Daily Archives: May 17, 2016

International Corporate Criminal Liability for Private Military and Security Companies—A Possibility?

[Translate] International Corporate Criminal Liability for Private Military and Security Companies—A Possibility?

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Law’s Impunity: Responsibility and the Modern Private Military Company

[Translate] Law’s Impunity: Responsibility and the Modern Private Military Company

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To Build or To Buy: Understanding the Determinants of Security Privatization in Developing States

[Translate] To Build or To Buy: Understanding the Determinants of Security Privatization in Developing States

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PRIVATIZATION OF SECURITY – The Outsourcing of Power and Violence

[Translate] PRIVATIZATION OF SECURITY – The Outsourcing of Power and Violence

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Privatised Security and the Challenges to Global Security Governance

[Translate] Privatised Security and the Challenges to Global Security Governance

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THE UNDERBELLY OF GLOBAL SECURITY: SIERRA LEONEAN EX-MILITIAS IN IRAQ

[Translate] THE UNDERBELLY OF GLOBAL SECURITY: SIERRA LEONEAN EX-MILITIAS IN IRAQ Maya Mynster Christensen* ↵*Maya Mynster Christensen (isk-mk03@fak.dk) is an Assistant Professor at the Royal Danish Defence College. The article has greatly benefited from comments by anonymous reviewers and the … Continue reading

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Organizational Structure and Culture in an Era of Privatization: The Case of United States Military and Security Contractors

[Translate] Organizational Structure and Culture in an Era of Privatization: The Case of United States Military and Security Contractors

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U.S. Court Grapples with Abu Ghraib Torture Question: Who Was Responsible—the Torturers or U.S. Military?

[Translate] U.S. Court Grapples with Abu Ghraib Torture Question: Who Was Responsible—the Torturers or U.S. Military? Friday, May 13, 2016 Major General Geoffrey Miller testifies at Abu Ghraib congressional hearing, 2004 (photo: Alex Wong, Getty/AFP) By Larry O’Dell, Associated Press … Continue reading

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Torture is not a policy choice

[Translate] Torture is not a policy choice May 11, 2016 By Zachery Morris Twelve years after horrific photos surfaced of U.S. soldiers torturing Iraqi civilians at Abu Ghraib prison, torture remains headline news. Disturbingly, the focus of this public conversation … Continue reading

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Baghdad embassy shooting: Detained former soldier was investigated over threats, colleague says

[Translate] Baghdad embassy shooting: Detained former soldier was investigated over threats, colleague says Exclusive by Defence Reporter Andrew Greene Updated about an hour ago Photo: A colleague says there was concern about Sun McKay’s behaviour for some time. (ABC) Related … Continue reading

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