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Dying for humanitarian ideas

This paper examines how the production of images and statistics and the normalising of security management, and argues that these appear to have contributed towards rehabilitating the idea of acceptable humanitarian sacrifice.

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Applying serious gaming to humanitarian security: A framework for mixed-reality training

This article explores how mobile devices can play an important role in crisis situations involving role-playing. Although they don’t match the immersive feeling a participant gets when entering a real-world simulation, mobile devices are well suited to orchestrate a flow of events through a ‘mixed-reality’ environment, allowing the learners to…

Managing the Threat: An Introduction to Surveillance Detection

This report was compiled from various unclassified sources including press reports, government websites, OSAC constituent interviews, and U.S Embassy reports. It identifies attacker vulnerabilities during pre-operational surveillance and then focuses on how a surveillance detection program can exploit those vulnerabilities.