Transnational Crime; Mutual Cooperation in Criminal Matters, Extradition

Chadwick, M., Piracy and the origins of universal jurisdiction: on stranger tides?, Leiden, Boston, Brill Nijhoff, 2019.
In Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction, Mark Chadwick relates a colourful account of how and why piracy on the high seas came to be considered an international crime subject to the principle of universal jurisdiction, prosecutable by any State in any circumstances.
Book|Elleman|Seaborne Perils|Peace Palace Library
This comprehensive survey of historical and contemporary issues related to maritime crime and piracy, with a special focus on Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, explains why piracy is a growing problem and how it affects security policy making in the United States.