Author: Raenette Taljaard, Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, Published on: 4 January 2004
PMCs [Private Military Companies] should not be banned, but they must be controlled through a complementary regime of domestic and international law to ensure that their services can never be extended into participation in active combat situations. [refers to Kroll, Armor, Control Risks, Rubicon, Global Risk, Executive Outcomes, Meteoric Tactical Solutions, Erinys]
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