What has been done to control piracy off the coast of Somalia? It emphasizes how there have been a lot fewer pirate attacks in the area recently, with no instances reported in 2020. The decrease has been linked to a number of things, including increased ship security, foreign naval patrols, and the prosecution of pirates. The report also points out that because the underlying reasons of piracy, such as poverty and a lack of security on land, have not been addressed, there is a chance that pirate attacks will resume. The article comes to the conclusion that although success has been made in the fight against piracy, ongoing efforts are required to address the root causes and make sure that the gains are not undone.

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