Private Military Contractors in Conflict Zones

    Private Military Contractors (PMCs) have become a significant aspect of modern warfare, providing a range of services to governments and private companies around the world. Many countries around the world use private military contractors (PMCs) to provide military or security services. The Private Military Security Services market was estimated to be worth roughly USD 241.7 Billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 366.8 Billion by 2028. PMCs are typically not subject to the same level of oversight and regulation as traditional military or government entities, making it difficult to hold them accountable for their actions. PMCs have the potential to act as a “shadow army” for governments, allowing them to conduct operations that may be politically or morally controversial without having to take direct responsibility. PMCs have been the subject of numerous controversies, including allegations of human rights abuses, war crimes, and other unethical practices. This info-pack will examine the activities of some private military companies in conflict areas.

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