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Regional Trends THE overall number of piracy attacks and armed robbery at sea in Southeast Asia appears to be trending downward. The 4 th quarter of 2006 -the latest record currently available --has shown the lowest number of piracy and armed robbery activities in Southeast Asian seas for the last five years. Theft and/or robbery remained the main types of attacks on ships transiting the sea lanes of Southeast Asia. This suggests that small-scale attacks remained the main challenge in dealingdoi:10.1355/9789812308849-027 fatcat:ojbqmjncuna35buvisfrozwmc4