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Issue 2

Volume 14 - Issue 2 Comment: Gambling with crisis?

Analysis - Sweden’s wildfires of 2018; Gatwick drone incursion; Meeting the drone security challenge; Social licence, resilience & social media; Deciding will be decisive; Cargo cults and the third sector; Brazilian civil defence interview

Citizens & resilience - Citizen behaviour and crises; Resilient cities and states; Preparing the public; MH17: The station manager’s story; The heart of resilience; Working with terror victims; Women in the war on counterfeiting

Leadership - Servant leadership for first responders; The future of humanitarian learning; Resilient leadership in crisis response

Safety & security - The myth of the lone wolf terrorist; Call for consistency in kidnap response; Building a corporate security sandbox; Be prepared: Crisis solutions

Global risks - The backbones of disaster resilience; Black swans and grey rhinos; Preparing for new risk scenarios; Small-scale producers on the frontlines

Humanitarian & Third Sector - Expanding the boundaries of healthcare; The Internet as a civil protection tool; Humanitarian supply chains; Reducing risk in the Asia-Pacific; Nepal’s new disaster law; Consistency in an unpredictable world

Regulars - R&D: The future of public warning; Events; Frontline

Issue 1

Volume 14 - Issue 1 Comment - Business Continuity in 2019 - a peek into the future

BCM and Resilience: Turbulent times; Social media signals to monitor risk; Insider threats; Realistic rehearsals; Contextual awareness

Incident & Safety Analysis: The Morandi Bridge collapse; Hurricane Florence; Misinformation and fake news; The evolution of smoke detectors

Security & Counter-terrorism: The tip of the spear against terror; Assessing the current al-Qaeda threat; Hybrid threats; Environmental issues in hybrid warfare

Natural events: Civil-military co-ordination; Climate resilience in Europe; Wildfires in Canada; Air coalition in Indonesia; Moving humanitarian air cargo

Community & Societal: Zero-responders: A force multiplier?; Community Emergency Response Teams; Promoting recovery; Minecraft and Lego for DRR; Innovation for resilience; Managing a three-year emergency; Setting fire to buildings; Helping those displaced by Boko Haram

R&D: Humans first in the digital age; Situational awareness; Drones and public safety

Regulars: Events; Frontline