Corporations and Counterinsurgency by William Rosenau

By William Rosenau

Multinational organisations might be major actors in zones of violent clash. company activities to form their atmosphere can occasionally mitigate clash, yet because the authors exhibit of their case reports, company actions may help generate and maintain violence.

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S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, June 2007. 7 For more on the theoretical issues surrounding what have been termed private governments, see Clifford Shearing, “Reflections on the Refusal to Acknowledge Private Governments,” in Jennifer Wood and Benoît Dupont, Democracy, Society and the Governance of Security, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 11–32. ” Christian Science Monitor, September 20, 2007. ” in Chester A. : United States Institute of Peace Press, 2001, p.

12 Finally, Placer Dome acknowledged the importance of laying the foundation for longterm security in the Porgera Valley once its operations at PJV end. The corporation determined that the most viable means of achieving this would be to build the capacity of a local police force that would act in ways that would be seen as sensitive to the prevailing cultural norms of indigenous residents. Social Strategies As noted above, a significant component of Placer Dome’s PJV risk mitigation strategy revolved around enacting enhanced social options for fostering greater community buy-in and support to provide nonviolent means for addressing the general challenge AMs posed.

Amnesty International, “Nigeria: Ten Years On: Injustice and Violence Haunt the Oil Delta,” November 3, 2005. , Fragile States and Insecure People? Violence, Security, and Statehood in the Twenty-First Century, Basingstoke, UK, and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Anderson, Mary, Doug Fraser, and Luc Zandvliet, “Report on the Porgera Joint Venture,”draft, unpublished assessment, March 2008. ” Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Vol. 22, No. 2, 2005, pp. 371–390. ———, “Nonstate Providers of Everyday Security in African States,” in Andersen, Møller, and Stepputat, 2007, pp.

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