Daily Archives: November 22, 2017

THE DEFENSE BASE ACT: WAR RISK SYNDROME

[Translate] THE DEFENSE BASE ACT: WAR RISK SYNDROME Bromley, C Jason. Public Contract Law Journal; Chicago Vol. 46, Iss. 4,  (Summer 2017): 717-751. Full text preview I. Introduction………………………….. 718 II. Background……………………………. 720

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Is It Ethical for States to Prevent Their Citizens from Working as TCN Military and Security Contractors?

[Translate] Is It Ethical for States to Prevent Their Citizens from Working as TCN Military and Security Contractors?

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The Evolution of Private Force

[Translate] The Evolution of Private Force

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Shadow Soldiering: Shifting Constellations and Permeable Boundaries in “Private” Security Contracting

[Translate] Shadow Soldiering: Shifting Constellations and Permeable Boundaries in “Private” Security Contracting  Maya Mynster Christensen Keywords: ethnography; private security contractors; Sierra Leone; soldiering Published (Print): 01 Jun 2017 Article Type: Research Article Pages: 24–41 Purchase article (USD $30.00) Abstract Contemporary … Continue reading

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Challenging the State: The Sandline Affair in Papua New Guinea

[Translate] Challenging the State: The Sandline Affair in Papua New Guinea 

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Private Military and Security Companies and States: Force Divided

[Translate] Private Military and Security Companies and States: Force Divided

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UN’s Use of Private Military and Security Companies in Peacekeeping Operations – Is There a Legal Basis?

[Translate] UN’s Use of Private Military and Security Companies in Peacekeeping Operations – Is There a Legal Basis?

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Private military and security companies policy in Africa: regional policy stasis as agency in international politics

[Translate] Private military and security companies policy in Africa: regional policy stasis as agency in international politics Tshepo T. Gwatiwa Abstract The purpose of this article is to explain the policy stasis around private security regulation in Africa. Africa is … Continue reading

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Private military companies in Africa: The dark horses of security outsourcing

[Translate] Private military companies in Africa: The dark horses of security outsourcing  

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Crime, insecurity and corruption: Considering the growth of urban private security

[Translate] Crime, insecurity and corruption: Considering the growth of urban private security Jeff Garmany, Ana Paula Galdeano First Published October 25, 2017 Research Article Abstract We call into question the growing presence of private security companies (PSCs) in cities throughout … Continue reading

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