The Gulf Of Guinea And The Challenges To Enforce The Maritime Laws For International Security Implications For Sea Transport


The Gulf of Guinea (GOG) is constituted of the continental coastline in which that borders the Atlantic Ocean and it is about 2.35 million km² in length (appx) and it provides an economic theater to both the coastal and landlocked African countries and it plays an important role on International shipping and also for the business communities in worldwide. But due to the security issues in which that is present in the Gulf of Guinea (GOG) the global business communities are under jeopardy and inorder to resolve such numerous international instruments are making its efforts by executing more regulations

Keywords: Gulf of Guinea (GOG), Security, Global business community, Shipping

Authored by B. Jayasuriyan, Saveetha School Of Law.