International Sea Power & Security Symposium

TOPICS OF THE SESSIONS


Global Maritime Security Environment

Maritime Security as an Important Aspect of Global Commons
Global Maritime Security Challenges
Maritime Security Concepts and Strategies
New Approaches to Maritime Security
Maritime Security Perspectives

Macro Economic Dimension of Maritime Domain

The Effect of Freedom of Navigation to Seaborn Trade
The Importance of Global Maritime Transport in Key Sea Lines of Communication (SLOC)
Safe Guarding the Vital Links in the Sea Trade
Energy Security in Maritime Domain

Roles of Navies and Other Organizations on Maritime Security

Diplomatic Value of Use of Sea Power
Turkey’s Contributions to Maritime Security
Piracy and Armed Robbery
NATO’s New Reflections in Mediterranean and Black Sea with Respect to Power Balances in 21st Century
Unsafe Migration by Sea
Operational Thinking and Operations Short of War at Sea

Legal Aspects of Maritime Security

Legal Challenges on Maritime Security
Migrant Interdiction
Law Applicabe to Maritime Counter-Terrorism and Piracy
Delimitation of Maritime Jurisdiction Areas

Call for Paper
Publish your paper in SPS-2016 symposium proceedings.

The theme of symposium is “Collaboration for Maritime Security”. Papers should be related to the theme. In addition to main theme, topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to topics.

International Sea Power and Security Symposium will have following activities;
Papers/speeches/presentations by keynote and invited speakers (Papers will be published in symposium proceedings.)
Papers by authors (Accepted full papers will be published in proceedings without oral presentations and it is given opportunity to some of the best papers be presented during the symposium.)
Academic Committee will select “Best Papers” among the papers submitted by the authors. The authors of the Best Papers will be awarded during the symposium.
Posters regarding authors papers will be presented during the breaks between the sessions- 5 min. oral presentation.