Tired of migrants arriving from Africa, the E.U. has created a shadow immigration system that captures them before they reach its shores, and sends them to brutal Libyan detention centers run by militias.
The oceans supply 50 percent of the air we breathe. They are a workplace to more than 50 million people.
And yet, the journalism about this sprawling and vital place is a rarity.
Among the investigations covered in The Outlaw Ocean book is that of the Murder at Sea story, which reveals a slow-motion slaughter of at least four men caught on camera.
Illegal Fishing Fleets Generate $10 Billion in Annual Sales
Is Deadliest Profession Also The Most Violent?
How the Mystery of a Massacre at Sea Ultimately Led to a Conviction
Critics Question the Climate Crisis Benefits of Deep Seabed Mining
Saving the Planet While Ignoring Two Thirds of It
The Worsening State of Seafarers
From Capture to Culture
Reining in the Outlaw Ocean
Shell Companies in Fishing Industry Get New Attention
Subsidizing China’s Fishing Fleet
The Hidden Cost Behind the Explosion in Beirut
The Animated Rendering of North Korean Fishermen
The Somali 7 Investigation
Lawless Ocean: The Link Between Human Rights Abuses and Overfishing
Thailand’s Sea Slaves: Shackled, Whipped and Beheaded
Ship of Horrors: Life and Death on the Lawless High Seas
The Pint-Size Nation Off the English Coast
Antarctica: A Place of Marvel
Norway: Disaster Risk in the Arctic
Indonesia: Violent Clashes
Mexico: Abortion on the High Seas
Somalia: Discord on the Horn of Africa
Kenya: Illegal Cover Up
Brazil: A Sea-Floor Battle
England: The Magic Pipe
Antarctica: The Hunt for Hunters
‘Sea Slaves’: The Human Misery that Feeds Pets and Livestock