Daily Archives: January 9, 2017

How German History Explains Its Limited Use of Private Security Companies

[Translate] How German History Explains Its Limited Use of Private Security Companies

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SIGAR REPORT: DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION AND MILLIONS OF DOLLARS UNACCOUNTED FOR AT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, PART II

[Translate] SIGAR REPORT: DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION AND MILLIONS OF DOLLARS UNACCOUNTED FOR AT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, PART II

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Afghanistan Reconstruction: Enduring Challenges for the New Administration and Congress

[Translate] Afghanistan Reconstruction: Enduring Challenges for the New Administration and Congress Wednesday, January 11, 2017 10:00 am – 11:30 am CSIS Headquarters Leadership of America’s longest war will soon be handed over to its third presidential administration and a new … Continue reading

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What was the real East India Company? BBC1’s Taboo takes on the formidable corporation

[Translate] What was the real East India Company? BBC1’s Taboo takes on the formidable corporation The truth about the powerful body in the BBC1 drama (no, not Tom Hardy’s) By Huw Fullerton Saturday 7 January 2017 at 6:08PM New BBC1 … Continue reading

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What was the East India Company? Tom Hardy takes on British institution in BBC’s Taboo

[Translate] What was the East India Company? Tom Hardy takes on British institution in BBC’s Taboo Jan 4, 2017 It’s being portrayed as the ‘biggest, baddest multinational corporation on earth’, but what was the true story of the EIC? BBC … Continue reading

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