Category Archives: Control

PLEA FOR PENALTY: REMEDIATING CONTINGENCY CONTRACT OVERSIGHT WITH EXISTING BUT UNDERUTILIZED REGULATORY MECHANISMS

[Translate] PLEA FOR PENALTY: REMEDIATING CONTINGENCY CONTRACT OVERSIGHT WITH EXISTING BUT UNDERUTILIZED REGULATORY MECHANISMS

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OUT OF REACH: IMPROVING THE SYSTEM TO DETER AND ADDRESS CRIMINAL ACTS COMMITTED BY CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES ACCOMPANYING ARMED FORCES OVERSEAS

[Translate] OUT OF REACH: IMPROVING THE SYSTEM TO DETER AND ADDRESS CRIMINAL ACTS COMMITTED BY CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES ACCOMPANYING ARMED FORCES OVERSEAS

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Is It Ethical for States to Prevent Their Citizens from Working as TCN Military and Security Contractors?

[Translate] Is It Ethical for States to Prevent Their Citizens from Working as TCN Military and Security Contractors?

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Nigerian Navy makes a stand on embarked armed guards

[Translate] News | 12 Oct 2017 Nigerian Navy makes a stand on embarked armed guards Nigeria The Nigerian Navy finally have now officially, clearly and unambiguously stated that the Memorandum of Understanding is NOT about embarking armed guards on client vessels. … Continue reading

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Defense bill leashes Afghanistan watchdog

[Translate] Since he took over at SIGAR in 2012, John Sopko has uncovered many genuine problems in the U.S. mission in Afghanistan, especially when it comes to security-related projects. | Charles Dharapak/AP Defense bill leashes Afghanistan watchdog By NAHAL TOOSI … Continue reading

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The politics of whitelisting: Regulatory work and typologies in commercial security

[Translate] The politics of whitelisting: Regulatory work and typologies in commercial security

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SIMPLIFYING INHERENTLY GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS: CREATING A PRINCIPLED APPROACH FROM ITS AD HOC BEGINNINGS

[Translate] SIMPLIFYING INHERENTLY GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS: CREATING A PRINCIPLED APPROACH FROM ITS AD HOC BEGINNINGS

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Inherently Governmental Functions: A Bright Line Rule Obscured by the Fog of War

[Translate] Inherently Governmental Functions: A Bright Line Rule Obscured by the Fog of War

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Africa: Private Security in Africa – Time to Regulate the Bad and Harness the Good

[Translate] Africa: Private Security in Africa – Time to Regulate the Bad and Harness the Good analysis By Julie Berg, University of Cape Town A familiar scene plays itself out daily whenever I visit my local 24-hour convenience store in … Continue reading

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The Second Largest Force: Private Military Contractors & State Responsibility

[Translate] The Second Largest Force: Private Military Contractors & State Responsibility

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