Distance and Displacement in Consular Emergencies: Assisting National Citizens in Distress Abroad
When a large number of tourists or travellers are affected by a disaster while abroad, there is pressure on governments to respond and provide consular assistance to their citizens - to engage in 'remote crisis management'. However, the foreign ministry response is both facilitated and further complicated by the international nature of the response. This article seeks to examine the challenges of consular emergency management by exploring two manifestations of 'remote' in remote crisis...[Show more]
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