Volume VIII

Volume VIII

The Next Meltdown? Responding to a Nuclear Accident in the Developing World

As the twenty-first century begins, an increasing number of developing nations are aggressively pursuing the use of nuclear power as a source of electricity. Much attention within the international security community has been placed on the growth of reactors within the context of nuclear weapons development and nuclear terrorism.

By James Higgins

The All Needs Approach to Emergency Response

For decades, emergency planners have operated either under an approach termed “all hazards,” focusing on the commonalities of catastrophes, or under scenario-specific planning rubrics that aligned actions with the particular cause of the disaster.

By Donald A. Donahue, Stephen O. Cunnion, Carey D. Balaban, and Ken Sochats

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