Maritime piracy is a very unique offence planned on dry land and executed on the high seas, a place falling under the jurisdiction of no state, by men and boys recruited and facilitated by pirate kingpins and financiers.
"Does The International Criminal Court Have Jurisdiction Over The recruitment And Use Of Child Pirates And The Interfereence With The Delievery Of Humanitarian Aid By Somali Pirates?,"
ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law: Vol. 19
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