Daily Archives: October 12, 2015

From combat to non-combat action: Private military and security companies and humanitarian assistance operations in Darfur, Sudan

[Translate] From combat to non-combat action: Private military and security companies and humanitarian assistance operations in Darfur, Sudan

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Gaming the state: consequences of contracting out state building in Afghanistan

[Translate] Gaming the state: consequences of contracting out state building in Afghanistan

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The occupations of regulators influence occupational regulation: evidence from the US private security industry

[Translate] The occupations of regulators influence occupational regulation: evidence from the US private security industry

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Private Military and Security Companies in UN Missions

[Translate] Private Military and Security Companies in UN Missions

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Securing the security

[Translate] Securing the security

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All for one and one in all: private military security companies as soldiers, business managers and humanitarians

[Translate] All for one and one in all: private military security companies as soldiers, business managers and humanitarians

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Spain’s Fight Against Maritime Piracy: The Legitimacy of Maritime Security Governance

[Translate] Spain’s Fight Against Maritime Piracy: The Legitimacy of Maritime Security Governance

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Citizenship and the contracting out of military work: from national conscription to globalized recruitment

[Translate] Citizenship and the contracting out of military work:  from national conscription to globalized recruitment

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Wielding a very long, people-intensive spear: inherently governmental functions and the role of contractors in U.S. Department of Defense unmanned aircraft systems missions

[Translate] Wielding a very long, people-intensive spear: inherently governmental functions and the role of contractors in U.S. Department of Defense unmanned aircraft systems missions

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‘Acting like chameleons’: On the McDonaldization of private security

[Translate] ‘Acting like chameleons’: On the McDonaldization of private security

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