Category Archives: Control

Reining in Soldiers of Fortune

The Opinion Pages | Op-Ed Contributor Reining in Soldiers of Fortune By SEAN MCFATE  APRIL 17, 2015 WASHINGTON — Ten years ago, I found myself in Burundi, sipping a Coke with the country’s president, the American ambassador and the president’s … Continue reading

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Greed and control: the history and content of the international anti-mercenary normmore

Greed and control: the history and content of the international anti-mercenary norm

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Soft-Law Guidelines for Maritime Security Compliance

[Exclusive] Soft-Law Guidelines for Maritime Security Compliance   By MarEx 2015-02-15 17:54:13 By Simon O. Williams, BA, LLM Despite global regulation grounded in the international Law of the Sea (specifically, UNCLOS) and a myriad of coastal, port and flag state … Continue reading

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Private Military Companies “The Market For Force” Toward International Regulatory and Control Framework

Private Military Companies “The Market For Force”: Toward International Regulatory and Control Framework Subjects: Economic growth, development, planning, Industries. Land use. Labor, Social Sciences, Economics, Business and Economics, Economic growth, development, planning, Industries. Land use. Labor, Social Sciences, Economics, Business … Continue reading

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Supervision Without Vision: Risk Governance and PMSCs

  Supervision Without Vision: Risk Governance and PMSCs Lucas Roorda URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-101428 Abstract In the past two decades, private military and security companies (PMSCs) have become important actors in the international sphere, in armed conflict as well as in law enforcement. … Continue reading

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G4S death: ex-CEO admits ‘systemic failures’ in vetting process

G4S death: ex-CEO admits ‘systemic failures’ in vetting process The security multinational G4S has admitted systemic failures in its vetting procedures led to the murder of one of its security guards by another in Iraq six years ago. Former company … Continue reading

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Can Self-Regulation Work? Lessons from the Private Security and Military Industry

Can Self-Regulation Work? Lessons from the Private Security and Military Industry

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Armor Central Contractor Registration Check, December 2, 2003

Armor Central Contractor Registration Check, December 2, 2003 

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Armor Contractor Verification Check, December 3, 2003

Armor Contractor Verification Check, December 3, 2003

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Accountability and Control of Materiel Assets of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Kuwait

Accountability and Control of Materiel Assets of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Kuwait

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