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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Daily Kos The war in Afghanistan enters Joseph Heller territory by Laurence Lewis Sun Nov 28, 2010 at 04:02:04 PM PST Earlier this month, it was reported that one of the largest U.S. government contractors in Afghanistan was being fined … Continue reading
Nov. 29, 2010 Copyright C Las Vegas Review-Journal SEVEN WEEKS IN PRISON: Nevada National Guard member arrested in UAE for carrying firearms parts Facebook group campaigning for soldier’s release By KRISTI JOURDAN LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Nicholas Moody called his mother, … Continue reading
SA mercenary legislation remains toothless South Africa remains a major exporter of mercenaries and security contractors, say security industry sources, yet legislation signed by Thabo Mbeki in 2007 to prevent this remains unenforced.The 2006 Prohibition of Mercenary Activities and Regulation … Continue reading
L-3 lands $24.1 million Navy contract by Traci DeLore 11/29/2010 11:51:00 AM BINGHAMTON – L-3 Communications Link Simulation & Training division, which has a plant in Binghamton, won a $24.1 million contract from the U.S. Navy to provide the Kuwait … Continue reading
International Code of Conduct for private security providers: a multi-stakeholder Initiative of the 21st century?
International Code of Conduct for private security providers: a multi-stakeholder Initiative of the 21st century? 24 November 2010 | by by Nils Rosemann, Desk Human Security and Business, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
EODT awarded a task order by the Kandahar Regional Contracting Center to perform security services at FOB Lindsey Deuce in Kandahar, Afghanistan
EODT awarded a task order by the Kandahar Regional Contracting Center to perform security services at FOB Lindsey Deuce in Kandahar, Afghanistan LENOIR CITY, TN (November 29, 2010) – EOD Technology, Inc. (EODT) has been awarded a task order by … Continue reading
New Humanitarians? Private Military and Security Companies Jutta Joachim & Andrea Schneiker Institute of Political Science Leibniz University Hannover Germany
To paraphrase the Hollies, He Ain’t Heavy, He’s my “New Humanitarian.” A Rose by any Other Name Would Smell Like a “New Humanitarian Huffington Post Posted: November 28, 2010 09:44 PM By David Isenberg
Huffington Post Posted: November 27, 2010 11:54 PM By David Isenberg PMSC: They’re Not Just for the United States
A Re-evaluation of the Corporate Warrior in the Twenty-first Century By William Dill and D Paul Graham 24 Nov 2010 Has the private military contractor or private security company, in different guises, existed for hundreds if not thousands of years? … Continue reading