 516-521
Kamal-Deen Ali, Gulf of Guinea Maritime Security – Legal & Institutional Perspectives, United States Africa Centre for Strategic Studies Bulletin, 2007.
 Kamal-Deen Ali, Legal and Policy Dimensions of Coastal Zone Monitoring and Control: The Case in Ghana, 35 Ocean Development & International Law, (2004), pp: 179-194.



Ghana's Fishy Situation


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