Daily Archives: September 21, 2016

How Corruption Defeated Afghan Reconstruction

[Translate]     War Is Boring We go to war so you don’t have to ‘The First Sting,’ by Stuart Brown. Donated to the CIA, the painting shows Afghan Mujaheddin using American singer missiles to down Soviet helicopters. Image via … Continue reading

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After revealing British taxpayers will fund a £2m wall at Calais to keep illegal immigrants out… now we will pay £80m to private security firms to guard FRENCH ports

[Translate] After revealing British taxpayers will fund a £2m wall at Calais to keep illegal immigrants out… now we will pay £80m to private security firms to guard FRENCH ports  The Home Office is advertising for firms to beef up … Continue reading

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Surveillance of the Surveillers: Regulation of the Private Security Industry in South Africa and Kenya

[Translate] Surveillance of the Surveillers   Regulation of the Private Security Industry in South Africa and Kenya

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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

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Strange bedfellows: private military companies and humanitarian organizations

[Translate] Strange bedfellows: private military companies and humanitarian organizations

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Help wanted top guns for dogfights (Canada’s Contracted Airborne Training Services)

[Translate] Help wanted  top guns for dogfights (Canada’s Contracted Airborne Training Services)

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Western drones and African security

[Translate] Western drones and African security

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Privatization of Security as a State-Led and Class-Driven Process: The Case of Turkey

[Translate] Privatization of Security as a State-Led and Class-Driven Process: The Case of Turkey

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