Daily Archives: September 9, 2012

“JEALOUSIES OF A STANDING ARMY”: THE USE OF MERCENARIES IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR CONGRESS’S ROLE IN REGULATING PRIVATE MILITARY FIRMS

[Translate] Northwestern University Law Review Winter, 2012 106 Nw. U.L. Rev. 317 NOTE AND COMMENT: “JEALOUSIES OF A STANDING ARMY”: THE USE OF MERCENARIES IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR CONGRESS’S ROLE IN REGULATING PRIVATE MILITARY FIRMS NAME: … Continue reading

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Update: Security Contracting in Iraq

[Translate] Update: Security Contracting in Iraq By Will Grant Eight months ago, the US military made its formal withdrawal from Iraq. And though the troops and equipment, for the most part, were shipped home, scores of US contractors remained in … Continue reading

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German shipping firm spends $126,000 on security for each Gulf of Aden round trip

[Translate] German shipping firm spends $126,000 on security for each Gulf of Aden round trip London (Platts)–6Sep2012/638 am EDT/1038 GMT German shipping company Hamburg Sued spends approximately Eur100,000 ($126,000) on every round trip in the Gulf of Aden, providing organizational … Continue reading

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