Daily Archives: February 6, 2018

Simulating, marketing, and playing war: US–Jordanian military collaboration and the politics of commercial security

[Translate] Simulating, marketing, and playing war: US–Jordanian military collaboration and the politics of commercial security

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Who speaks for the European border security industry? A network analysis

[Translate] Who speaks for the European border security industry? A network analysis

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Between security and military identities: The case of Israeli security experts

[Translate] Between security and military identities: The case of Israeli security experts Abstract The relationship between private security professionals and the military in Israel is complex. While there is growing attention to the fact that security and military actors and … Continue reading

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‘Cry “HAVOC!” and Let Slip the Dogs of War’: Regulating Private Military and Security Companies

[Translate] ‘Cry “HAVOC!” and Let Slip the Dogs of War’: Regulating Private Military and Security Companies

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Blackwater and the Corporate Mercenaries who’ve changed the rules of war

[Translate] Blackwater and the Corporate Mercenaries who’ve changed the rules of war No matter what they call themselves, they are soldiers of fortune and now quietly operate around the world. Emily Ludolf / Occupy,com / News Report – February 1, … Continue reading

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