Evaluating government performance during consular emergencies: Toward an analytical framework
When consular emergencies happen - in which a considerable number of nationals are affected by a disaster while abroad - it is not clear what affected citizens and their relatives can and cannot expect from their government. Meanwhile, governments have to contend with issues of distance and the inability to exercise their authority on-the-ground. In such complex, multi-actor and often multi-national settings, one cannot measure governmental emergency management by the same yardsticks used to...[Show more]
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