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Armed humanitarians

the rise of the nation builders

by Nathan Hodge

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Published by Bloomsbury in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementNathan Hodge
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJZ6369 .H63 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24383662M
ISBN 10160819017X
ISBN 109781608190171
LC Control Number2010025752
OCLC/WorldCa635479854

‘This book gets to the heart of the often impossible moral dilemmas and persistent ethical problems which confront, challenge and haunt humanitarians. As the sector professionalises and bureaucratises, it will help aid workers, managers and leaders to understand why principles matter more than ever and how they can be used to make better choices. His new book on ‘Humanitarian Negotiations with Armed Groups: The Frontline of Diplomacy’ unpacks complex negotiation dynamics in Myanmar and in Yemen. Ashley’s new book is an important contribution to the academic literature on humanitarian negotiation. In this interview, we asked him to elaborate on his findings and lessons learned.

Armed Humanitarians: The Rise of the Nation Builders Nathan Hodge; Bloomsbury, Click here to read a review: Empire of Humanity: A History of Humanitarianism Michael Barnett; Cornell University Press, Click here to read a review: Humanitarian Intervention: A History Brendan Simms; Cambridge University Press, Click here to read a.   The book is set up in two parts, where the first half is a series of essays recounting Kristof and WuDunn’s research regarding the oppression of women in (mostly) the developing countries of the world, and the second is a call for action – complete with steps to .

Published today, Armed Humanitarians is a fascinating portrait of the hybrid soldier-diplomat-aid worker in all his complexity, and a critical look at what his ascendancy means for a military. CSIS hosted a book event for Armed Humanitarians: The Rise of the Nation Builders by Nathan Hodge Author and Staff Writer, The Wall Street Journal Moderated by Mark Quarterman Senior Adviser and Director, CSIS Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation (C3) A reception will begin at p.m. with light refreshments and snacks. The event will begin at p.m. Books will be available for.


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In less than a decade, foreign assistance has become militarized; humanitarianism has been ing recent history and firsthand reporting, Armed Humanitarians traces how the concepts of nation-building came into vogue, and how, evangelized through think tanks, government seminars, and the press, this new doctrine took root inside the Pentagon and the State Department.

Following this extraordinary experiment in armed social work Pages: Since the end of the Cold War, the U.S. military has found itself embroiled in many "operations other than war." Most controversial of these have been humanitarian interventions, which often lacked a clear majority of either elite or public support.

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A critique of the United States's foreign policy and its experiment in armed nation-building traces the development and shortfalls of current theories about stability operations, militarized foreign assistance, and armed humanitarianism.

This brings us to the forthcoming book Armed Humanitarians: The Rise of the Nation Builders by Nathan Hodge, due out on Feb. For years he blogged on Wired magazine's well known Danger Room blog and now reports on the defense industry for the Wall Street Journal.

In less than a decade, foreign assistance has become militarized; humanitarianism has been ing recent history and firsthand reporting, Armed Humanitarians traces how the concepts of nation-building came into vogue, and how, evangelized through think tanks, government seminars, and the press, this new doctrine took root inside the.

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Our failure prompted a fundamental change in our foreign policy. Humanitarians operate on the frontlines of today’s armed conflicts, where they regularly negotiate to provide assistance and to protect vulnerable civilians. This book explores this unique and under-researched field of humanitarian negotiation.

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