Asyura Salleh is a Research Vasey Fellow at the Pacific Forum and Maritime Security Advisor at the Yokosuka Council of Asia Pacific Affairs. She has a strong passion in maritime security and complements her research work with policy experience in supporting regional agencies in tackling maritime crime. In addition to her Masters in War Studies from King's College London, Asyura earned a PhD from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore.
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