Category Archives: Control

I (won’t) follow you”: the misguided, and dangerous, interpretation of constitutional extraterritoriality in United States v. Ali

I (won’t) follow you”: the misguided, and dangerous, interpretation of constitutional extraterritoriality in United States v. Ali Isaac D. Chaput Washington University Law Review. 91.5 (July 2014): p1293. Not only is United States citizenship a “high privilege,” it is a … Continue reading

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UKRAINE TO LEGALIZE THE ENGAGEMENT OF FOREIGN SOLDIERS

UKRAINE TO LEGALIZE THE ENGAGEMENT OF FOREIGN SOLDIERS WPS: Defense & Security Dmitry Runkevich, Yelena Malai Izvestia (Moscow issue), March 20, 2015, p. 3 23 March 2015 THE SUPREME RADA IS READY TO ALLOW ANYONE TO SERVE IN THE ARMED … Continue reading

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Panama Accredits Maritime Security Firm

Panama Accredits Maritime Security Firm Posted to Michelle Howard Thursday, March 05, 2015 Photo: ESG Global Security The Panama Maritime Authority has accredited ESC Global Security personnel to offer protection aboard Panamanian-registered vessels, in what is thought to mark the … Continue reading

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Government by contract and the structural constitution

Government by contract and the structural constitution Author(s): Kimberly N. Brown Source: Notre Dame Law Review. 87.2 (Dec. 2011): p491. Full Text: Although private parties have performed government functions throughout most of Western history, mainstream administrative law scholarship is dotted … Continue reading

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A contract to transform

A contract to transform William Hooper On February 16, 2015 http://www.oareborough.com The UK government has been shocked by the weaknesses in its commissioning and contract management of services revealed by the G4S and Serco incidents. At a time that both … Continue reading

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Regulating the private security sector in South Africa

Regulating the private security sector in South Africa Author(s): Sabelo Gumedze Source:Social Justice. 34.3-4 (Fall-Winter 2007): p195. Full Text: Introduction THIS ARTICLE SEEKS TO ANALYZE THE SOUTH AFRICAN REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR the private security industry, an object of investigation that, … Continue reading

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Reframing the anti-mercenary norm: private military and security companies and mercenarism

Reframing the anti-mercenary norm: private military and security companies and mercenarism Author(s):Ulrich Petersohn Source:International Journal. 69.4 (Dec. 2014): p475.http://www.internationaljournal.ca/Home/Home.html Full Text: Abstract Since the nineteenth century, the anti-mercenary norm has prohibited violent market actors from participating in combat. Today, however, … Continue reading

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Vertically synchronizing operational contract support

Vertically synchronizing operational contract support Author(s): Ed Keller Defense AT & L. 41.3 (May-June 2012): p12. COPYRIGHT 2012 Defense Acquisition University Press http://www.dau.mil Full Text: The Department of Defense’s reliance on contractors for the conduct of contingency operations can best … Continue reading

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Operational Contract Support: Actions Needed to Enhance the Collection, Integration, and Sharing of Lessons Learned

Operational Contract Support: Actions Needed to Enhance the Collection, Integration, and Sharing of Lessons Learned GAO-15-243: Published: Mar 16, 2015. Publicly Released: Mar 16, 2015. Highlights Recommendations View Report (PDF, 55 pages) Additional Materials: Highlights Page:  (PDF, 1 page) Full Report: … Continue reading

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A Colombian Merc Firm Was the Pentagon’s Shadiest Afghanistan Contractor

Joseph Trevithick on Mar 9 Cesar Mendez Agudelo and 2 others recommended A Colombian Merc Firm Was the Pentagon’s Shadiest Afghanistan Contractor The U.S. military let an allegedly mobbed-up military company take American money … and sensitive information by JOSEPH TREVITHICK & ROBERT … Continue reading

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