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Draken International

[Translate] February 22, 2018 http://link.defenseone.com/view/54cbd68a3b35d0793d8ca5767bz1r.mzj/a987ed4a Past the pig and goat farms at the end of a one-lane road in Lakeland, Florida, mechanics are fixing up old warplanes inside a white hangar. Some of the jets are in pieces, with tails … Continue reading

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U.S. Intelligence Crisis Poses a Threat to the World (Part 1)

[Translate] U.S. Intelligence Crisis Poses a Threat to the World (Part 1) February 11, 2018 Save Privatized and politicized intelligence is undermining the mission of providing unbiased information to both high-level decision makers and the American public, explains George Eliason … Continue reading

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A Crisis in Intelligence: Unthinkable Consequences of Outsourcing U.S. Intel (Part 3)

[Translate] A Crisis in Intelligence: Unthinkable Consequences of Outsourcing U.S. Intel (Part 3) February 18, 2018 Save Privatized intelligence operations have become a favored practice of the U.S. and other Western governments, but the tactics of so-called spies for hire … Continue reading

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Outsourcing Intel: How Intel-for-Hire Undermines U.S. Intelligence

[Translate] Outsourcing Intel: How Intel-for-Hire Undermines U.S. Intelligence Published: February 13, 2018 Source: Consortium News In 2016, Tim Shorrock wrote an article describing the five intelligence giants that control domestic policy, foreign policy, military, and civilian leaders with the products they sell. … Continue reading

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Private Military / Security Companies, Privatisation of Violence and National Security: Implications for Democratic Governance in Nigeria

[Translate] Private Military / Security Companies, Privatisation of Violence and National Security: Implications for Democratic Governance in Nigeria

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The ethical legitimacy of military outsourcing

[Translate] Defence-In-Depth Research from the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London The ethical legitimacy of military outsourcing ROBERT PARR is currently a PhD Student with the Defence Studies Department of King’s College London. Increased levels of uptake from the commercial security … Continue reading

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The New Military Revolution-From Mercenaries to Outsourcing

[Translate] The New Military Revolution-From Mercenaries to Outsourcing  

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Shadow Soldiering: Shifting Constellations and Permeable Boundaries in” Private” Security Contracting

[Translate] Shadow Soldiering: Shifting Constellations and Permeable Boundaries in” Private” Security Contracting 

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Contract Workers, Risk, and the War in Iraq: Sierra Leonean Labor Migrants at US Military Bases

[Translate] Contract Workers, Risk, and the War in Iraq: Sierra Leonean Labor Migrants at US Military Bases 

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Leaked Memo: Trump Admin to Boost Use of Private Prisons While Slashing Federal Staff

[Translate] Leaked Memo: Trump Admin to Boost Use of Private Prisons While Slashing Federal Staff By Eric Katz January 25, 2018 18 Comments

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