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Daniel Sekulich

Special Guest

Biography:

Daniel Sekulich is a reporter and documentary filmmaker whose last documentary film, Aftermath: The Remnants of War, has garnered nine awards at festivals worldwide. He has written about piracy for The Toronto Globe & Mail and is one of the leading authorities writing on this growing scourge. His new book, Terror on the Seas: True Tales of Modern Day Pirates, shows how violent these new pirates are and how their activities on one side of the globe can have far-reaching effects everywhere, whether it deals with the global economy or the global War on Terror.

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Modern Pirates

Ian Punnett welcomed journalist Daniel Sekulich, who discussed his new work on modern day pirates. According to Sekulich, incidents of piracy and seafaring crimes are two to three times higher than what is being reported and cost the maritime industry several tens of billions of dollars annually. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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