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$1.7 Trillion Global Spending on Military in 2017: Highest since End of Cold War
June 8, 2018: According to the latest report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), in total, countries around the world spent $ 1.739 billion on arms in 2017. Although there was a marginal increase of 1.1 percent rise in real terms on 2016, the total global spending in 2017 is the highest since the end of the cold war.
The Private Security Monitor
The University of Denver, in collaboration with the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) has a research project which monitors private security across the world.
The Future of Warfighter Conference, November 2017, London
The Future of Warfighter Conference was held by RUSI, Royal United Services Institute on 23 November 2017. The event took place at the Institute`s WhiteHall building. The conference brought together 11 professionals to share their experiences and to debate the future developments of the British Military. This report aims to provide a brief background of speeches and more importantly, to identify the discourse in relation to gender and women`s inclusion in military recruitment.
Cyber-security as a career for girls
Lucy Owen, A-level student from Stroud High School, Gloucestershire, UK, talks about Cyber-Security as a career. She is present at the 61st Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women 2017 (CSW) in New York
Mari Skåre, former NATO Secretary General’s Special representative for Women, Peace and Security
Mari Skåre, answers questions on NATO’s implementation of UNSCR 1325 in the Alliance and its missions.
From College to Cabinet: Women in US National Security
Women in US National SecurityThis report appeared recently on the CNAS (Center for a New American Security) website, written by Katherine Kidder, Amy Schafer, Phillip Carter and Andrew Swick:
It has been a long journey for women to reach the top of the police service [in the UK], writes Jacqui Smith in Progress
The fine line between patronizing and promoting women in defence and security
By Virginia Comolli 19 August 2015
The gendered dimensions of war
It has been commented upon many times how remarkably gender segregated the sociological issue of war is.
Women on the Front Line by Vix Anderton
n December 2014, the Ministry of Defence published a review into women in close-combat roles, where individuals on the ground are required to close with and kill the enemy.
Police brutality? Put more women on patrol
In the US, growing fear of and frustration with police might be lessened if the ranks of female officers were increased.
Women in the Military: Lessons on Leading and Women’s Expanded Role in Combat
Women in the Military: Lessons on Leading and Women’s expanded Role in Combat by Mikaela Romero, WAND Intern Washington, DC
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Rebels With a Cause
July 28, 2018: A woman is raped every 13 minutes in India. As the situation reaches desperate proportions, one police commissioner thinks there might be an answer. In the city of Jaipur, Rajasthan, a new, all-female police squad, mounted on motorbikes, aims to keep women safe on the streets.
UK to Recruit Female Soldiers from Nepal
July 18, 2018: The Nepali Gurkhas, part of the British Army for more than 200 years, are to recruit their first female soldiers, according to the Sunday Times.