Making a Killing: The Business of War

By Duncan Campbell, et al / ICIJ

Year: 2003

Pub: Center for Public Integrity


Winner of the 2002 Sigma Delta Chi Book Award, "Making a Killing: The Business of War" investigates the economics of conflict in the post-Cold War era and the groups who profit from the business of war. The book drew on classified intelligence files, government reports, court records and public documents and identified the individuals and companies involved in the privatisation of various conflicts, and explained how they often influence the turn of world events.

"Making a Killing: The Business of War" was written by 35 writers, researchers and editors working on four continents over nearly two years. The writers, editors and researchers were members of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, a project of the Center for Public Integrity.















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