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VIEWPOINT: What Defense Contractors Owe Employees Serving in Danger Zones

[Translate] VIEWPOINT: What Defense Contractors Owe Employees Serving in Danger Zones 9/15/2017 By James Gulliksen A civilian contractor explains to Iraqi soldiers how to look for an improvised explosive device buried in the ground. Photo: Defense Dept. On Nov. 12, 2016, … Continue reading

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Blackwater USA – The Success and Failures of the Worlds Most Powerful Mercenary Army in the War on Terror

[Translate] Blackwater USA – The Success and Failures of the Worlds Most Powerful Mercenary Army in the War on Terror

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Rethinking the Role and Regulation of Private Military Companies: What the United States and United Kingdom Can Learn from Shared Experiences in the War on Terror

[Translate] Rethinking the Role and Regulation of Private Military Companies: What the United States and United Kingdom Can Learn from Shared Experiences in the War on Terror

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The Importance of Defining War: Terrorism, Torture, Humanitarian Intervention and Private Military Companies

[Translate] The Importance of Defining War: Terrorism, Torture, Humanitarian Intervention and Private Military Companies

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LET PRIVATEERS TROLL FOR BIN LADEN

[Translate] LET PRIVATEERS TROLL FOR BIN LADEN

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Antiterrorism and Foreign Mercenary Act

[Translate] Antiterrorism and Foreign Mercenary Act

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The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Boko Haram

[Translate] The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Boko Haram Eeben Barlow February 1, 2017 Africa, Central Africa, Features, Security, Southern Africa Smoldering cars and buildings product of a suicide bombing attempt by Boko Haram. Photo courtesy of the Diariocrítico … Continue reading

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Civilians on the Battlefield: By Using U.S. Civilians in the War on Terror, Is the Pot Calling the Kettle Black

[Translate] Civilians on the Battlefield: By Using U.S. Civilians in the War on Terror, Is the Pot Calling the Kettle Black

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Blackwater vs. bin Laden: The Private Sector’s Role in American Counterterrorism

[Translate] Blackwater vs. bin Laden: The Private Sector’s Role in American Counterterrorism

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Operation rent seeking: how the war on terrorism became a business model

[Translate] Operation rent seeking: how the war on terrorism became a business model Mike Lofgren Washington Monthly. 47.3-5 (March-May 2015): p51. Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2015 Washington Monthly Company http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/ Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War by James Risen Houghton … Continue reading

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