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Applications to support emergency management

Applications to support emergency management

Steve Johnson looks at how smartphone applications are revolutionising crisis communication, and which can be used by the public and responders alike

  • In Depth
Assessing terrorism outcomes and impacts

Assessing terrorism outcomes and impacts

Casey Brunelle says that analysing acts of violence against soft targets, this series will contribute to the need to adapt a strategic understanding of the root causes and underlying symptoms that have made global terrorism the influential actor it is today

  • In Depth
The Vienna Convention

The Vienna Convention

Alina Alexe continues her examination of current international legislation with regard to the nuclear industry, looking at how and why a Joint Protocol to the Vienna Convention was drafted

  • In Depth
Responding to the unexpected

Responding to the unexpected

The International Association of Fire and Rescue Services – CTIF – aims to ensure that skilled firefighters are safe and healthy in order to guarantee the safety of citizens around the world, writes Taina Hanhikoski

  • Events
The crash of TWA 800

The crash of TWA 800

On July, 17, 1996, a Boeing 747-100 exploded into a ball of fire 12 minutes after take-off from JFK International Airport, crashing into the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island. Tony Moore discusses the persistent doubts as to what caused the explosion

  • Looking Back
Rethinking the global aid strategy

Rethinking the global aid strategy

Lisa Hastert explains why the European Union has put forward over 80 individual commitments to the World Humanitarian Summit, which took place at the end of May

  • Europe
Siberian Search & Rescue

Siberian Search & Rescue

This issue, Emily Hough talks to Aleksandr Kresan, leader of the Siberian Regional Search and Rescue Team in Russia, about preparations for the team’s Insarag External Classification later this year

  • Frontline
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