Regulating Sex in Peace Operations
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- Regulatory Theory: Foundations and Applications, 2017, pp. 415 - 428
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This chapter assesses regulatory theory through a case study of trafficking of women into the sex industry in Bosnia by DynCorp which was contracted to provide policing to the UN peace operation in the late 1990s-early 2000s.
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