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Published: March 24, 2010
Iraq and Afghanistan have become well-trodden ground for security organisations and their clients but the challenge is to understand and predict where the new areas of high risk will emerge.
Intersec, The Journal of International Security, asked Pilgrims' Managing Director and respected industry expert, Bill Freear, and Pilgrims' Manager of Information and Intelligence Services, David Strachan-Morris, to produce an article examining just this.
The article, published in Volume 20 Issue 1 (January 2010), examined emerging hostile environments; looking at what fresh challenges will face us and how we should adapt in order to respond to those challenges effectively.
To view the Intersec feature article click here.
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