Fisheries Conflict Research Consortium

fisheries research



What’s happening below deck? 2019. Johan Bergenas.

Interpreting the law of the sea ‘regime of islands’: An opportunity for productive US leadership. 2019. Elizabeth Mendenhall.


Modern slavery and the race to fish. 2018. David Tickler, Jessica Meeuwig, Katharine Bryant, Fiona David, John A. H. Forrest, Elise Gordon, Jacqueline Joudo Larsen, Beverly Oh, Daniel Pauly, U. Rashid Sumaila, Dirk Zeller.2018.

Impacts of anthropogenic and natural “extreme events” on global fisheries. 2018. Dyhia Belhabib, Raouf Dridi, Allan Padilla, Melanie Ang, Philippe LeBillon.

When disaster strikes, go fish. 2018. By Ben Goldfarb. Interview with Dyhia Belhabib, Cullen Hendrix.

The fish wars are coming. 2018. Interview with Johan Bergenas.

Marine fisheries and future ocean conflict. 2018. Jessica Spijkers, Tiffany H Morrison, Robert Blasiak, Graeme S Cumming, Matthew Osborne, James Watson, Henrik Österblom

Like water and oil: fish as a geostrategic resource. 2018. Johan Bergenas.

Could the new fighting between Russia and Ukraine escalate into all-out war? 2018. Sara McLaughlin Mitchell.

The U.K.-France ‘Scallop Wars’ won’t be the last fisheries conflict. 2018. Johan Bergenas.

Fish wars: the causes and consequences of fisheries conflict in Tanzania. 2018. Sarah Glaser, Colleen Devlin, Joshua Lambert, Ciera Villegas, Natasia Poinsatte.

Fishing in dangerous waters? How narratives of piracy and insecurity shaped development initiatives in the Somaliland fishery sector. 2018. Amanda Rasmussen, Stig Jensen.

Shining a light on the modern day pirates pillaging our seas. 2018. Johan Bergenas.

As Mexico tries to curb illegal fishing, drug cartels and fishermen push back. 2018. Interview with David Soud, Johan Bergenas.

Casting a wider net. 2018. Amanda Shaver, Sally Yozell.

Indigenous women respond to fisheries conflict and catalyze change in governance on Canada’s Pacific Coast. 2018. Sarah Harper, Anne Salomon, Dianne Newell, Pauline Hilistis Waterfall, Kelly Brown, Leila Harris, U. Rashid Sumaila.

Building coalitions to stop illegal fishing in the Western Indian Ocean. 2018. Robert Mazurek.

The case for a whole-of-Africa maritime dialogue. 2018. Ian Ralby.

Oceanic change, fisheries and future interstate conflict. 2018. Jessica Spjikers.

Preparing ocean governance for species on the move. 2018. Malin Pinsky, Gabriel Reygondeau, Richard Caddell, Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, Jessica Spijkers, William Cheung.

China must join the war on illegal fishing. 2018. Sally Yozell.

US must help curb illegal fishing, terrorism, piracy, drug sales. 2018. Amanda Shaver, Sally Yozell.

Tax havens are the tip of the iceberg. 2018. Dyhia Belhabib, Philippe LeBillon.

The death of open access in Lake Victoria. 2018. Sarah Glaser.

Eight reasons you care about IUU fishing - you just don’t know it yet. 2018. Sarah Glaser.

Exclusive ODP Our Ocean interview. 2018. Interview with Sally Yozell.

Fisheries in Somali waters: Reconstruction of domestic and foreign catches for 1950-2015. 2018.Tim Cashion, Sarah Glaser, Lo Persson, Paige Roberts, Dirk Zeller.

The economics of fishing the high seas. 2018. Enric Sala, Juan Mayorga, Christopher Costello, David Kroodsma, Maria Palomares, Daniel Pauly, U. Rashid Sumaila, Dirk Zeller.

Catching maritime criminals: a whole of government approach. 2018. Robert Mazurek, Laura Burroughs.