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Security Privitisation with Chinese Characteristics: The Role of Chinese Private Security Corporations in Protecting Outbound Investments and Citizens

Security Privitisation with Chinese Characteristics: The Role of Chinese Private Security Corporations in Protecting Outbound Investments and Citizens

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China’s Managed Market for Force

China’s Managed Market for Force

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Erik Prince: Energizer Bunny

Published on March 29th, 2016 | by David Isenberg Erik Prince: Energizer Bunny by David Isenberg One has to give credit to Erik Dean Prince, the controversial co-founder and former head of the private security company once known as Blackwater. … Continue reading

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Call for comments on the proposed Ethics Code amendments

Call for comments on the proposed Ethics Code amendments Public comment is requested on language to revise Standard 3.04 of the Ethics Code. As part of the work of the association to implement changes in the wake of the Hoffman … Continue reading

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The anti-terrorist security priority of China in Africa

Google Translation The anti-terrorist security priority of China in Africa [26 December 2015] • François Danjou Erik Prince, 46 former special forces officer in the US Navy and close to the CIA, the complex personality, created in 1997, at age … Continue reading

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Private security companies struggle to go abroad due to legal restrictions

Private security companies struggle to go abroad due to legal restrictions By Liu Xin Source:Global Times Published: 2015-12-23 20:58:01 A female trainee from a Beijing-based bodyguard training camp practices her skills on November 17, 2013. Photo: CFP Chinese enterprises’ demand … Continue reading

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China’s Managed Market for Force

China’s Managed Market for Force

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Man of mettle’s African mission

Man of mettle’s African mission China Daily-Europe Weekly By Chen Yingqun 23 January 2015 Former owner of controversial military firm now has other fish to fry Erik Prince needs no uniform or medals to display his military credentials. Once you … Continue reading

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Stampede Highlights China’s Reliance on Outsourcing Security

Stampede Highlights China’s Reliance on Outsourcing Security New Year’s Eve Tragedy in Shanghai Puts Focus on Practice of Contracting Out Security ENLARGE Shanghai police stood guard this week at the riverfront area where several people were killed in a stampede … Continue reading

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A trainee bodyguard in China gets a bottle smashed across her head

Features; Opinion Column A trainee bodyguard in China gets a bottle smashed across her head London Evening Standard By Charles Saatchi 14 August 2014, In the latest in his series on striking images, our columnist looks at the worldwide rise … Continue reading

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