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Erik Prince Weighing Senate Bid While Tackling Xinjiang Security Challenge

[Translate] Erik Prince Weighing Senate Bid While Tackling Xinjiang Security Challenge October 17, 2017 – 11:43am, by Rune Steenberg Reyhe China United States EurasiaNet Analysis A train in Xingjian. Last December, it was announced that Erik Prince’s Frontier Services Group … Continue reading

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“Frontier Risk” and the Sino-American Scramble in the Sahel

[Translate] “Frontier Risk” and the Sino-American Scramble in the Sahel Eric Covey From: American Quarterly Volume 69, Number 3, September 2017 pp. 653-673 | 10.1353/aq.2017.0055 AbstractAbstract: While the Pacific—especially the South China Sea—has often been imagined as a possible site … Continue reading

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative Security Needs: The Evolution of Chinese Private Security Companies

[Translate] China’s Belt and Road Initiative Security Needs: The Evolution of Chinese Private Security Companies

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Erik Prince Weighing Senate Bid While Tackling Xinjiang Security Challengehttp://www.eurasianet.org/node/85571

[Translate] Erik Prince Weighing Senate Bid While Tackling Xinjiang Security Challenge October 17, 2017 – 11:43am, by Rune Steenberg Reyhe China United States EurasiaNet Analysis A train in Xingjian. Last December, it was announced that Erik Prince’s Frontier Services Group … Continue reading

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This Pen Is the Weapon of Choice for China’s Elite Bodyguards

[Translate] This Pen Is the Weapon of Choice for China’s Elite Bodyguards There’s a functional pen inside, but on the other end (where the actual tip of the pen should be), there’s a sharp point, almost unnoticeable, that can be … Continue reading

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This Pen Is the Weapon of Choice for China’s Elite Bodyguards

[Translate] This Pen Is the Weapon of Choice for China’s Elite Bodyguards There’s a functional pen inside, but on the other end (where the actual tip of the pen should be), there’s a sharp point, almost unnoticeable, that can be … Continue reading

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Securitizing China’s Interests: Can Chinese Private Military Contractors Replace the PLA?

[Translate] Chad J. McNeeley World News /02 Sep 2017 Paulo Duarte Securitizing China’s Interests: Can Chinese Private Military Contractors Replace the PLA? China’s panoply of economic interests around the world (including in politically unstable regions) generates a set of security … Continue reading

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The privatization of security and the limits of non-interference

[Translate] Google translation Home Columnists The privatization of security and the limits of non-interference The privatization of security and the limits of non-interference July 20, 2017 Original URL: https://www.sociedademilitar.com.br/wp/2017/07/a-privatizacao-da-seguranca-e-os-limites-da-nao-interferencia.html The privatization of security and the limits of non-interference   Paulo … Continue reading

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Erik Prince’s Afghanistan Plan Could Boost His Company — And China

[Translate] Erik Prince’s Afghanistan Plan Could Boost His Company — And China By Josh Keefe @thejoshkeefe On 08/09/17 AT 1:44 PM Blackwater founder Erik Prince, the brother of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, has been promoting a plan in major media … Continue reading

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Local, global security firms in race along China’s ‘Silk Road’

[Translate] Business News | Mon Apr 24, 2017 | 7:32am EDT Local, global security firms in race along China’s ‘Silk Road’ Chinese national Jack Wang, a security trainer at the Chinese-run Deway Security Group leads a Kenyan security guard in … Continue reading

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