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Editorial Comments

Issue 1

Volume 12
Issue 1

As usual, this edition spans emergency and disaster analysis, ...

Issue 4

Volume 11
Issue 4

We are facing a greater frequency and wider spread of crises than ever before. Emergencies such a...

Issue 3

Volume 11
Issue 3

The geopolitical aspects of the global migration crisis curren...

Issue 2

Volume 11
Issue 2

The final push for a climate deal at COP21 was ongoing as CRJ ...

Issue 1

Volume 11
Issue 1

Pointillism – a postimpressionist painting technique in which thousands of small dots of co...

Issue 4

Volume 10
Issue 4

Why does true collaboration with people and communities – before, during and after a disast...

Issue 3

Volume 10
Issue 3

At the WCDRR in Sendai, Japan, this March (p4), it as striking how – in the space of around...

Issue 2

Volume 10
Issue 2

CRJ has featured several articles about the Syria Civil Defence in the last two issues, ...

Issue 1

Volume 10
Issue 1

We are entering our tenth volume of CRJ, which was launched a decade ago. The natur...

Issue 4

Volume 9
Issue 4

I was tempted to say that this issue’s feature on climate and environment is particularly p...

Issue 3

Volume 9
Issue 3

Climate, criminality and pollution: our old foes with new faces, familiar threats with neoteric a...

Issue 2

Volume 9
Issue 2

To paraphrase Douglas Adams, life is a process of: “Extraordinary eruptions of information....

Issue 1

Volume 9
Issue 1

Moderating the Featured Event on Heritage and Resilience at the ...

Issue 4

Volume 8
Issue 4

The Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh seeded a s...

Issue 3

Volume 8
Issue 3

On page 38 Phil Wood says that the disciplines of crisis and disaster response usually...

Issue 2

Volume 8
Issue 2

Mobile phones, especially smartphones, are firmly embedded in society, transforming wo...

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Volume 8
Issue 1

Our cover story is an interview with Philippe Baumard, who sounds a global warning tha...

Issue 4

Volume 7
Issue 4

It is interesting how individual articles for CRJ, commissioned at different ...

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