News and Analysis (12/24/07)

The outsourcing of security missions to both private mercenaries and Sunni militants inthe US-led occupation in Iraq lead to dire consequences:

Without accountability and controls, military aid to Pakistan intended to fight Al-Qaeda is siphoned off to prop up Musharraf’s regime and purchase weapons systems to counter India:

Strong bureaucratic influence, a culture of extreme secrecy, and a strong desire to protect its own explain many of the reasons behind the CIA’s destruction of its torture tapes:

Alejandro

Alejandro Beutel is program assistant for the Minaret of Freedom Institute with expertise in religious freedom, democratization and security issues.

One Response to “News and Analysis (12/24/07)”

  1. well, outsourcing can actually save any company several million dollars because of cheap labor ‘.”

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