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After The Bubble: British Private Security Companies After Iraq (WHP 66)

Dominick Donald
Whitehall Papers, 3 January 2005
Terrorism and Conflict, Iraq, UK, Global Security Issues, Resilience, Risk and Resilience, Europe, Middle East and North Africa
The boom in protective security in Iraq and has helped to create a group of British Private Security Companies (PSCs) keen to establish a separate, British identity within a sector hitherto dominated by US companies.

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