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Disaster Diplomacy Feedback
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Radix: Radical Interpretations of and Solutions for Disasters
If you have material for, questions about, or suggestions related to disaster diplomacy, please contact:
Post: IRDR, UCL, Gower Street, London, England, WC1E 6BT
Find more disaster diplomacy through:
Book and E-book: Kelman, I. 2012. Disaster Diplomacy: How Disasters Affect Peace and Conflict. Routledge, Abingdon, U.K.
Facebook Group: you must be signed into Facebook to access it.
Sound files from Eilif Ursin Reed interviewing Ilan Kelman in 2012:
- What is disaster diplomacy? (WAV file, 8,634 kb, 50 seconds)
- What separates disaster diplomacy from ordinary diplomacy? (WAV file, 8,257 kb, 48 seconds).
- Is it a perception that disasters can bring countries traditionally seen as enemies closer together? (WAV file, 12,135 kb, 70 seconds).
- In what way can pushing for disaster diplomacy damage diplomatic relations? (WAV file, 22,252 kb, 129 seconds).
- What role did the media play in the aftermath of the Bam earthquake in Iran? (WAV file, 18,737 kb, 108 seconds).
- What recommendations emerge from disaster diplomacy studies? (WAV file, 3,869 kb, 22 seconds).
Twitter: username disasterdiploma.
YouTube video from Florent Baarsch interviewing Ilan Kelman in 2011.
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