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Testimony on the Costs by Pratap Chatterjee

https://youtu.be/1Be0lxcF0Ho

Pratap is an investigative journalist and producer. He is the author of "Halliburton's Army" (Nation Books, 2009) "Iraq Inc.: A Profitable Occupation" (Seven Stories Press, 2004) and "The Earth Brokers" (Routledge Press, 1994).

He has many years of experience working in radio, print and digital media, including hosting a weekly radio show on Berkeley station KPFA, working as global environment editor for InterPress Service and as a freelance writer for the Financial Times, the Guardian and the Independent of London.

He has won five Project Censored awards as well as a Silver Reel from the National Federation of Community Broadcasters for his work in Afghanistan, and the best business story award from the National Newspaper Association (US), among others. He has also appeared as a commentator on numerous radio and television shows ranging from BBC World Service, CNN International, Democracy Now!, Fox and MSNBC.

Pratap serves on the board of Amnesty International USA, Corporate Europe Observatory and Corruption Watch UK.

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A. Halliburton

Books

Halliburton's Army

Iraq, Inc.

Videos

Halliburton's Army talk on Democracy Now


Halliburton's Army book talk in Portland


Halliburton's Army book talk in Washington DC

Halliburton's Army book talk on KEXL radio, Seattle

Iraq, Inc. book talk on C-Span


Articles


B. Other military contractors

Testimony:

U.S. Congressional Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and
Afghanistan

United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights


Reports

Outsourcing Intelligence in Iraq: A CorpWatch Report on L-3/Titan with
recommendations from Amnesty International

Videos

Democracy Now interview on L-3


Talk on CIA contractors at the American University of Beirut


Dyncorp Rent-a-Cops May Head to Post-Saddam Iraq


Darfur Diplomacy: Enter the Contractors


DynCorp Oversight in Afghanistan Faulted


DynCorp in Colombia: Outsourcing the Drug War


Longer list including non CorpWatch articles here