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Mission Accomplishment through Outsourcing

Mission Accomplishment through Outsourcing

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Overseas Contingency Operations: Observations on the Use of Force Management Levels in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria

Overseas Contingency Operations: Observations on the Use of Force Management Levels in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria GAO-17-246T: Published: Dec 1, 2016. Publicly Released: Dec 1, 2016. … Increased Use of Contractors and Personnel on Temporary Duty. DOD relies on contractors … Continue reading

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Private Intelligence Contracting in Syria: Can the Department of Defense Outsource Intelligence Analysis?

University of Baltimore Law Review Private Intelligence Contracting in Syria: Can the Department of Defense Outsource Intelligence Analysis? November 11, 2016  By University of Baltimore Law Review Staff  Tagged: Federal, Military Intelligence Private Intelligence Contracting in Syria:  Can the Department of … Continue reading

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Trump Sets Private Prisons Free

The Financial Page December 5, 2016 Issue Trump Sets Private Prisons Free The incarceration industry was having a tough time. Then Trump got elected. By James Surowiecki Illustration by Christoph Niemann Going into Election Day, few industries seemed in worse … Continue reading

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Will Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Be a “Cash Machine” for Military & Private Prison Contractors?

Will Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Be a “Cash Machine” for Military & Private Prison Contractors? November 11, 2016 Watch Full Show Guests William Hartung director of the Arms and Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Seth Freed Wessler reporter … Continue reading

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Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying To Destroy America

Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying To Destroy America by James E. Mitchell Ph.D. (Author), Bill Harlow (Author)  In the dark days immediately after 9/11, the CIA turned to Dr. James Mitchell to help … Continue reading

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The Private Sector Role in Offensive Cyber Operations: Benefits, Issues and Challenges

The Private Sector Role in Offensive Cyber Operations: Benefits, Issues and Challenges Irving Lachow Stanford University June 15, 2016 Abstract: This paper explores the role that companies play in supporting offensive cyber operations. It finds that contractors play critical roles … Continue reading

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Cultural Heritage, Human Rights and the Privatisation of War

Cultural Heritage, Human Rights and the Privatisation of War Ana Filipa Vrdoljak University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law October 19, 2015 Heritage, Culture and Rights: Challenging Legal Discourses. Ed. A. Durbach and L. Lixinski. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2016. Abstract: … Continue reading

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Privatizing Security, Securitizing Policing: The Case of the G20 in Toronto, Canada

Privatizing Security, Securitizing Policing:  The Case of the G20 in Toronto, Canada

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Privatizing the struggle against Somali piracy

Privatizing the struggle against Somali piracy

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