Daily Archives: February 8, 2018

A bright future for PMSC contractors

[Translate] Google translation – A bright future for PMSC contractors 21 April 2017 of Pietro Orizio in Security Analysis From all over the world confirmations of a rosy future come for the Private Military & Security Companies. The most striking … Continue reading

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Article Review 78 on “Buyer Beware: How Market Structure Affects Contracting and Company Performance in Private Military Industry.”

[Translate] Article Review 78 on “Buyer Beware: How Market Structure Affects Contracting and Company Performance in Private Military Industry.” May 26, 2017 by Joanna Spear· Charles Mahoney sets out to answer the question “why do some markets for private defense … Continue reading

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Private militære sikkerhetsselskaper-kontroversielle aktører i dagens konflikter

[Translate] Private militære sikkerhetsselskaper-kontroversielle aktører i dagens konflikter 

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Human Capital Needs for the Department of Defense: Operational Contract Support Planning and Integration Workforce

[Translate] Human Capital Needs for the Department of Defense Operational Contract Support Planning and Integration Workforce

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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 Benjamin Schuetze First Published July 14, 2017 Research Article Download PDF Article information  Abstract The King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) was financed … Continue reading

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The Governance of Private Security

[Translate] The Governance of Private Security 1st ed. 2018 Edition by Marco Boggero (Author) This book offers new insights and original empirical research on private military and security companies (PMSCs), including China’s negotiation approach to governance, an account of Nigeria’s … Continue reading

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The ethical legitimacy of military outsourcing

[Translate] Defence-In-Depth Research from the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London The ethical legitimacy of military outsourcing ROBERT PARR is currently a PhD Student with the Defence Studies Department of King’s College London. Increased levels of uptake from the commercial security … Continue reading

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