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Harmonizing the Humanitarian Aid Network: Adaptive Change in a Complex System
Humanitarian aid operations save many lives, but they also fail to help many people and can have unintended political consequences. A major reason for the deficit is poor coordination amongExpand
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Humanitarian Military Intervention: The Conditions for Success and Failure
Military intervention without a reasonable prospect of success is unjustifiable, especially when it is done in the name of humanity. Couched in the debate on the responsibility to protect civiliansExpand
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Accountability for Killing: Moral Responsibility for Collateral Damage in America’s Post-9/11 Wars
examples illuminating theoretical constructs. Nonetheless, this is a wonderful book for undergraduate and graduate instruction. CPB don’t oversell their contributions, nor do they hide the fact thatExpand
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The Myth of Neutrality
Humanitarian aid should be non‐political. That was the conclusion adopted at the Spring 1995 meeting in Madrid of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and other humanitarianExpand
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Humanitarian Intervention and Communal Civil Wars:
MILITARY INTERVENTION to bring about lasting peace in a violent communal conflict fails or even backfires far more often than it succeeds. Policymakers and military officials commonly ignore theExpand
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Counting civilian casualties : an introduction to recording and estimating nonmilitary deaths in conflict
Preface and Acknowledgments Contributors Glossary Part I Who Counts? 1 Introduction, Taylor B. Seybolt, Jay D. Aronson, and Baruch Fischhoff 2 Significant Numbers: Civilian Casualties and StrategicExpand
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UN Peace Operations and the Protection of Civilians
The United Nations Security Council frequently authorizes military interventions with a mandate to protect civilians, but there is an unresolved debate in the qualitative literature about whetherExpand
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Are Student Protests in Arab States Caused by Economic and Political Grievances? Empirical Evidence from the 2006–07 Arab Barometer
We investigate the nature of protests by students (age 18 and older) in Algeria, Jordan, Morocco, and Yemen by using subsamples of students from nationally representative and acclaimed public opinionExpand
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