Monthly Archives: February 2016

Proposed FAR Rule Asks for Contractor Representation on “Internal Confidentiality Agreements”

[Translate] Proposed FAR Rule Asks for Contractor Representation on “Internal Confidentiality Agreements” Steptoe & Johnson LLP USA February 18 2016 A new proposed Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) rule issued on January 22, 2016, seeks to ensure that employees and subcontractors … Continue reading

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Challenges to Effective Oversight of Afghanistan Reconstruction Grow as High-Risk Areas Persist

[Translate] Challenges to Effective Oversight of Afghanistan Reconstruction Grow as High-Risk Areas Persist Today, SIGAR submitted at statement for the record to the Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on the Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs, U.S. Senate for … Continue reading

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Afghanistan and the Privatisation of Security in the Czech Republic

[Translate] Afghanistan and the Privatisation of Security in the Czech Republic

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Contracted Leadership: The Challenges of Military Command within the Arena of Private Contractors

[Translate] Contracted Leadership: The Challenges of Military Command within the Arena of Private Contractors Dr. John Riley Kutztown University Spring 2015 Journal of Character & Leadership Integration, Spring 2015 Abstract: The military’s dramatically increased reliance on private contractors is creating … Continue reading

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Hell or High Water. The Use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel On Board Merchant Vessels

[Translate] Thesis University of Iceland Hell or High Water. The Use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel On Board Merchant Vessels Author Edda María Sveinsdóttir 1989 Advisor

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Cultural Heritage, Human Rights and the Privatisation of War

[Translate] Cultural Heritage, Human Rights and the Privatisation of War Ana Filipa Vrdoljak University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law October 19, 2015 Heritage, Culture and Rights: Challenging Legal Discourses. Ed. A. Durbach and L. Lixinski. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2016. … Continue reading

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The Business of Migration Control: Delegating Migration Control Functions to Private Actors

[Translate] The Business of Migration Control: Delegating Migration Control Functions to Private Actors Tendayi Bloom Global Policy, 2015, vol. 6, issue 2, pages 151-157 Abstract: type=”graphical” xml:id=”gpol12188-abs-0002″> The developing Business of Migration Control is large and growing, yet its impacts … Continue reading

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Netting the Empire: Relationships and US Roles Governing Small Arms and Military and Security Services

[Translate] Netting the Empire: Relationships and US Roles Governing Small Arms and Military and Security Services Deborah Avant University of Denver June 15, 2015 Political Networks Workshops & Conference 2015 Abstract: The US roles in the governance trajectories of small … Continue reading

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FY2016, 1st Quarter – CONTRACTOR SUPPORT OF U.S. OPERATIONS IN THE USCENTCOM AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

[Translate] FY2016, 1st Quarter – CONTRACTOR SUPPORT OF U.S. OPERATIONS IN THE USCENTCOM AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

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You Will Find This Iraq War Story Very Hard to Stomach

[Translate] You Will Find This Iraq War Story Very Hard to Stomach A few words about the burn pits.​ Getty Brent Lewis By Charles P. Pierce Feb 19, 2016 If you read no other interview, read the one in Salon … Continue reading

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