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[PDF] Second Session of the Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group to consider the possibility of an international regulatory framework on the regulation, monitoring and oversight of the activities of private military and security companies -...

[National] and international regulatory frameworks...show substantial normative and supervisory gaps and insufficiencies in the legal framework in order to create minimal conditions for improved respect of human rights and humanitarian law in the context of PMSCs' activities. The ICJ considers that an international convention is an effective option...[A] possible convention should differentiate between the regulation of private security services at home and abroad, and clarify the different roles of contracting, territorial and home States. [refers to Blackwater (now Academi), Forza (part of Securitas), Rio Blanco Copper (part of Monterrico Metals now owned by Zijn), CACI, L3]

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