Nigeria and Piracy: the Evolution of a Complex Problem; A seminar by Lisa Otto

Maritime at Greenwich

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Hosted by Lisa Otto

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Biography

Lisa Otto holds a MA in International Peace and Security from King’s College London’s War Studies Department, which she achieved with Distinction, as well as BA and BA Honours degrees from the University of Johannesburg. She is now pursuing doctoral studies in Politics under the auspices of the SARChI Chair in African Diplomacy. and is currently conducting visiting research at the GMI. Her doctoral study investigates the evolution of maritime piracy in Nigeria.

Lisa’s research interests include non-traditional threats to security, particularly in Africa, as well as African foreign policy and engagement at the regional and international levels. Before returning to UJ to begin her doctorate, Lisa worked with the Institute for Security Studies and the South African Institute of International Affairs. She​ has also​ worked on projects with Transparency International, the African Union, Corruption Watch, and the European Commission, ​and has conducted field research in Finland, South…

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