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What is private security?

What comes to mind when you think of “security”? Menacing guys in dark suits with shades and earpieces at a concert? Uniformed patrols on segways at your favorite mall? 461 more words

Security

George Macpherson: “Can Britain convert its ‘fighting force’ into a ‘force for nonlethal defence and law enforcement’?”

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An extract from an article by George Macpherson

Our ‘national defence’ forces do a lot of good: let’s keep them.

We are not against men and women in uniform – simply against the violence that is a small part of their existence. 335 more words

Countries Under Pressure

Military Modernization Demands Non-lethal Weapons for Non-Combat Assistance

Non-lethal weapons also known as “less than lethal” weapons are witnessing a growth in demand by law enforcement agencies and military organizations worldwide. The market for non-lethal weapons market is expected to grow as an essential asymmetric warfare tool over the forecast period globally. 261 more words

BBD - What Dreams Are Made Of

Preambling One

Let me begin with what may have prompted this ill-advised act, though to be honest most of you aren’t likely to believe it anyway, so it’s a pretty safe thing to have done. 673 more words

Global Non Lethal Weapons Market Research Report 2017

The Global Non Lethal Weapons Industry 2017 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Non Lethal Weapons… 438 more words

Global Market Research Report

United States Non-Lethal Weapons Market 2017 Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022

In this report, the United States Non-Lethal Weapons Market is valued at USD XX million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2022, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2016 and 2022. 1,245 more words

Defence

Russia's opposition newspaper plans to 'arm journalists' -- "Unfortunately, every one of us can become the target of a madman"

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© AFP/File / by Victoria LOGUINOVA-YAKOVLEVA | A display by Russian arms manufacturer Kalashnikov, which said it would give journalists a 10 percent discount… 510 more words