Peacekeeping: March 20, 2002


Britain is studying new laws to regulate and license "private military companies" (e.g., mercenaries). While some in Britain want to ban such companies and their operations entirely, the government has noted that such companies could respond more quickly to UN calls for peacekeeping and disaster relief and could do so with fewer political repercussions. --Stephen V Cole




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