GardaWorld Awarded First "Peace Prize" from the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East for its Work in Iraq. First Security Company in the World to be Awarded International Peace Prize. GardaWorld, May 14, 2007. Unfortunately, we were unable to preserve this document for posterity. [Inactive original link preserved for research purposes: http://new.marketwire.com/2.0/release.do?id=651642]
Alice Lipowicz, staff writer Washington Technology. Online Forum - Contractor scrutiny.
Online Q&A in light of the allegatiosn by House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (Rep. D-Calif.) of February 8, 2007 (TEXT html) , that Booz Allen Hamilton Inc may be involved in a “significant conflict of interest” in a Homeland Security Department contract. March 7, 2007: TEXT (html)
Billions Wasted In Iraq?
U.S. Official Says Oversight Was "Nonexistent".
60 Minutes: This story originally aired
on 12 February 2006 (transcript). http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/02/09/60minutes/main1302378.shtml
Business on the Battlefield. The Role
of Private Military Companies. By
Mafruza Khan. GJF's Corporate Research E-Letter
No. 30, December 2002.
Conflict, Inc.: Selling the Art of War.
A video produced on 7 December 1997. Umerous
private companies have stepped into the
power vacuum created by the end of the Cold
War who are willing to undertake military
activities traditionally the realm of governments.
Featured Experts: Herbert Howe, David Isenberg,
and Lt Gen Ed Soyster. Transcript of the
The Dangers of Privatising Risk Management
of Investments in Africa. Mining Activities
and the use of Private Security Companies.
Memorandum submitted to the Special Rapporteur
on the use of Mercenaries of the Human Rights
Commission of the United Nations, Mr. Enrique
Bernales Ballesteros. Presented by The Working
Group on Human Rights in Congo/Kinshasa,
Development and Peace, and MiningWatch Canada.
Montreal, February 2000. http://www.miningwatch.ca/documents/Memorandum-final.pdf
A. "Principales Zones de Gisements"
(JPEG map of mineral resources from Le
Monde Diplomatique). http://www.miningwatch.ca/documents/Annexe_A.jpg
B. "Mining investment in areas of
conflict: the case of the Democratic Republic
of Congo"(March 8,2000). http://www.miningwatch.ca/documents/Annexe%20B.pdf
Guarding the Multinationals. DSL and
the International Private "Security" Business.
By Pratap Chatterjee Multinational Monitor,
March 1998. http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/New_World_Order/GuardingMultinationals.html
The Military Outsourcing Commitment. By Marvin Leibstone, an article from BlackEnterprise.com, 21 July 2005.
By Raenette Taljaard. YaleGlobal, 9 December
2003. A publication of the Yale Center for
the Study of Globalization. http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/display.article?id=2978
La proliferación de ejércitos privados
en el Tercer Mundo. El portal "Iberoamérica y
el Mundo". http://www.argentina-rree.com/documentos/mer-05.htm
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copy the link and go to the LANGUAGE
and Military Troop Training and Private
Military Companies. Links page
to various articles by the Global Policy
and PMCs. Interview with Doug Brooks
by Stephen Mbogo. 3-9 September 2001. West
Africa Magazine. http://www.ipoaonline.org/news/090301.htm
for organisations taking a stand in
favor or against the privatization
of peace? Visit the NGOs
Private armies involved in the Congo
war. By Chris Talbot, 2 September 1998. http://www.wsws.org/news/1998/sep1998/cong-s02.shtml
Private Military Companies:
A Legal Vacuum? A summary
of discussion at the International Law Programme
Discussion Group at Chatham House on 16
March 2005. http://www.riia.org/pdf/research/il/ILP160305.pdf
Private Military Companies in the
Current Global Order. RUSI Conference:
Rhodes House, Oxford University, 6 December
2004 [links to various panelists' PowerPoint
Privatising Peace Envorcement.
Editorial Comment. African Security Review
(Vol 5, No 6, 1996). By Jakkie Cilliers
and Christian Dietrich. http://www.iss.co.za/Pubs/ASR/5No6/Editorial.html
Return to Yemen. By David
Smiley. ('During the civil war in Yemen
in the 1960s, Colonel Smiley, LVO MC OBE,
served as military adviser to Imam Al-Badr
and senior members of the Yemeni royal family').
"When I left Yemen in 1968, I never
expected to go there again. Imagine my surprise
when in October last year I received a note
from the Yemeni Ambassador, Dr Mutahar Alsaeedi,
asking me to contact him as he had a letter
for me. It was from his government inviting
me to go out to Yemen, an invitation which
I knew I would find hard to resist."
Shays Conducts Oversight of Role of Private Security Firms in Iraq.
Press Release, 13 June 2006. http://www.house.gov/shays/news/2006/june/junesecurityfirms.htm
Small Arms and Failed States. "America's
Defense Monitor" program; Show Number: 1307.
Produced by the Center for Defense Information.
Scriptwriter: Rachel Stohl. Segment Producer:
Glenn Baker. 24 October 1999. Transcript. http://www.cdi.org/adm/1307/transcript.html
Untested Law Key in Iraqi Abuse Scandal. By Jonathan Groner, Legal Times, 11 May 2004: http://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1083979576106