Daily Archives: July 1, 2013

Regulating the private security sector in South Africa

[Translate] Regulating the private security sector in South Africa Author(s): Sabelo Gumedze Social Justice. 34.3-4 (Fall-Winter 2007): p195. Introduction THIS ARTICLE SEEKS TO ANALYZE THE SOUTH AFRICAN REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR the private security industry, an object of investigation that, at … Continue reading

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Private security contractors in Iraq violate laws of war

[Translate] Private security contractors in Iraq violate laws of war Author(s): Shawn McCormack Source: Suffolk Transnational Law Review. 31.1 (Winter 2007): I. INTRODUCTION When private security contractors killed eleven Iraqis in a shootout in Baghdad, the Iraqi Prime Minister called … Continue reading

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Mercenaries and the State How the hybridisation of the armed forces is changing the face of national security

[Translate] Mercenaries and the State  How the hybridisation of the armed forces is changing the face of national security The London School of Economics and Political Science Caroline Varin A thesis submitted to the Department of International Relations of the … Continue reading

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Abu Ghraib: A justice denied

[Translate]   Excellent Al Jazeera discussion on the recent ruling on the CACI involvement in Abu Ghraib scandal.

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