Daily Archives: May 21, 2014

The State’s Enforcement Monopoly and the Private Protection of Property

[Translate] The State’s Enforcement Monopoly and the Private Protection of Property/Comment Grechenig, Kristoffel; Kolmar, Martin; Muehlheusser, Gerd. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 170.1 (Mar 2014): 5-26. The modern state has monopolized the legitimate use of force. This concept is … Continue reading

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Foreigners in the Highest Trust: American Perceptions of European Mercenary Officers in the Continental Army

[Translate] Foreigners in the Highest Trust: American Perceptions of European Mercenary Officers in the Continental Army. Authors:SPALL, ERIC1 (AUTHOR) Source: Early American Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal. Spring 2014, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p338-365. 28p. Historical Period: 1775 to 1783 Document … Continue reading

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PROMISING PRIVATEERS? Understanding the Constraints of Contemporary Private Security at Sea

[Translate] PROMISING PRIVATEERS? Understanding the Constraints of Contemporary Private Security at Sea Spearin, Christopher. Naval War College Review67.2 (Spring 2014): 97-116. Abstract (summary) For the secretary-general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, contemporary piracy is nothing less than a “global … Continue reading

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Kilimanjaro Signs Somalia Security Memorandum

[Translate] Kilimanjaro Signs Somalia Security Memorandum Marketwired 13 May 2014 08:00 BELIZE CITY, BELIZE–(Marketwired – May 13, 2014) – The directors and management of Kilimanjaro Capital (GXG:KCAP)(OTC PINK:KIMJF) are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum between the Company … Continue reading

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Aegis Defence Services – The organizational chart displays its 12 executives, including Graham Binns and James Ellery

[Translate] Aegis Defence Services – The organizational chart displays its 12 executives, including Graham Binns and James Ellery TheOfficialBoard 6 May 2014 In the Security industry, there are 188 large companies in 41 countries, with a total of 1,857 top … Continue reading

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Army Contracting Command Failed to Spot $100M in Overbilling

[Translate] Army Contracting Command Failed to Spot $100M in Overbilling By Charles S. Clark May 20, 2014 6 Comments Prime contractor Northrop Grumman and subcontractor DynCorp overcharged the government anywhere from $91 million to $123 million from 2007 to 2013. … Continue reading

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UK division of G4S loses third chief executive in two years

[Translate] UK division of G4S loses third chief executive in two years The Daily Telegraph By Louise Armitstead 21 May 2014 G4S has parted company with its third UK chief executive in two years, reigniting the sense of turmoil at … Continue reading

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G4S sought extra guards before riot

[Translate] G4S sought extra guards before riot AAP Bulletins By Lisa Martin 21 May 2014 © 2014 Australian Associated Press Pty Ltd. Security firm G4S made urgent attempts to secure extra guards weeks before violence erupted at the Papua New … Continue reading

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Liberia: Tribal Feud Grips Mercenary Trial – Defendant Blames Prosecution

[Translate] Liberia: Tribal Feud Grips Mercenary Trial – Defendant Blames Prosecution By Kennedy L. Yangian, 20 May 2014 Related Topics Liberia Liberia: Hidden Hands – Tyler Legal Affairs Egypt: Mubarak Sentenced for Embezzling Funds Monrovia — Despite the statement made … Continue reading

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Photo new weapon in Ukraine: U.S., Russia spar over mercenary charges, image

[Translate] Photo new weapon in Ukraine: U.S., Russia spar over mercenary charges, image Orlando Sentinel By Paul Richter, Tribune Washington Bureau 21 May 2014, A3 VIENNA VIENNA — The Obama administration’s argument with the Kremlin over the unrest in Ukraine … Continue reading

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