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Issue 2

Volume 12 - Issue 2 Comment: The global picture has darkened considerably on many fronts over 2016.

Features: Wildfire evacuations of Fort McMurray; Response and relief in Italy; Resources for oil spill response; Tehran Fire Department profile

Crisis Management: Workplace preparedness; A food recall crisis; The TalkTalk cyber attack; Critical communication platforms; Social Media: The new frontier; Countering false online rumour;Managing cascading effects

Terrorism & security: Contingency planning for firearms attacks; The widening scope of security risk; The growing use of children in terrorism;

Conflict & Humanitarians: Why don’t disasters cause peace?; The impact of IEDs; IEDs: Global solutions for a global threat; Civil defence in times of conflict; Crisis response and peace operations

Attacks on healthcare: Safeguarding healthcare in armed conflict; Protecting the protectors; World Health Organization priorities; Medical transport under fire

Technology & equipment: Tracking epidemics by genome sequencing; Firefighting, cancer and PPE; Keeping blood and vaccines safe; CRJ R&D: Safe surgery in crisis zones; IT in sustainable development goals; Social automation, local humanitarians

In Depth: The topology of crises; Communications U-turns; Extinguish to rescue

Regulars: Events; Looking back; Frontline

Authors: Reita Waara; Navid Bayat; Christoph Schroth; Tony Jaques; Jessica Lennard; Nick Hawkins; Ludovic Blay and Patrick Lagadec; Nicolas Vanderbiest; Olivia Soave and Martin de Maupeou; Brian Dillon; Roger Gomm; Lina Kolesnikova; Ilan Kelman; Christina Wille; Dr Matthew Offord; James Le Mesurier; Cedric de Coning, Linnéa Gelot and John Karlsrud; Ali Naraghi; Casey Brunelle; Erin Kenney; Chaim Rafalowski, Romeo Paredes and Agnieska Cholewinska; David Matthews; Emily Hough; Sarah Ayton, Carly Esteves and Ian Portelli; Alina O’Keeffe; Andrew Schroeder

Issue 1

Volume 12 - Issue 1 Comment: Brexit: A European opportunity? Views from CRJ; Brexercise and testing: Blue skies ahead?

Features & Analysis: Spring flooding in France; Medical care for all victims of war; Fighting the nanoparticle war; Antimicrobial resistance; The global reaches of antibiotic resistance; Agriculture as a terrorist target; The ICDO and Swiss co-operation; Urban resilience: People, not technocrats; Mass evacuation mission; victim identification; Working together for safety in the Antarctic

Crisis management: Struggling with 'dark dynamics'; CM: From war room to boardroom; Terrorism, Security, Conflict; UK counter-terrorism strategy; Crime or terrorism: What’s in a name?; Civil protection in the hyper-terrorism age; Unlocking sustainable conflict resolution; NATO stability policing; Countering the insider threat; Working in hostile environments

Public safety: Preparing the public for terrorism; Social media: A two-way street; An ear to the ground or head in the sand?

Technology: Emergency incident management; R&D: Robots that assemble themselves; R&D: The potential of apps to save lives

In-depth: Hashtag hazards; 21st century incident command systems; Addressing terrorist mindsets; Prevention or liability?; Firefighting in tunnels

Regulars: Books; Events; Looking Back; Frontline

Authors: Alex Townsend-Drake; Alina Alexe; Andrew B Brown; Casey Brunelle; Christian Brauner; Christine Jessup; Christoph Schroth; Christophe Libeau; David Rubens; Dr Jay Levinson and Professor Abraham Domb; Dr Jörg Szarzynski and Dr Albrecht Beck; Dr Tony Jaques; Emily Hough; Ian Bogdanowicz and Emily Koehler; Ian Portelli; ICDO; Jan M Gutteling and Peter W de Vries; Joel Portice; Laura Kavanaugh; Marc Mendelson; Martin Boyle; Patrick Lagadec; Prince Michael of Liechtenstein; Rob Shimmin; Robert McAlister; Roger Gomm; Saskia Popescu; Serena Leone; Shandra Woworuntu; Steve Johnson; Susan Anson and Hayley Watson; Tony Moore; Vittorio Stingo