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    The Absence of Justice: Private Military Contractors, Sexual Assault, and the U.S. Government's Policy of Indifference

    Snell, Angela. 2011. "The Absence of Justice: Private Military Contractors, Sexual Assault, and the U.S. Government's Policy of Indifference." University of Illinois Law Review, no. 3, 1125-64.

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    Topics: International Law, International Criminal Law, International Human Rights, Justice, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Private Military & Security, Sexual Violence Regions: Africa, MENA, Americas, North America, Asia, Middle East, South Asia Countries: Afghanistan, Iraq, United States of America Keywords: private security, sexual assault, accountability

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    Rape as a Weapon of War in Libya: New Permutations on an Old Theme

    Marshall, Lucinda. 2011. "Rape as a Weapon of War in Libya: New Permutations on an Old Theme." Peace and Freedom 71 (2): 24.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Displacement & Migration, Refugee/IDP Camps, Gender, Women, Gender-Based Violence, International Law, International Criminal Law, Justice, Impunity, War Crimes, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militaries, Security, Sexual Violence, Rape, SV against women Regions: Africa, North Africa, Americas, North America Countries: Libya, United States of America Keywords: sexual violence, international criminal court, rape, war rape

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    How Far is the "Door Ajar"? Whether Rape as Torture is Actionable under the Alien Tort Statute after SOSA

    Kahn, Zachary S. 2006. “How far is the 'Door Ajar'? Whether Rape as Torture is Actionable under the Alien Tort Statute after SOSA.” Yeshiva University Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender 12 (2): 685–708.

    Topics: Gender, International Law, International Criminal Law, Sexual Violence, Rape, Torture Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America

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    Accountability of Private Military and Security Contractors in the International Legal Regime

    Huskey, Kristine A. 2012. Accountability of Private Military and Security Contractors in the International Legal Regime. Criminal Justice Ethics 31(3): 193-212.

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    Topics: International Law, International Criminal Law, International Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law IHL, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Private Military & Security, Security Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America Keywords: private military and security companies, accountability, international human rights law, International Humanitarian Law, Montreux Document, International Criminal Law, U.N. Draft Convention on Private Military and Security Contractors

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