Daily Archives: February 7, 2017

How Many More Will Die in Private Prisons Under President Trump?

[Translate] Shutterstock INHUMANE How Many More Will Die in Private Prisons Under President Trump? The Justice Department found a facility holding Mexican nationals had one doctor for 2,300 inmates—and that led to a riot killing a guard. Now the administration … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW Dawn of the Intercontinental Sniper: The Drone’s Cascading Contribution to the Modern Battlefield’s Complexity

[Translate] BOOK REVIEW  Dawn of the Intercontinental Sniper: The Drone’s Cascading Contribution to the Modern Battlefield’s Complexity

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They’re Getting Away with Murder: How the International Criminal Court Can Prosecute U.S. Private Security Contractors for the Nisour Square Tragedy And Why It Should

[Translate] They’re Getting Away with Murder: How the International Criminal Court Can Prosecute U.S. Private Security Contractors for the Nisour Square Tragedy And Why It Should

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After Blackwater: A Mission-Focused Jurisdictional Regime for Private Military Contractors During Contingency Operations

[Translate] After Blackwater: A Mission-Focused Jurisdictional Regime for Private Military Contractors During Contingency Operations

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IF YOU’VE GOT THE MONEY, I’VE GOT THE TIME: THE BENEFITS OF INCENTIVE CONTRACTS WITH PRIVATE PRISONS

[Translate] IF YOU’VE GOT THE MONEY, I’VE GOT THE TIME: THE BENEFITS OF INCENTIVE CONTRACTS WITH PRIVATE PRISONS

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The De-Privatization of American Warfare: How the U.S. Government Used, Regulated, and Ultimately Abandoned Privateering in the Nineteenth Century

[Translate] The De-Privatization of American Warfare: How the U.S. Government Used, Regulated, and Ultimately Abandoned Privateering in the Nineteenth Century

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Shadow Wars

[Translate] Shadow Wars

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Lords of Secrecy: The National Security Elite and America’s Stealth Warfare

[Translate] Lords of Secrecy: The National Security Elite and America’s Stealth Warfare

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CIVILIAN COURT-MARTIAL JURISDICTION AND UNITED STATES V. ALI: A RE-EXAMINATION OF THE HISTORICAL PRACTICE

[Translate] CIVILIAN COURT-MARTIAL JURISDICTION AND UNITED STATES V. ALI: A RE-EXAMINATION OF THE HISTORICAL PRACTICE

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I [WON’T] FOLLOW YOU: THE MISGUIDED, AND DANGEROUS, INTERPRETATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL EXTRATERRITORIALITY IN UNITED STATES V. ALI

[Translate] I [WON’T] FOLLOW YOU: THE MISGUIDED, AND DANGEROUS, INTERPRETATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL EXTRATERRITORIALITY IN UNITED STATES V. ALI

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