U.S. Foreign Policy and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Humanitarian Relief in Complex Emergencies

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Index
Accountability: recommendations to improve UN, 103-104; reform to force, 87; in UN agencies, 81-82, 85
Advocacy groups, 63-64
Africa: drought in southern Africa ( 1992), 49-50, 7; role of UN World Food Program in drought ( 1992-1993), 88
Africare, 64
Agreements: OFDA role in negotiating, 36, 95; UN negotiation of, 94-95
Aideed, Mohamed Farah, 9, 146
Angola: protocol for access by humanitarian agencies ( 1990), 39-40; role of UN in field coordination, 89
Army War College, 112
Association of Evangelical Relief and Development Organizations (AERDO), 65
Atwood, Brian, 43, 61, 141
Boothby, Neil, 163-164
Bosnia: threat of civil war in, 25-26; U.S. geopolitical and geostrategic interest in, 136; use of Powell Doctrine in, 122; withdrawal from Yugoslavia, 17
Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, 96-97, 145-146
Brinton, Crane, 4
Buchanan, Pat, 31
Bush, George: resistance to military commitment to Bosnia, 136; role in prosecution of Persian Gulf War, 25; sending U.S. troops to Somalia, 52, 57; use of military, 134- 135; using UN as platform to marshal commitment, 120
Bush administration: action in African drought, 49-50; disaster assistance during, 46, 47; pressure on UN to reform, 96-97; response to Somali famine, 132; use of UN during Persian Gulf War, 78
CARE, 62, 65, 67
Catholic Relief Services (CRS), 65
Chaos argument, 5-6
Christian Children's Fund, 67
Church World Service, 65, 67
Civil Military Operations Center (CMOC), 36-37
Clinton administration: attention to emergency response apparatus, 53-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword xiii
  • About the Author xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Introduction xix
  • 1 - Anatomy of a Complex Humanitarian Emergency 1
  • 2 - Complex Humanitarian Emergencies and the U.S. National Interest 19
  • 3 - The Bureaucratic Politics of Disasters 33
  • 4 - Nongovernmental Organizations 56
  • 5 - The United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross 76
  • 6 - The U.S. Military and Complex Humanitarian Emergencies 105
  • 7 - The Policy Influence of the News Media 124
  • 8 - On Strategy 140
  • Conclusion: The Problem of Political Will 169
  • Notes 173
  • Bibliography 180
  • Index 185
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