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IPAC Report No: 63



STOPPING ABU SAYYAF KIDNAPPINGS: AN INDONESIAN-MALAYSIAN CASE STUDY


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The best hope for reducing kidnapping and terrorism in the Sulu Sea may lie in the domestic policies of the three countries involved – Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines. Improving transnational information-sharing is still essential, but each country has much homework to do if preventive efforts are to be successful.