Promoting compliance of private security and military companies with international humanitarian law

30 September 2006 Benjamin Perrin

The author critically examines the theoretical risks posed by private military and security company activity with respect to violations of international humanitarian law and human rights, together with the incentives that these companies have to comply with those norms.

About the author

Benjamin Perrin
Max Stern Fellow

Max Stern Fellow and Wainwright Scholar at the Institute of Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, McGill University, Montreal.