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Understanding and evaluating large-scale consular emergency response

Tindall, Karen


With increasingly mobile societies and greater global interconnectedness, international travel has become cheaper and more streamlined. The number of individuals travelling across increasingly permeable borders continues to grow. Large-scale consular emergencies occur when a large number of foreign nationals are under threat or in distress following a natural disaster, terrorist attack, or escalation of unrest abroad. Presented in a 'thesis by publication' format, this dissertation examines how...[Show more]

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Type: Thesis (PhD)


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