Daily Archives: June 28, 2014

‘Guns for Hire, Death on Demand’: The Permissibility of U.S. Outsourcing of Drone Attacks to Civilian Surrogates of the Armed Forces and Challenges to Traditional Just War Theory

[Translate] ‘Guns for Hire, Death on Demand’: The Permissibility of U.S. Outsourcing of Drone Attacks to Civilian Surrogates of the Armed Forces and Challenges to Traditional Just War Theory Kevin H. Govern Ave Maria School of Law ; California University … Continue reading

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The South African Defence Review (2012) and Private Military/Security Companies (PMSCs): Heralding a Shift from Prohibition to Regulation?

[Translate] The South African Defence Review (2012) and Private Military/Security Companies (PMSCs): Heralding a Shift from Prohibition to Regulation? Laurence Juma Rhodes University – Law James Tsabora Rhodes University December 10, 2013 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4, … Continue reading

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DoD IG Reviews Federal Program to Combat Human Trafficking

[Translate] DoD IG Reviews Federal Program to Combat Human Trafficking June 24, 2014 Last week, the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General (DoD IG) released a report on its multi-year review of DoD’s Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) program. The IG … Continue reading

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Nigerian navy preventing use of armed guards

[Translate] INTERNATIONAL: Nigerian navy preventing use of armed guards by David Osler — last modified Jun 27, 2014 11:21 AM Nigeria’s navy is forcibly preventing the use of security guards from either private military companies or the country’s own police … Continue reading

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