Daily Archives: September 4, 2015

How tolerant is zero tolerance? The loopholes in anti-trafficking federal contract regulations

[Translate] How tolerant is zero tolerance? The loopholes in anti-trafficking federal contract regulations Full Text: I. Introduction II. Background A. Forced Labor as a Form of Human Trafficking 1. Obstacles to Eradicating Forced Labor 2. Forced Labor in Federal Contracting … Continue reading

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The new wages of war – devaluing death and injury: conceptualizing duty and employment in combat zones

[Translate] Stanford Law & Policy Review Winter 2011: 217+ The new wages of war – devaluing death and injury: conceptualizing duty and employment in combat zones I. INTRODUCTION: THE NEW WAR-LABOR PARADIGM My study explores the growing interface between civilian … Continue reading

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The regulation of private military and security contractors

[Translate] The regulation of private military and security contractors Full Text: This panel was convened at 9:00 am, Friday, April 5, by its moderator, Andrew Clapham of the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, who introduced the panelists: Faiza … Continue reading

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Outsourcing a war: what you get for your mercenary dollar

[Translate] Outsourcing a war: what you get for your mercenary dollar Waite, Gerald. “Outsourcing a war: what you get for your mercenary dollar.” International Journal on World Peace 31.4 (2014): 81+. Full Text: Outsourcing is a means of enlisting private … Continue reading

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Review of Mercenaries in Asymmetric Conflicts

[Translate]  African Studies Quarterly 15.3 (2015): 72+. Full Text: Scott Fitzsimmons. 2013. Mercenaries in Asymmetric Conflicts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 340 pp. In a case of art imitating life, the film The Wild Geese (1978) generated an image of mercenaries … Continue reading

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