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This section presents a list of reference articles and books that occur in the book titled Civil-Military Cooperation in Response to a Complex Emergency. Civil agencies now constitute the major response element. Human rights groups and diplomatic offices identify the early symptoms of a complex emergency and use a variety of conflict prevention and peace maintenance strategies. These agencies often attempt resolution some time before the situation attracts the attention of the international media and any form of wider political, emergency, and military response. A peace support operation takes place in environments populated by multiple civilian institutions, humanitarian organisations, and a challenging array of issues not precisely ?military? in nature. This has increased the importance of managing the civil-military interface, particularly that between the military and the humanitarian community.

Keywords: civil-military cooperation; human rights; humanitarian community



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