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7 October 2010
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Auteur: Jose L. Gomez del Prado, Member, UN Working Group on mercenaries

For the last two decades Cuba has been at the forefront in the [UN] Human Rights Council on the issue of mercenaries and the activities of private companies...The position of Western governments has been a rejection of the Cuban motions by voting...

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30 September 2010
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30 September 2010
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Auteur: PASA (Pan-African Security Association), IPOA, BAPSC

In June of 2009 at a conference in Nyon, Switzerland, industry representatives committed to pursuing an international code of conduct built on the success of the “Montreux Document” and in partnership with key governments, nongovernmental organizations...

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3 September 2010
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Auteur: José Luis Gómez del Prado

[T]he independent experts of the UN Working Group on mercenaries have arrived to the logic conclusion that a new binding international legal instrument is necessary to regulate and monitor the activities of private military and security companies (PMSC...

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20 October 2009
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Auteur: War on Want [UK]

War on Want...campaigners will demonstrate…outside the annual conference of the British Association of Private Security Companies… protesting against government plans to let private military and security companies police themselves…A keynote speech at...

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20 October 2009
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Auteur: Richard Norton-Taylor, Guardian [UK]

The government came under pressure today to speed up its decision on how to regulate the burgeoning private military industry...recently beset by a number of scandals...The government...[said] its preferred option was to "promote high standards through...

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20 October 2009
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Article
1 September 2009
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Auteur: Terri Judd, The Independent [UK]

Paranoid, competitive and fuelled by guns, alcohol and steroids. That is how one senior contractor in Baghdad describes the private security industry operating in the city's Green Zone. It was the world to which Danny Fitzsimons, a 29-year-old former...

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15 August 2009
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Auteur: Terri Judd and Tom Peck, The Independent [UK]

The private security industry regulator has promised to tighten vetting practices after The Independent revealed that the man accused of shooting dead two fellow security contractors in Iraq had a long history of psychiatric illness, was awaiting trial...

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11 August 2009
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