Category Archives: Colombia

Chancery Keeps Alive Lloyd’s Chemical Spray Liability Fight

[Translate] Chancery Keeps Alive Lloyd’s Chemical Spray Liability Fight By Jeff Montgomery Law360, Wilmington (April 8, 2016, 4:30 PM ET) — Delaware’s Chancery Court has refused to toss a bid by Lloyd’s underwriters for retroactive revision of decades-old insurance policies … Continue reading

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When Crime Pays for Private Military Contractors

[Translate] Published on March 2nd, 2016 | by David Isenberg 1 When Crime Pays for Private Military Contractors by David Isenberg Everyone has heard the old cliché that crime pays. But criminals are not the only ones who make the … Continue reading

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Above the Law, Under the Radar: A History of Private Contractors and Aerial Fumigation in Colombia

[Translate] Above the Law, Under the Radar: A History of Private Contractors and Aerial Fumigation in Colombia

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Privatising the War on Drugs: PMSCs in Colombia and Mexico

[Translate] Privatising the War on Drugs: PMSCs in Colombia and Mexico February 8, 2016 · by Antoine Perret This article is part of the Remote Control Warfare series, a collaboration with Remote Control, a project of the Network for Social Change hosted … Continue reading

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Colombian Government Upset as Top Soldiers Get Recruited to the Middle East

[Translate] Colombian Government Upset as Top Soldiers Get Recruited to the Middle East Ma. Elena | staff@latinopost.com Jan 04, 2016 06:00 AM EST 401487 02: Colombian soldiers stand guard during President Andres Pastranas visit to the former Revolutionary Armed Forces … Continue reading

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Private military firms as instruments of U.S. foreign policy the case of Colombia

[Translate] Private military firms as instruments of U.S. foreign policy the case of Colombia

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Recruiting Mercenaries for Middle East Fuels Rancor in Colombia

[Translate] Recruiting Mercenaries for Middle East Fuels Rancor in Colombia Matthew Bristow Nafeesa Syeed NafeesaSyeed December 31, 2015 — 12:01 AM EST An army parade in Bogota, Colombia. Photographer: Oscar Sanabria/CON via Getty Images Defense minister says Saudi, U.A.E. won’t … Continue reading

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Recruiting mercenaries for Middle East fuels rancor in Colombia

[Translate] Recruiting mercenaries for Middle East fuels rancor in Colombia Matthew Bristow, Nafeesa Syeed and BloombergBloomberg BOGOTA _ Colombia’s government is frustrated at having its top soldiers lured to the Middle East as mercenaries for Saudi Arabia and the United … Continue reading

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The United Arab Emirates has deployed a team of Colombian mercenaries to fight in Yemen

[Translate] The United Arab Emirates has deployed a team of Colombian mercenaries to fight in Yemen Jeremy Bender Dec. 1, 2015, 3:46 PM  Thomson ReutersHouthi militants secure the site of Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen’s capital Sanaa See Also The … Continue reading

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Retired Colombian soldiers in global mercenary forces

[Translate] Retired Colombian soldiers in global mercenary forces Michelle Begue @mbegue Retired Colombian soldiers in global mercenary forces   December 8, 2015 After 50 years of armed conflict, many say Colombian soldiers are “experts”, especially when it comes to fighting … Continue reading

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