2015
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7329201500112
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Abstract: The United States has gone further than any country in the "privatization of security". Other countries may find the economic or financial logic in the use of contractors persuasive. The US experience with contracting out security, particularly in Iraq, was problematic, and can serve as a cautionary tale in order that other countries might learn how to avoid the pitfalls.

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“…It is important to note that a common concern underpinning most studies about private security is related to the significant transformations in the governance of security, which has been shifting together with broader changes in global (BRUNEAU, 2015). As Berndtsson and Stern (2011) contend, despite the dilemmas posed by PSCs in conflict zones and the attention they attract, a distinct, less violent, dynamic of security practices occurs globally.…”
Section: Introducing the Idea Of "Marketization Of Security" And Its mentioning
confidence: 99%