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Melbourne Asia Review is an initiative of the Asia Institute. Any inquiries about Melbourne Asia Review should be directed to the Managing Editor, Cathy Harper.

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Migrant fishers from Southeast Asia are increasingly subject to forced labour and human trafficking

  • A/Prof Sallie Yea,

One of the most pressing problems in terms of fishing supply chains is modern slavery of migrant fishing crew.

Security, surveillance, protection from maritime crime and piracy in Southeast Asia

  • John F. Bradford,

There are several problematic trends which may give pirates, terrorists and other criminals the opportunity needed to re-emerge as a threat.

Geo-economic trends and maritime supply chain resilience: What’s next for the Indo-Pacific?

  • Dr Hanizah Idris,

There are many economic challenges to shipping supply chains, including decarbonisation and geopolitics.

Ports play a key role in hydrogen supply chains in the Indo-Pacific

  • A/Prof Peggy Shu-Ling Chen & A/Prof Prashant Bhaskar,

Regional leadership is needed to accelerate hydrogen port readiness for the emerging energy trade system.

Insights from the COVID-19 pandemic regarding maritime supply chains with a focus on Southeast Asia

  • Professor Jasmine Siu Lee Lam,

The pandemic was an unprecedented event in shipping supply chains and maritime stakeholders need to prepare for future disruptions.