Thursday, August 13, 2020

Iraq Update: March 18, 2020

From ISOA Member Company Mantid International Perfect Storm Bottom line - Iraq is simultaneously managing 1) an extreme political crisis, 2) a pandemic disaster, 3) an...

Women, Peace and Security in U.S. Humanitarian Affairs Operations

By: Raghad Al Saadi The Humanitarian Affairs Section within the U.S. Mission to International Organizations in Geneva and its global partners addressing instability and humanitarian...

The Anti-Terrorism Act: The Next Wave of Contractor on the Battlefield Litigation?

By Alex L. Sarria, Alejandra Montenegro Almonte and Laura Ferguson of Miller & Chevalier Chartered A lawsuit recently filed in District of Columbia federal court...

The Responsibility to Protect and the Private Sector: Opportunities for Public-Private Cooperation in Atrocity...

Ellen Chambers, International Institute for Human Security Almost two decades on from the conceptualization of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P), protecting civilian populations during armed...

The Rise of Quasi-Mercenary Organizations

by Christopher T. Mayer, COL USA RET Although mercenaries, international volunteers and other non-state armed groups have been a feature of armed conflict throughout history,...
Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team

“I served in Afghanistan. No, it’s not another Vietnam.”

By Amb. Ryan Crocker, who served as the U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan in 2011-2012 and is a diplomat-in-residence at Princeton University. Synopsis: The Washington Post published...
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