Daily Archives: June 25, 2014

Regulating the Global Security Industry: A Liberal Normative Perspective

[Translate] Regulating the Global Security Industry: A Liberal Normative Perspective Author: Krieg, Andreas Source: St Antony’s International Review, Volume 9, Number 2, February 2014, pp. 39-53(15)  Abstract: As the global security industry is expanding both in terms of the geographical scope … Continue reading

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Pushing the Limits of the US Warrior Ethos: Understanding the Extensive Use of Private Military Companies in Iraq

[Translate] Pushing the Limits of the US Warrior Ethos: Understanding the Extensive Use of Private Military Companies in Iraq Détails Titre: Pushing the Limits of the US Warrior Ethos: Understanding the Extensive Use of Private Military Companies in Iraq Auteur: … Continue reading

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Beating Blackwater: Using Domestic Legislation to Enforce the International Code of Conduct for Private Military Companies

[Translate] COMMENT: Beating Blackwater: Using Domestic Legislation to Enforce the International Code of Conduct for Private Military Companies May, 2014 The Yale Law Journal Online 123 Yale L.J. Online 2559 Author REEMA SHAH * Excerpt In the past decade, state … Continue reading

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Beyond the Trinitarian Institutionalization of the Warrior Ethos – A Normative Conceptualization of Soldier and Contractor Commitment in Post-Modern Conflict

[Translate] Defence Studies Volume 14, Issue 1, 2014 Beyond the Trinitarian Institutionalization of the Warrior Ethos – A Normative Conceptualization of Soldier and Contractor Commitment in Post-Modern Conflict DOI: 10.1080/14702436.2014.890335 Andreas Krieg* pages 56-75 Publishing models and article dates explained … Continue reading

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Bureaucratic Interests and the Outsourcing of Security: The Privatization of Diplomatic Protection in the United States and the United Kingdom

[Translate] Bureaucratic Interests and the Outsourcing of Security The Privatization of Diplomatic Protection in the United States and the United Kingdom Eugenio Cusumano1⇑ Christopher Kinsey2 1Department of Political and Strategic Studies, Baltic Defence College, Tartu, Estonia 2Defence Studies Department, King’s … Continue reading

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Regulating private security sector in post conflict environments: why are we avoiding an elephant in the room?

[Translate] Regulating private security sector in post conflict environments: why are we avoiding an elephant in the room? Jovana Jezdimirovic Ranito, Universidade de Coimbra/CES, jovanaranito@ces.uc.pt Paper presented on 5th Bienial Conference on Regulatory Governance between Global and Local, Barcelona 25-27 … Continue reading

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Marketing the Gurkha security package: Colonial histories and neoliberal economies of private security

[Translate] Marketing the Gurkha security package: Colonial histories and neoliberal economies of private security Amanda Chisholm School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol, UK Amanda Chisholm. Email: amanda.chisholm@bristol.ac.uk Abstract This article contributes to the existing critical theory … Continue reading

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