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Disaster Response and Homeland Security: What Works, What Doesn't

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Zusatztext "Miskel has produced an essential! topical! informative! concise! highly readable work that masterfully conveys in eight tightly reasoned chapters policy! political! historical! and sociological facts about disaster response in this era of homeland security. His treatise reflects his considerable academic expertise! his objectivity! and his insider experience. He has managed to lucidly explain the co-evolution of disaster management and terrorism policy in a way that a broad cross section of readers will appreciate." Informationen zum Autor James F. Miskel is a consultant for the defense consulting firm Alidade Inc. Until 2005 he served for 12 years as Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval War College, where he still teaches online courses in the graduate degree program. During the Reagan and (first) Bush Administrations he served on the National Security Council. Klappentext James F. Miskel is a consultant for the defense consulting firm Alidade Inc. Until 2005 he served for 12 years as Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval War College, where he still teaches online courses in the graduate degree program. During the Reagan and (first) Bush Administrations he served on the National Security Council. Zusammenfassung Examines the effects that operational failures after Hurricanes Agnes, Hugo, Andrew, and Katrina have had on the organizational design and operating principles of the disaster response system program, as well as the impact of 9/11 and the evolving role of the military.

"Miskel has produced an essential, topical, informative, concise, highly readable work that masterfully conveys in eight tightly reasoned chapters policy, political, historical, and sociological facts about disaster response in this era of homeland security. His treatise reflects his considerable academic expertise, his objectivity, and his insider experience. He has managed to lucidly explain the co-evolution of disaster management and terrorism policy in a way that a broad cross section of readers will appreciate."

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James F. Miskel is a consultant for the defense consulting firm Alidade Inc. Until 2005 he served for 12 years as Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval War College, where he still teaches online courses in the graduate degree program. During the Reagan and (first) Bush Administrations he served on the National Security Council.



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Examines the effects that operational failures after Hurricanes Agnes, Hugo, Andrew, and Katrina have had on the organizational design and operating principles of the disaster response system program, as well as the impact of 9/11 and the evolving role of the military.

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Titre: Disaster Response and Homeland Security: What Works, What Doesn't
Sous-titre: What Works, What Doesn''t
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Code EAN: 9780804759724
ISBN: 978-0-8047-5972-4
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Stanford Security Studies
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 162
Poids: 268g
Taille: H233mm x B163mm x T11mm
Année: 2008