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Tsunamis and the International Response:
Economic, Social and Environmental Dimensions

(Released April 2005)

 
  by Ben Fertig, Tanya Foster and Irene Nicholas  

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  1. The break-up of Indonesia? Nationalisms after decolonisation and the limits of the nation-state in post-cold war Southeast Asia
    Third World Quarterly, vol. 22, no. vi, pp. 1003-1024, 2001

  2. Sri Lanka in 2003: Seeking to Consolidate Peace
    Asian Survey, 2004, 44, 1, Jan-Feb, 49-55.

  3. Under attack in Baghdad: for humanitarian aid workers, Iraq is the most dangerous country in the world
    Maclean's; 116:20-1 no 35 Sep 1 2003

  4. Sri Lanka's Separatist Conflict: The Sources of Intractability
    Ethnic Studies Report, 2001, 19, 2, July, 207-241.

  5. Unintended alliance: the co-option of humanitarian aid in conflicts
    Parameters; 34:104-20 no 1 Jul/Aug 2004

  6. Humanitarian NGOs in peace processes
    International peacekeeping, vol. 10 no. 1, pp. 40-55, 2003

  7. Reconstructing roles and relations: women's participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua
    Gender and development, vol. 9 no. 3, pp. 79-87, Nov 2001

  8. Gendering Responses to El Nino in Rural Peru
    Gender and Development, 2002, 10, 2, July, 60-69

  9. Skimming through the socioeconomic losses from an earthquake: a case study from Kachchh
    Indian Journal of Social Work; 63 (2) Apr 2002, pp.223-235