Approval given to U.S. company to acquire former Hanjin shipyard.
The industry has to act against it to attract more passionate and qualified women seafarers.
Asserting rights, proving worth.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) and Department of the Treasury’s Office
Governments around the world must urgently redouble their supervision over banks, real estate brokers, company service providers and other intermediaries
Legal trade is profitable trade.
No progress in fighting corruption amid human rights abuses, democratic decline, says Transparency International
The 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released January 25 by Transparency International shows that corruption levels remain at a standstill
We stand united against corruption.
Ships and aircraft from Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group (RRNCSG) concluded a week of at-sea bilateral training with a destroyer from the Japan Maritime Self-Defense
The U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class successfully launched sea-based missiles at a land-based target for the first time during a proof-of-concept exercise, May
Over 90 percent of the global trade is carried across ocean. However, the maritime industry is also prone to rampant corruption.
Ongoing protests against Marcos Jr.
On May 4, the United States, in partnership with COVAX, UNICEF, and WHO donated two million Pfizer vaccine doses to the Royal Kingdom of Cambodia.
On May 5, the Government of Nepal (GON), through the Ministry of Finance (MOF), and the United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development
The U.S. Embassy Civil Affairs Team (CAT) recently donated five intensive care unit (ICU) beds to the provincial government of Batanes to support local COVID-19
According to new data released February 2 by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform, the vast majority of ships continue to be broken under conditions that pollute
Volkswagen Group Logistics on January 27 has become a signatory of the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative (SRTI). Volkswagen Group Logistics joins peers across the shipping
In mid-February, almost the totality of the ship recycling workforce at İzmir Aliağa district, Turkey, has been striking for better employment conditions. Around 1,500 workers
The maritime industry is becoming increasingly environmentally cautious as seen by the drive of decarbonization, sulfur cap 2020 and the
On May 6, the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines (CHR) issued the final report of its multi-year investigation