Governments' Ability to Assist Nationals in Disasters Abroad: What Do We Know about Consular Emergency Management?
This review draws attention to the need for consolidated inquiry into large-scale consular emergency management. Occurring outside national borders, these low-probability but high-impact events affect a large number of national citizens. They challenge governments' crisis management systems, and direct public and government attention to a sector that has been largely overlooked in public administration literature - consular affairs. This review brings together the relevant literature on...[Show more]
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