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The Markets for Force examines and compares the markets for private military and security contractors in twelve nations: Argentina, Guatemala, Peru, Ecuador, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, Russia, Afghanistan, China, Canada, and the United States. Editors Molly Dunigan and Ulrich Petersohn argue that the global market for force is actually a conglomeration of many types of markets that vary according to local politics and geostrategic context. Each case study investigates the particular characteristics of the region's market, how each market evolved into its current form, and what consequence the privatized market may have for state military force and the provision of public safety. The comparative standpoint sheds light on better-known markets but also those less frequently studied, such as the state-owned and -managed security companies in China, militaries working for private sector extractive industries in Ecuador and Peru, and the ways warlord forces overlap with private security companies in Afghanistan. An invaluable resource for scholars and policymakers alike, The Markets for Force offers both an empirical analysis of variations in private military and security companies across the globe and deeper theoretical knowledge of how such markets develop. Contributors: Olivia Allison, Oldrich Bures, Jennifer Catallo, Molly Dunigan, Scott Fitzsimmons, Maiah Jaskoski, Kristina Mani, Carlos Ortiz, Ulrich Petersohn, Jake Sherman, Christopher Spearin.
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A well-conceived and well-researched book, with unique and detailed case studies that will add significantly to the field. * Elke Krahmann, Brunel University London *
Molly Dunigan is a political scientist at the Rand Corporation and author of Victory for Hire: Private Security Companies' Impact on Military Effectiveness. Ulrich Petersohn teaches international politics at the University of Liverpool and is coauthor of Hired Guns: Views About Armed Contractors in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
List of Abbreviations Foreword -Deborah Avant Chapter 1. Introduction Ulrich Petersohn and Molly Dunigan Chapter 2. Diverse Markets for Force in Latin America: From Argentina to Guatemala -Kristina Mani Chapter 3. The Military Protection Markets in Peru and Ecuador: A Detailed Analysis -Maiah Jaskoski Chapter 4. The Market for Force in the United Kingdom: The Recasting of the Monopoly of Violence and the Management of Force as a Public-Private Enterprise -Carlos Ortiz Chapter 5. The Market for Private Force in the Czech Republic -Oldrich Bures Chapter 6. Informal but Diverse: The Market for Exported Force from Russia and Ukraine -Olivia Allison Chapter 7. The Markets for Force in Afghanistan -Jake Sherman Chapter 8. China's Managed Market for Force -Jennifer Catallo Chapter 9. The Canadian Market for Force -Christopher Spearin Chapter 10 The Market for Force in the United States -Scott Fitzsimmons Chapter 11. The Causes and Consequences of Different Types of Markets for Force -Molly Dunigan and Ulrich Petersohn Appendix: Testing the Relative Explanatory Power of the "Market Types" Argument -Ulrich Petersohn and Molly Dunigan List of Contributors Index Acknowledgments