Vol 5, No 6, May-June, 2010: Haiti Devastation and Reconstruction: PDF
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Vol. 5, No 5, March-April, 2010: Extractive Industry Security: PDF
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Vol. 5, No. 4 - January-February, 2010: Somalia: PDF
George Joffe - The al-Houthi Rebellion: The History behind Yemen's Long-Simmering Rebellion • Natalie Parke - Aid to Somalia: The Best and Only Option: Move Away from Good Governance for the Good of Somalia • Leslie Anne Warner - From Sea to Shore: Somali Piracy Requires a Solution on Land • Fiona Mangan - And Let Us Not Forget Somaliland: The Politics of an Unrecognized State • Tara Lee - Somalia's Forgotten Graves: The Mass Graves in Hargeisa Must be Preserved • Shukria Dini: Peace Building Efforts by Somali Women: The Fall of the Somali State Opens Doors for Somali Women • Q & A Amb. John Simon: Capitalizing on Africa's Potential • Jeff Dakers and Charlotte Gambling - Bulletproof Standards: IPOA's New Initiative on Armored Vehicle Standards • Ian M. Ralby - Regulating Private Security in Sierra Leone: PSCs in Sierra Leone Face Extensive Labor Regulation Issues • M. Ashraf Hairdari - Afghan Democracy in Context: Contextualizing the August 20 Elections • Doug Brooks - How Many is Too Many?: A Cornucopia of Contractors - Not Necessarily a Bad Thing • Amb. Herman Cohen (Ret.) - Guinea: The Inevitable Tragedy: Recent Events in Guinea Should Come as No Surprise • J. J. Messner - Speaking Franly About Franken: The Motivation Behind Votes Against the Franken Amendment • Gary Sturgess - The Color of Government: The Colorful History of the Private Sector • Col. Christopher T. Mayer (Ret.) - Accountability: The Way Ahead: Policy Developments to Come in 2010.
Vol. 5, No 3 - November-December, 2009: Information and Intelligence: PDF
Norman L. Olsen - Watching Afghanistan Vote: A Report from an Official Election Observer • Angela Aranas - Intelligence 2.0: Framing New and Innovative Uses of Intelligence Col.Christopher Holshek - Military Observers and Peacekeeping: Providing Unique Capabilities • Joelle Burbank and Mark A. Loucas - Identifying Pre-cursors of Conflict: Using Open Source Intel to Determine Who's Hot, Who's Not • Col. Tim Collins - Outsourcing Intelligence: Involvement of Private Actors in Intelligence • Q & A |Gen. Michael V. Hayden (Ret.): Intelligence in the 21st Century • F. C. Dahmer, et al -Roadblocks to Healthcare: What Contractors Need to Know About Medical Services • Robert S. Wells - Ensuring Ethical Conduct on the World Stage: Remembering the IPOA Code of Conduct • Cyril Magnon-Pujo - A Shadowy Business: A Review of David Isenberg's "Shadow Force" • Jerry Kerr - A New Set of Wheels: A Charity Brings Mobility Back to Disabled Veterans • Doug Brooks - Think Globally, Hire Locally: The Benefits of Employing Local Nationals • Amb. Herman Cohen (Ret.) - Democracy in Africa Has a Long Way to Go: In the Short Term, the Goal is Good Governance • J. J. Messner - Unreasonable Expectations: As Timor Turns Ten, Are We Expecting Too Much from It? • Gary Sturgess - A Privatization Success Story from Denmark: A Private Company So Institutionalized, it's Barely Private • Katrina Mason - Delaying Peacekeeping: AFRICAP is Awarded by the Department of State.
Vol. 5, No. 2 - September-October, 2009: Afghanistan: Past, Present and Future: [ PDF corrupted in the transfer: To be fixed ]
Jessica Bryant - A Plan for Colombia: Solidifying Strategic Partnerships M. Ashraf Haidiri - Beyond the Election: Key Lessons for International Peacekeeping in Afghanistan • Mark S. Ward - Reconstruction in Afghanistan: It's Not 2002 Anymore Dr. Najibullah Lafraie - A Surge of Support in Afghanistan: But Can it Work? • Audrey Roberts - A Unique Approach to Peacekeeping: Afghanistan and the Human Terrain System Q & A | Maj. Gen. Collins R. U. Ihekire: Lessons from African Peacekeeping • David M. Verhey - Expecting Inspection: Key Considerations for Private Security Companies • Col.Tim Collins - The Spectrum of Subversion: Fighting Subversive Activity from Crime to Terrorism • Amb. Joe Melrose (Ret.) - Pakistan in Perspective: Pakistan Searches for its Identity in a Time of Crisis • Simon Chesterman - The Air Force Perspective on Contracting: Legal and Ethical Questions for Private Air Support • Doug Brooks - Hidden Contractors: Why Governments Must be Forthcoming and Honest • Amb. Herman Cohen (Ret.) - Obama in Africa: America's President Sends Africa a Message of Tough Love • J. J. Messner - Private Security in African Peacekeeping - A Growing Call for New Ideas from a Frustrated Continent • Gary Sturgess - Remembering the Fallen: Public and Private: New York City's History of Private Emergency Services • Katrina Mason - Congressional Oversight of Contractors: Cooperation Between Government and the Private Sector • Peggy Hu - Conventional Thinking: U.N. Working Group Proposes Draft Convention.
Vol. 5, No. 1 - July-August, 2009: Aviation and Stability Operations: PDF
Elizabeth Ferris - At Long Last: Finally Peace for Sri Lanka?: The LTTE Appears Vanquished and the War Over • Helmoed Romer Heitman - Winging It: The Importance of Aviation to Stability Operations • Angelie Petersen - Humanitarian Aviation: A Key Component of Humanitarian Assistance • Tom Culbert - Destination Africa: Key Issues Involved with Traversing Africa by Air • Joe Mayo - Landing the Best Solution: One Size Doesn't Fit All in Aviation Support • Q & A Allen Shay: Contracting from Vietnam to Sierra Leone • Soraya Narfeldt and Nick Cheadle - Act Globally, Hire Locally: Including the Local Population in Reconstruction Activities - Joanna Kyriakakis - Australia and International Criminal Law: Responsibility of Companies to Abide by International Law • Cyril Magnon-Pujo - ITAR: Problems and Perspectives: Difficulties in Exporting Defense Products and Services • Doug Brooks - Success at Montreux: Progress on the Swiss Initiative • Amb. Herman Cohen (Ret.) - Will the Real Zuma Please Stand Up?: Change for South Africa, but Will it be for the Better? • J. J. Messner - In or Out?: The Pursuit of a Definition of Inherently Governmental • Gary Sturgess - Privateering and Letters of Marque: An Historical Analysis of the Commercialization of War • Katrina Mason - UK Pursues Self-Regulation Over Licensing: FCO Releases Public Consultation Document.
Vol. 4, No 6 - May-June, 2009: Third Country National: PDF
W. Alejandro Sanchez - Not in My Backyard: Mexico's War: The Steady Decline from Bad to Worse • Tristan Forster and James Sinclair - Ethical Recruitment Practices: The Importance of Operating Above-Board with Third Country Nationals • Martina Vandenberg and Damien Specht - It's Not Just About Prostitution: FAR Compliance and Human Trafficking • Pratap Chatterjee - Not Necessarily a Glamorous Existence: A Tough Choice Faces Many Third Country Nationals • Q & A Brig. Gen. Craig Peterson: Transforming the Tooth-to-Tail Ratio • Lisa Schirch - Security from the Ground Up: Civil Society and the Security-Development Nexus • Zachary Markovits - Overseas Voting for Military and Contractors: New Alliance Aims to Improve Overseas Voting • Sloan Mann and Tim Fairbank - Blurring the Lines: The Importance of Civil-Military and Inter-Agency Cooperation • Vanita Datta -Plugging the Gaps: Learning the Lessons of Mumbai: The Dire Need for Reform in Indian Security • Doug Brooks - Vengeance Contracting Management: Looking for Solutions, Not Fall Guys • Amb. Herman Cohen (Ret.) - Portugal's Colonial Legacy Continues: Misery in Guinea Bissau • J. J. Messner - Fiji's Blue Berets: Should They Stay or Should They Go?: The Ethics of Deploying Troops from a Bainimarama Republic • Gary Sturgess - The Pioneering Pinkertons. The World's Most Famous Detective Agency • Natalie Ng - Rules for the Use of Force: IPOA Strives to Create Industry Standard Template.
Vol. 4, No. 5 - March-April, 2009: Ready for Departure?: PDF
Aric Mutchnick - Pakistan's Shifting Security: Regional Challenges for a Tough Neighborhood • Dr. Pauline Baker - Are We There Yet?: Is Iraq Ready for a Withdrawal of Foreign Forces? • Lawrence Korb and Sean Duggan - A Good Withdrawal: How the U.S. Can Withdraw from Iraq. Well. • Q & A John Nagl - Lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan • Todd Alexander and Matthew Weinbaum - The Risks of Greasing the Wheel: Effects of Enhanced FCPA Enforcement • Emmanuele Bombande - The Way Ahead for AFRICOM: The Importance of a New Approach for African PKOs • Neil MacKinnon - Keeping NGOs Safe and Sound: Harnessing the Power of Information for Security • Doug Brooks - Forget About It: The Importance of Lessons Learned • Amb. Herman Cohen (Ret.) - Potentially Positive. A Cautious Outlook for Guinea's New Military Junta • J. J. Messner – EuroScrutiny: The E.U. Takes an Interest in the Industry • Natalie Ng - Madame Secretary. Hillary Clinton Becomes America's Top Diplomat.
Vol. 4, No. 4 - January-February, 2009: Peacekeeping in Congo: PDF
Contracting Under the SOFA: SOFA Subjects Contractors to Iraqi Law -Tara Lee & Ryan Berry • Lessons Unlearned: MONUC has Little Success to Show - Paul D. Williams • Blurred Vision: From Ituri to North Kivu, a Lack of Vision - Henri Boshoff • MONUC, Inc.: Plan A Has Not Worked. How About Plan B? - Doug Brooks • Q & A Mo ibrahim: Recognizing Good Governance • A Review of African Peacekeeping: An Increasing Commitment Required Continent-Wide - Lt. Col. Birame Diop • Iraq and the Lessons of Vietnam: An Analysis of the Similarities and Differences - Norman L. Olsen • Contracting in the Seven Years War: A Review of a Book by David Syrett - Gary L. Sturgess • Doug Brooks - Zusätzliche Friedenswächter Bitte!: Time for Germany to Pull its Weight in Peacekeeping • Amb. Herman Cohen (Ret.) - It's the Economy, Stupid!: The Economic Important of Eastern DRC • We Don't Get No Respect: Shades of Vietnam Color Public Perceptions - J. J. Messner.