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Sea Control 225 – IUU Fishing and the Evolution of Sea Shepherd with Dr. Claude Berube

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By Walker Mills Sea Control 225 – Claude Berube joins Sea Control host Walker Mills for a conversation on the Sea Shepherd organization, IUU fishing and private approaches to maritime security. Claude discusses his recent report for the US Naval War College on the evolution of the Sea Shepherd organization from an “eco-vigilante” to a … Continue reading Sea Control 225 – IUU Fishing and the Evolution of Sea Shepherd with Dr. Claude Berube →

31 Jan 2021

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Sea Control 225 - IUU Fishing and the Evolution of Sea Shepherd with Dr. Claude Berube

Sea Control

Links1. “Sea Control 153 – USS Constitution with Angry Staff Officer and Dr. Claude Berube,” Claude Berube, Angry Staff Officer with Jared Samuelson, CIMSEC (2020).2. “Sea Control 156 – Sink the Montana!,” Claude Berube with Jared Samuelson, CIMSEC (2020).3. The Preble Hall Podcast by the USNA Museum.4. Maritime Private Security: Market Responses to Piracy, Terrorism and Waterborne Security Risks in the 21st Century, edited by Claude Berube and Patrick Cullen, Routledge (2012).5. “Blackwaters for the Blue Waters: The Promise of Private Naval Companies,” by Claude Berube, Orbis (2007).6. “Standup a Joint Interagency Task Force to Fight Illegal Fishing,” by Claude Berube, CIMSEC (2020).7. Taste of War: World War II and the Battle for Food, by Lizzie Collingham, Penguin Books, (2013).8. “Sea Shepherd: The Evolution of an Eco-Vigilante to Legitimized Maritime Capacity Builder,” by Claude Berube, U.S. Naval War College (2020).9. “Leveraging NGOs and Volunteerism for Maritime Surveillance Against IUU Fishing,” by Walker Mills, Dylan Philips-Levine and Trevor Philips-Levine, CIMSEC (2020).10. “Advantage At Sea,” U.S. Tri-Service Maritime Strategy (2020).11. “Competition Continuum,” U.S. Department of Defense (2020).12. “Thunder Road: Outsourcing the Fight Against Illegal Fishing,” by Claude Berube, War on the Rocks, (2015).13. “Trump’s Gunboats: Achieving the Goal of 350 or 355 Ships will be Challenging,” by Claude Berube, The National Interest (2016).14. “Online Event: Strategic Perspectives on Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing,” panel discussion with Craig Faller and Karl Schultz, Center for Strategic & International Studies (2020).  15. “The Maritime Story Missing in “Civilian Warriors,” Claude Berube interview with Erik Prince, CIMSEC (2013).16. The Aden Effect: A Connor Stark Novel, Claude Berube, Naval Institute Press (2012).17. Syren’s Song: A Connor Stark Novel, Claude Berube, Naval Institute Press (2015). 

46mins

31 Jan 2021

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Innovation, Sustainability & Nanotechnology with Claude Berube

Jakarta Vintage

Hi All. So delighted that our IG Live will be back this Monday at 4pm. We are honoured to have @claudejberube as our guest. Claude -- a senior interior designer based in Kuala Lumpur-- is an honorary Past-President of the International Federation of Interior Architects/ Designers (IFI). Ten years ago he founded the Asia Pacific Design Center (APDC) in Shanghai and was the president until he left in 2017. As a professional designer, Claude gave conferences on the practice of design in Asia, USA, Africa, and Middle East. In 2010 Claude left Dubai to operate his developing nanotechnology and design enterprises in Malaysia. Claude will be talking about nanotechnology, sustainability and innovation. Lets tune in, learn and be inspired, @jakartavintage IG Live. 

39mins

17 Jun 2020

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Sea Control 153: USS Constitution with Angry Staff Officer and Dr. Claude Berube

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1. http://www.angrystaffofficer.com2. Preble Hall Podcast: https://www.usna.edu/Museum/PrebleHall/index.phpThe official podcast of the US Naval Academy Museum3. A Call to the Sea: Captain Charles Stewart of the USS Constitution. @cgberube and coauthor John Rodgaard chronicle the career of, arguably, Constitution's most successful captain.https://www.amazon.com/Call-Sea-Captain-Charles-Constitution/dp/1574885189/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=claude+berube&qid=1578502017&sr=8-3

45mins

20 Jan 2020

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Episode 397: Migrants, NGOs & the Mediterranean with Claude Berube, Chris Rawley

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What role are Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs) playing in the ongoing crisis in the Mediterranean Sea as wave after of wave of people try to make the passage to Europe?Are they doing good? Are they filling a gap of lawlessness caused by government inaction, or increasing the problem?What are the motivations and goals of governments, international organizations, traditional NGOs, and new players on the scene?To discuss these question and related issues they raised in their two part series at War On the Rocks and CIMSEC will be returning guests Claude Berube and Chris Rawley.Claude is the director of the Naval Academy Museum and a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserve. He is the author of the Connor Stark novels – THE ADEN EFFECT (Naval Institute Press, September 2012) and SYREN'S SONG (Naval Institute Press, November 2015.) He earned his B.A. in History and Soviet Studies, his M.A. in History from Northeastern University, and his M.A. in National Security Studies from the Naval War College.  He is currently writing his doctoral dissertation through the University of Leeds on Andrew Jackson’s Navy.Chris is a Captain in the Naval Reserve where he is the commanding officer of a reserve unit focusing on building partnerships to enhance maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea. He is also founder and CEO of the agriculture investing company, Harvest Returns, and serves on the board of directors of the Center for International Maritime Security.

1hr 3mins

13 Aug 2017

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Episode 391: Best of Claude Berube & Syren's Song

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From our live show in November of 2015, the full hour with author Claude Berube to discuss his second Connor Stark novel, Syren's Song, from Naval Institute Press. From the Amazon page;"Syren's Song is the second novel featuring Connor Stark, and it promises to be just as engaging asThe Aden Effect. This geopolitical thriller begins when the Sri Lankan navy is unexpectedly attacked by a resurgent and separatist Tamil Tiger organization. The government issues a letter of marque to former U.S. Navy officer Connor Stark, now the head of the private security company Highland Maritime Defense. Stark and his eclectic compatriots accept the challenge only to learn that the Sea Tigers who crippled the Sri Lankan navy are no ordinary terrorists."

1hr 1min

2 Jul 2017

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Episode 354: The Aden Effect, with Claude Berube - Best of

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With all the news out of Yemen, I thought it would be timely to go back four years to our interview with Claude Berube about his first fiction, novel, The Aden Effect.  Last year he had a follow on, Syren's Song.Terror attacks on an American embassy. Piracy on the high seas. Political intrigue. Leadership at sea.Not just the news of the day, but some of the topics you'll find in Claude Berube's first non-fiction book. We'll have the author with us for the full hour to talk about the book, writing, and perhaps a few more thing as well.Claude's articles have appeared in Orbis, Naval History, Vietnam History, Jane’s Intelligence Review, Naval Institute Proceedings, and other periodicals.  He has worked on Capitol Hill and for the Office of Naval Intelligence.  A lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve, he has served twice overseas including a deployment to the Persian Gulf with Expeditionary Strike Group Five.

1hr 2mins

16 Oct 2016

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Episode 306: Author Claude Berube on his next book; Syren's Song

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This Sunday for the full hour our guest will be author Claude Berube to discuss his second Connor Stark novel, Syren's Song, from Naval Institute Press. From the Amazon page;"Syren's Song is the second novel featuring Connor Stark, and it promises to be just as engaging asThe Aden Effect. This geopolitical thriller begins when the Sri Lankan navy is unexpectedly attacked by a resurgent and separatist Tamil Tiger organization. The government issues a letter of marque to former U.S. Navy officer Connor Stark, now the head of the private security company Highland Maritime Defense. Stark and his eclectic compatriots accept the challenge only to learn that the Sea Tigers who crippled the Sri Lankan navy are no ordinary terrorists."We will also discuss the craft of writing, how emerging real world events can influence the writing of fiction, and as we usually do with Claude, perhaps some other interestiing topics that crop up in the course of our conversation.

1hr 1min

15 Nov 2015

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23: History of Naval Innovation with LCDR Claude Berube

CRIC Podcast

Naval Reservist and Academy Professor Claude Berube talks about the original naval innovation group, the Naval Lyceum, and its legacy today. We also discuss intellectual curiousity and why it is important to vigorously debate with others outside one's comfort zone. The CNO's Rapid Innovation Cell is an organization of 15 junior officers and enlisted. Its goal is to empower and enable emerging Naval leaders to rapidly create, develop and implement disruptive solutions that tackle warfighter needs while advocating for, and inspiring, deckplate innovation throughout the Fleet.  ET1(SW) Jeff Anderson is a member of the CNO's Rapid Innovation Cell. The views expressed are his alone, and not the official position of the CRIC, Naval Warfare Development Command, CNO, the United States Navy or any other entity explicitly or implicitly mentioned in the above. Check us out on Facebook! Get involved at www.facebook.com/NavyCRIC . Join the CRIC[x]! The CRIC[x] is our extended network of sailors and innovators. Tweet @NavyCRIC for more info.

38mins

18 May 2014

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A Book and a Chat with Claude Berube

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Claude Berube is the author of, "The Aden Effect," which is his debut book that will be published on 15 October by Naval Institute Press. Murder, politics, seapower, Middle East instability, and intrigue in the White House are all part of this action thriller. Set against a background of modern piracy in the Gulf of Aden, the story begins as the new Ambassador to Yemen, C.J. Sumner, is assigned to negotiate access to the oil fields off the island of Socotra and enlist help countering pirates who are capturing ships at will off the Horn of Africa. Meeting with resistance to her diplomatic overtures, Sumner recruits Connor Stark, a former naval officer turned mercenary who knows the region, as her defense attaché. When Stark sets up a meeting with the owner of a Yemeni shipping company and the ruling family, the challenges begin.

14mins

15 Sep 2012