Maritime Law and Future Naval Implications with CAPT Pete Pedrozo
CAPT Pete Pedrozo, JAGC, USN (ret) is an Associate Professor at the Naval War College in the International Law Department at the Center for Naval Warfare Studies. He discusses the latest in maritime law and its differring interpretation by the world's current naval elite. He also comments on how international maritime law impacts the piracy situation in the Horn of Africa and how prosecution of captured pirates remains an issue. He also details the potentially explosive maritime situation in East Asia as China, Japan, the Koreas, Tawain, the U.S. and others compete for control of the regions waterways and islands.
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